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Asda Money currency sale on euro, dollar and dirham now on

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Written by: Paloma Kubiak
01/02/2016
Holidaymakers heading to Europe, the US and Dubai will able to bag competitive rates on their currency with Asda Money’s first travel money sale of the year tomorrow.

From 8am on Tuesday 2 February until 8am on Friday 5 February, Asda Money claims it will be offering “even better rates on top currencies”.

The sale rates will apply to the following currencies:

  • Euro
  • US dollar
  • Canadian dollar
  • Swiss franc
  • Bulgarian lev
  • UAE dirham

Customers can order their travel money online or over the phone (the sale rates don’t apply at in-store bureaux) and can pick it up for free from 137 locations including any of 122 Asda Money Travel Bureaux nationwide.

People who order £500 or more online or over the phone can have the money delivered to their door and delivery for orders under this amount cost £3.95.

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