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Asda Money launches three-day currency sale

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Holidaymakers looking to take advantage of some sun this festive period may be able to get a better deal on their currency.  

Asda Money is offering a three-day currency sale ahead of the festive period.

The sale starts on Tuesday 6 December at 8am and runs until Friday 9 December 8am.

The retailer will offer discounts on all currencies, including the following popular currencies:

  • Euro
  • US Dollar
  • Turkish Lira
  • Croatian Kuna
  • Mexican Peso

The rate sale will be online and in-store and customers can pick up their currency from a local Asda Travel Money bureau for free. Home delivery is free on orders over £500 (for orders from £50 to £499.99 Asda will deliver for just £3.95).

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