The popular holiday destinations where Britons will get ‘more for their money’ in 2023

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Airport currency exchange outlets are often more expensive than changing currency beforehand.

However, as many retailers in the UK and abroad are no longer taking cash, it could be a good idea to get a currency card.

Jack said: “A prepaid currency card can help to take travel money further, offering a competitive exchange rate and helping travellers to avoid transaction fees for purchases made abroad.

“With a free FairFX multi-currency card, travellers can also earn up to 3.5 percent cashback at some of the UK’s top high street retailers.”



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