HolaBank cards and payment technology offer peerless convenience this shopping season

If you are spending time in Spain over the holiday period, you will find HolaBank’s cards come in handy for paying for gifts, and taking care of all festive expenses.

HolaBank does everything with the needs of foreign clients foremost in mind, and offer credit and debit cards that are well suited to the needs of expats and second-home owners.

Take the HolaBank Visa credit card, for example. As an HolaBank Living Solutions account holder, clients get two cards free of charge with no minimum spending limit for the account holder and another family member. So even if you don’t visit Spain for a while, and spend nothing on your card, you don’t get hit with any maintenance charges.

Another advantage of HolaBank cards is the CaixaBank Protect safety cover for all card holders to protect you against fraud both on and offline, so you never have to worry about your credit card details being stolen and used by others.

HolaBank also offer a credit card with maximum flexibility, and a card with a flexible payment arrangement where you decide how much to pay back each month, in convenient installments that suit you.

HolaBank is part of CaixaBank – one of the leading banks in Spain – and a big investor in technology to make life easier for customers. With HolaBank you are part of the biggest installed base of contactless payment cards in Spain, and can also make payments with Apps for iPhones and Android, and even smart accessories like payment bracelets as if you were wearing a card on your wrist.

HolaBank is specifically organised around the needs of expats and second-home owners from abroad, offering products and services tailored to their needs in English and other languages. Visit the HolaBank Cards webpage for more information.

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