Luminor payment cards

Luminor payment cards – find yours

Luminor payment cards – find yours

  • Pay with your smart phone or watch
  • Transfer euros without limits
  • Discover perks and extras that suit your lifestyle

Choose your go-to payment card

Luminor Debit
2 EUR/month
The basics covered
♦ Free Euro transfers
♦ Free cash‑out: EUR 600 per month at Luminor, Medus, and ATMs*;
♦ Extra: Safety+
Luminor Black
5.5 EUR/month
The new standard
No fee for 3 months**
♦ Free Euro transfers
♦ Free cash‑out: EUR 1200 per month*** at Luminor ATMs and EUR 400 per month at other banks*
♦ Free travel insurance
♦ Free purchase insurance
♦ Extra: Safety+, Priority Pass, credit limit
Luminor Infinite
20 EUR/month
The premium choice
♦ Customised service
♦ Wide variety of investment solutions
♦ Tailored advice from industry‑leading banking experts
♦ Free travel insurance
♦ Free purchase insurance
If you don't have accounts in other financial institutions in Lithuania, Luminor Debit card is available as part of the Basic Payment Account Service – read about the conditions.

The bank cards with modern must-haves

Contactless payments

Available for all Luminor cards. Add yours to the Apple Wallet, Google Pay, and more.

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Added safety

For extra peace of mind about your card payments, apply for the Safety+ insurance service.

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Kids’ account

Manage family finances and teach your kids about spending and saving.

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For those who travel

Luminor Black comes with insurance and the bonus option to join Priority Pass.

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Turn a new page with a new card

*Certain ATMs abroad may impose an ATM fee, notifying about it on the ATM screen. To withdraw money without a commission fee, please use another ATM network.
**5.50 EUR/month, with the first three calendar months 0 EUR/month (the first free calendar month is the month when the package is activated). Offer valid for new Luminor Black cards activated by 2022 12 31 or until revoked.
*** The new limit will take effect from 2022 11 01 with changes in the price list.

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