Ultra-LOw Fees.
no hidden surprIses.
At Change, we believe in being transparent in everything we do to help you build wealth.

This model lets you wave goodbye to complicated pricing structures with hidden and high fees. We earn our compensation only from spreads and upfront, overnight fees — among the industry's smallest.
Get the least types of fees when trading with Change
Spread
Overnight
fee
Currency
conversion
rate
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0.5%
0.5%
0.5%
up to 0.7 %
0.0001%
Deposit fee
-
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0.7% after €2000 cumulative via cards, Google Pay, Apple Pay & other
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-
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Withdrawal fee
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$5
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€10
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Bank transfer 0.5% min 2 EUR, max 10 EUR Credit/debit card 1 EUR
Inactivity fee
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$10/month
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up to €10
$10/month
$5/month
Why “zero fees” from other brokerages is a marketing trick
Let's talk openly about the buzz surrounding "commission-free" claims made by brokerages. While 0% may sound fantastic, the truth is that trading platforms as businesses still need to generate revenue.

Whether a trader makes a profit or loses money on their margin trades, the brokerage will still earn a commission. Moreover, fees can be charged in different ways, such as on deposits, currency conversions, inactivity, account management and withdrawals. These fees may not be immediately noticeable, but when you consider the bigger picture, you end up with less than anticipated.
Why trading with Change is a great idea
Unlike other trading platforms, Change offers simple and straightforward pricing. There’s no charge for deposits or withdrawals, including those made with cards. Change also has one of the lowest minimum deposit (€10) and withdrawal (€5) limits in the industry. There are no additional fees for inactivity or account management, and we don't impose charges for currency conversion. In fact, we only have two types of charges: spread and overnight fee.
The fees we charge at Change
When you trade CFDs, you'll come across something called spread. These fees are important to be aware of as they affect the price of the asset you're trading. The spread is the difference between the Buy and Sell prices of a certain asset. Essentially, the asset price you see is slightly higher than its actual market value at the moment if you're buying, or lower if you're selling.

Spread fees are present on all trading platforms, and they can vary depending on what you're trading and even the time of day. This variation is influenced by market liquidity and volatility, which refers to the number of people trading that particular asset at any given time. The good news, however, is that our spreads are among the most affordable in the industry. You can check the average spread for every CFD instrument within a predefined period of time on our Contracts Specifications page.
An overnight fee is charged when you keep a trading position open overnight. At around 23:59 GMT+2 each day, the swap fee is either credited to or withdrawn from your trading account until you close the position. The swap fee amount is tripled on Wednesdays or Fridays, depending on the asset. Why? It's meant to compensate for the upcoming weekend when no swap fees are charged.

The exact amount of the swap fee depends on the market's interest rates. These rates can change over time, so keeping an eye on them is a good idea. However, it's worth noting that the overnight swap fees at Change are comparatively low.
Numbers speak for themselves
Сhange spread v. other brokers
Oil CFD
Buy price
$77.24
$77.08
$77.15
$77.14
$77.14
$77.14
Oil CFD
Sell price
$77.20
$77.04
$77.11
$77.11
$77.12
$77.13
Spread
$0.04
$0.04
$0.04
$0.03
$0.02
$0.01
To compare the spread of different trading platforms, we conducted an experiment on June 7, 2023, at 14:08 EET. In this experiment, we simultaneously opened and closed margin trades on Brent Oil on various platforms. We were pleased to find that Change had a tight and competitive spread, similar to other reputable brokers in the market.
Start trading today with ultra-low fees.
Deposits start from €10.
CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 60% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.