Travel Money

Travel Travel Money

The smart way to pay for travel and more

AAA MemberPay Card 
Keep purchases secure and financial information private with the AAA MemberPay Visa® Prepaid Card. A chip-enabled payment solution that delivers all-around protection, MemberPay isn’t linked to primary bank and credit accounts, limiting exposure to potential fraud.

It’s the smart choice for budgeting funds, travel spending, making online payments and sharing funds with family. With so many easy ways to manage and reload MemberPay, it can go anywhere you go. 

AAA MemberPay Visa® Prepaid Card

Cardholders load the amount of cash they want to spend and replenish funds when necessary. MemberPay offers up to two companion cards and can be used as a financial solution for the whole family.

Card issued by MetaBank®, Member FDIC, pursuant to a license from Visa® U.S.A. Inc. Terms and conditions apply. Card can be used where Visa debit cards are accepted.  Available online and at AAA branch offices.

Visa Gift Card

Visa Gift Card is a prepaid Visa debit card and can be used everywhere Visa debit cards are accepted in the U.S. and U.S. Territories. You choose the Value! $10-$500. There is no cash access. Purchase fee applies. Available at AAA branch office locations

Customer Service Information
For any questions, please view the FAQ section or call cardholder customer service at 1-866-674-9621.

 

TipPaks® of Foreign Currency
 

  • Have a small amount of Euro, Canadian or British Pound currency in hand before you land.
  • Convenient for tips, snacks, cab, and bus fares when you first arrive at your destination
  • Available at AAA branch office locations. Please call in advance to determine availability and denominations (not available for purchase online or by phone).

Foreign Currency Banknotes provided by Wells Fargo Foreign Exchange
  

Before you travel, purchase foreign currency so you'll be prepared for taxis, tips, and other small purchases. Best of all, you may be able to avoid long lines, high fees, and unfavorable exchange rates that you might encounter when you arrive at your destination.

Traveler feedback suggests taking the U.S. dollar equivalent of $50 to $100 in foreign currency per person, per day to meet incidental expenses. In certain developing nations, debit and credit cards are not widely accepted so you may need to take more foreign currency with you.

Disclaimer: All currencies are sold based upon availability. Special requests for minor and exotic currencies may require additional time to deliver due to limited availability.

Important Notice: The exchange rate used for transactions may vary from other exchange rates in existence globally.