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  • Take the right kind of credit card on holiday with you

    Using a credit card abroad isn't a bad idea, as long as you're packing the right kind of plastic. We show you how.

    Mark Hooson

    Updated: 19 May 2015

  • Beat the top 10 holiday money mistakes

    Overseas holidays are expensive enough without adding to the cost unnecessarily.

    Naomi Caine

    Updated: 23 June 2014

  • Should you use a prepaid or credit card on holiday?

    Prepaid cards are packaged up as a great option for your overseas holiday spending - simply load the card with cash and you're good to go (with the added reassurance you won't

    Les Roberts

    Updated: 30 May 2014

  • 5 ways to make your holiday currency go further

    This year's Easter sunshine breaks are now cheaper than they were 12 months ago - especially if you stay within Europe.

    Jessica Bown

    Updated: 03 April 2014

  • Paying by card on holiday? Take the right plastic

    A growing number of British holidaymakers are choosing to pay by plastic when they're abroad, according to new research, primarily because it's convenient.

    Les Roberts

    Updated: 28 June 2013

  • Top 10 traps that will blow your holiday budget

    Holiday season is well underway, but if you still haven't booked your getaway you may be on the lookout for a last-minute bargain.

    Clare Walsh

    Updated: 07 June 2013

  • Act now to beat the falling pound

    Sterling is starting to shed its value following the loss of the UK's 'AAA' credit rating, which means now could be the time to buy your holiday currency if you want to get th

    Mark Hooson

    Updated: 25 February 2013

  • Make the most of your travel money

    Hundreds of thousands of holidaymakers will head off overseas in the next few weeks, but a bit of forward planning can ensure you have much more spending money to enjoy.

    Melanie Wright

    Updated: 27 July 2012

  • Should you buy your euros now?

    The escalating crisis in the eurozone has resulted in the pound going from strength to strength, with it recently hitting a three and a half year high against the euro.

    Clare Walsh

    Updated: 24 May 2012

  • What does the eurozone crisis mean for you?

    Economic turmoil in Europe has caused stock markets to plummet, the pound to strengthen against the euro and widespread alarm for those with savings, investments and overseas

    Melanie Wright

    Updated: 16 May 2012

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