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Asda Money launches two-day currency sale

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05/04/2017
Holidaymakers jetting off on an Easter break will be able to bag a better rate on their travel money with Asda Money’s currency sale launching today.

The Easter sale lasts from 8am today (5 April) to 8am on 7 April and offers deals on all currencies including the euro, US dollar, Turkish lira, Croatian kuna and Mexican peso.

Customers can order their travel currency online or over the phone and can pick it up from their local Travel Money bureau for free.

If they order over £500, Asda will deliver their holiday money free to their door. Delivery for orders under this amount cost £3.95.

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