Where will your travels take you this autumn and winter?
Are you working in the Eurozone, skiing in Canada, holidaying in South Africa or New Zealand? Are you taking in the Disney attractions or a pre-Christmas shopping trip in the USA?
Wherever you intend to travel please take a moment to make travel money comparisons on a live, respected website like travelmoneyrates.com that presents you with accurate data and asks for just a small amount of information input. The full range of travel money comparison High Street agents, banks, online and supermarket suppliers are detailed in one place. Convenient. Quick. Invaluable.
You could be costing yourself money by using High Street banks and agents and a greater amount if you purchase currency at an airport. There are better deals available, it’s a matter of knowing where they are. A holiday money comparison website is your perfect solution.
As Travel Money Rates has noted in their blog, the US Dollar is on a weakening trend. This is excellent news for UK travellers because every dollar in your pocket goes further. Add the benefits of travel money comparison which ensures you get the best deal and your US based holiday or business travel spending is less than imagined.
Two wise minutes spent fact finding prior to travel could mean you can afford an upgrade on car hire, an extra souvenir, to dine at a renowned restaurant. Surely you don’t want money which you could spend yourself being lost in the profit columns of travel money suppliers?
Holiday money comparison examples taken from Travelmoneyrates.com on 30th August 2017:
£300 in to US Dollars on a delivery service.
The best deal: The Currency Club, a 5* rated supplier. Rate $1.2711 to £1. Free delivery.
The least desirable deals: HSBC, a 2* rated supplier. Rate: $1.2341 to £1. Free delivery.
Fair FX, a 5* rated supplier. Rate $1.2600 to £1. £7.50 delivery charge.
Travel money compared – Saving of $12.78.
£500 in to South African Rand on a collection service. Travelmoneyrates.com 30th August 2017.
The best deal: Sterling, a 5* rated supplier. Rate 16.508 to £1.
The least desirable deal: HSBC, a 2* rated supplier. Rate: 15.643 to £1.
Travel money compared – Saving of R432.49. That’s dinner for two people at a city restaurant with wine. (A popular fast food meal is R58.)
]£750 in to Canadian Dollars on a collection service. Travelmoneyrates.com 30th August 2017.
The best deal: Ace FX, a 5* rated supplier. Rate CAD 1.596 to £1.
The least desirable deal: HSBC, a 2* rated supplier. Rate: CAD 1.538 to £1.
The Post Office Money travel money comparison High Street rate was CAD 1.558 to £1.
This equalled CAD 1168.28.
How many customers would have unwittingly given themselves a poorer deal on the High Street thanks to laziness, loyalty or lack of planning?
Knowledge is power and whether you’re chasing the sun, skiing on snowy mountains or working from European offices, ensure that your money works harder for you.