To understand the fees for a specific transfer, you can always plug the amount you're sending into our pricing calculator. But if you’d like to learn about our general fee structure when it comes to sending, converting, and spending, read on.
1. Fees for sending money
2. Fees for borderless account
3. Fees for TransferWise debit Mastercard
We always take fees from the amount you send一 so your recipient won’t pay for your transfer. There are two types of fees for sending money: the TransferWise fee, and a possible extra fee for certain payment methods. The extra fee depends on the currency you're sending.
The TransferWise fee
Our mission is to make sending money internationally as cheap as possible. To do that, we recently rolled out the new TransferWise fee for transfers from GBP, USD, EUR, AUD, and other currencies, too.
When sending money from GBP, EUR, and other European currencies, the TransferWise fee varies based on the type of transfer you choose. Read more about the three types of transfers we offer.
The fee for other routes
Eventually, the percentage fee + flat transaction fee structure will be in place for every currency we offer. But until then, some transfers still have a higher percentage fee or a minimum fee instead of the flat transaction fee. You can always use the pricing calculator to see how these fee changes work for your specific transfer.
Here are some examples of the TransferWise fee for different transfers.
|Your transfer||TransferWise fee|
|GBP ➡ USD||0.4% + £ 0.80 flat transaction fee|
|USD ➡ INR||0.65% + $ 1.00 flat transaction fee|
|DKK ➡ EUR||0.35% + kr 4 flat transaction fee|
TransferWise borderless accounts are free, with no fees to subscribe, add and receive money, or get international bank details. There are low, transparent fees for converting currencies in and out of your account.
You can learn all the details on borderless fees here, or read on for an overview.
There’s a small fee to convert between currencies that you already hold in your borderless account. Our conversion fees are the same as those for sending money, but without a minimum fee.
You can find a full list of all our conversion fees here.
Withdrawing money to your bank account
There's a flat transaction fee to move money from your borderless account back into your bank account. For example, it's 50p in the UK and €0.60 in the Eurozone.
There's a lot you can do with your TransferWise debit card for free, and transparent fees for spending in currencies you don't have in your account.
Getting your card
Getting your card and ordering a replacement is free, just sign up and we’ll send one your way.
Spending with your card
- If you have the currency in your account, it's free!
- If you don't have the currency in your account, there's a conversion fee, typically between 0.35% - 2.5%.
- If we don't support the currency, we'll use the Mastercard rate. You can find a list of supported currencies here.
Withdrawing cash from an ATM
Withdrawing money from ATMs is free up to £200 a month, with a 2% fee afterwards.