Pound falls after election result - should you buy euros or dollars now?
The pound has dropped sharply following yesterday's general election, as a hung Parliament causes uncertainty
9 June 2017
Buy currency now? Book car hire early? 14 holiday cost-cutting tips
Let's be blunt – it's more expensive to go abroad now. So here are 14 holiday cost-cutting tips...
18 January 2017
Supercards temporarily unavailable to new customers – but other travel cards offer comparable rates
Travelex's Supercard is currently unavailable to new customers due to an
12 December 2016
'Should I buy my holiday money now?'
10 need-to-knows about buying euros, dollars etc after Brexit vote
6 July 2016
EU vote registration deadline extended until Thursday night after website crashes
David Cameron has urged people to continue registering to vote after technical problems meant some missed the deadline
8 June 2016
EU referendum – one week to register to vote
EU referendum – one week to register to vote
31 May 2016
The 10 travel must-knows before you go
The great jet-away has started so I've compiled a list of need to knows to get the maximum bang for your bucks
30 July 2015
The pound hits an eight year high buying €1.43 – here's how you get that rate
Tourist rates can be rubbish, so here are our top 10 tips to max your rate
21 July 2015
25 travel tricks to hack holiday costs
From free euros to secret hotels, cutting baggage costs and free sat navs
15 July 2015
Urgent: Get £10 boost on top of record euro rate
The euro rate's at a seven-year high as £1 buys €1.41 and you can do even better
8 July 2015
Beat April price hikes
Martin's 11 must-do NOWs
Superfast fibre '£18/month'
Broadband hikes are coming
15GB data Sim for '£5/month'
Or '£9/month' for 100GB
Tesco Clubcard triple-up axed
3 months left to max gains
FREE £50 investment
'Got a Power of Attorney?'
'It's probably more important than a will'
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