A trip abroad isn’t cheap, but a lack of planning can swallow up even more of our hard-earned cash. From overpriced flight extras to buying travel money at the airport, these pricey pitfalls can taint that holiday feeling. Here we reveal the classic traps to be wary of so you can save your currency for the fun stuff.
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UK tourists using a Mastercard prepaid travel debit card will now only be able to pay holiday money in local currency.
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