Bancontact CASH points: a new network of ATMs
- Withdraw cash in shopping centres, hospitality outlets, public transport premises, etc.
- Better distribution of ATMs (including in areas with no bank branches)
- Supported by the big 4 Belgian banks
Why use a Bancontact CASH point?
More and more people are making digital payments because they’re quick and secure. However, if cash remains an important payment method for you, you’ll be pleased to hear that you can now also withdraw money from Bancontact CASH points. This brand new network of ATMs is supported by Belfius, BNP Paribas Fortis, ING and KBC. It will be rolled out in phases and fully installed by 2024. The ATMs are located where demand for cash is high, such as in shopping centres, places with many hospitality outlets or public transport premises.
Some additional info on Bancontact CASH points
They are easily identifiable by their black, yellow and blue colour scheme and their Bancontact and CASH logos.
You can do the same at a Bancontact CASH point as you can at one of our ATMs.
- Withdraw cash
- All Bancontact CASH points
- 20 and 50 euro banknotes available from all CASH points, 5 and 100 euro banknotes available from some CASH points
- Limits are the same as at KBC ATMs:
A standard 650 euros/day and 2 500 euros/week
A maximum of 2 500 euros/day and 10 000 euros/week
- Charges: see rates & charges
- Deposit cash
- All Bancontact CASH IN/OUT points
- All euro banknotes
- Unsorted banknotes accepted
- Amount is deposited into the account linked to your card
- Deposits also possible with the KBC Limited Card
- Free of charge for all KBC card holders
- Change your PIN
- Check your balance
All KBC customers can use Bancontact CASH points. They are very well designed, user-friendly and are also equipped with a voice guidance system to ensure that the visually impaired can carry out the full range of transactions too.
You can find Bancontact CASH points in the secure lobbies of buildings, in building walls and in kiosks. All locations meet strict security standards.
The new network is just as safe to use as the network of KBC ATMs, thanks to the cameras, alarm systems and other security measures in place.