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Many people will leave obtaining foreign currency until the last moment and arrange it at the airport. This is not a good idea as rates will often be high. You can therefore take a lot of stress away by organising your money abroad well in advance!

Check out these suggestions to help your finances go further when travelling and remember the phrase “Perfect Planning Prevents Pathetic Performance”

Travel Agent FX

Most travel agents have a foreign exchange (FX) bureau and will stock all the most popular currencies as well as be able to order in some of the more unusual ones. Rates are normally excellent with service and trust assured.
Many agents also now offer a click-and-collect facility plus special deals on changing your money back when you return. So my currency tip – visit your online or high street travel agency! 


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Revolut Card

Both myself and over 12 million others have a Revolut card. I use it daily on every trip that I take abroad as quite simply it saves me money on exchange rates and has an app that makes managing my finances so easy.

I also use it as a holiday fund account which I add to monthly – then when it’s time to travel, you have that pot of cash ready to spend on all those experiences you promised yourself.

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Airport Extras

Before any trip ensure you have pre-booked Car Hire, Visas and Airport Extras.

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