EasyJet Euro Currency Card Reviews

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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...

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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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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!!

Reviewed on 21st September 2019
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John parkinson

Great company

Low cost company and very good .

Reviewed on 8th November 2017
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Sara Rosa

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... Read more

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.

Reviewed on 24th December 2016
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Paul Ashleigh