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Importance of Cash

Now, most of us will be taking our ‘credit or debit card’ on holiday to pay for most of the expenses we will incur whilst enjoying ourselves abroad, but is your debit/credit card really your friend when you go on holiday overseas, or will ordering your Travel Money before you go save you time and money? It’s one of those decisions ahead of every holiday whether to buy travel money or simply use a credit or debit card while abroad. Many travellers will choose a combination of the two for their holiday money, covering all bases, but before deciding, it’s important to think about what you’ll be spending travel money on while understanding the potential pitfalls of using either your credit or debit card. Consumer Focus chief executive Mike O'Connor said: “Individuals buy holiday money infrequently and so may not shop around much or may just stick with the same supplier. “A cocktail of confusing charges and poor transparency means collectively we are losing out in a big way.”

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