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EasyJet Euro Currency Card Reviews

Ratings based on 3 reviews Last review 1 month ago

Looking for a prepaid card for travelling? Read our community easyJet reviews to see what using the card is really like. Whether you're using the card for a week in Spain, or for a round the world adventure, our reviews will help you decide on the...

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Looking for a prepaid card for travelling? Read our community easyJet reviews to see what using the card is really like. Whether you're using the card for a week in Spain, or for a round the world adventure, our reviews will help you decide on the best prepaid card for your needs. Already have a easyJet Euro Currency Card? Write a review of your own and share your experiences of using the card.

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Your Euro Currency Card Reviews (3)

21st September 2019

Not Bothered

Had eayjet currency card for many years and always good,BUT,have been unable to load my card for 5 days now and when ring to find out why the staff are no-use whatsoever and to be frank do not seem to care. Only advice was to load my post office card!!

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Had eayjet currency card for many years and always good,BUT,have been unable to load my card for 5 days now and when ring to find out why the staff are no-use whatsoever and to be frank do not seem to care.
Only advice was to load my post office card!!

24th December 2016

Easyet are the go to people for cheap travel

Low-cost carrier easyJet (U2) is the United Kingdom's largest airline. Headquartered at London Luton Airport (LTN), easyJet flies to 32 countries across Europe, Africa and Asia using a point-to-point route model. All of the airline's aircraft are...

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Low-cost carrier easyJet (U2) is the United Kingdom's largest airline. Headquartered at London Luton Airport (LTN), easyJet flies to 32 countries across Europe, Africa and Asia using a point-to-point route model. All of the airline's aircraft are configured with single-cabin Economy Class seating. EasyJet keeps airfares low by offering few complimentary services, and passengers must purchase both food and beverages while onboard.