Post Office cut travel money costs

Published on 1 January 1970 by Raffick Marday

Post Office cut travel money costs
People with a Post Office credit card won't have to pay a cash advance fee when purchasing foreign currency from the Post Office.

Whether they get their holiday money online or in branch, the usual 2.5 per cent fee will now be waived.

This is an extra bonus for holidaymakers with Post Office credit cards, on top of the fact that they won’t be charged any commission for overseas purchases.

The Post Office's Head of Cards, Az Alibhai, commented that "with many people still feeling the pinch this will give them a bit of extra cash in their pockets to enjoy on holiday."

People heading on holiday can also find the 29 best-selling currencies available on demand at over 1,600 larger Post Offices.

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