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a Chip & PIN card vs regular credit card for Ireland

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I am traveling to Ireland in May and plan on using a credit card and my debit card for most purchases. My bank offers something called a chip and pin card, which they call a cash passport card. They stated that some places in Europe have trouble reading the magnetic strip on the back of the credit card and that card is a better option. Has anyone used one of these chip and pin cards?

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