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Debenhams to launch currency sale and offers £5 shopping voucher

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Written by: Paloma Kubiak
23/03/2018
Debenhams Personal Finance will launch a currency sale this weekend in time for Easter getaways.

It will launch a sale on all currencies, including euros, US dollars, Mexican pesos, Swiss franc and Thai baht, from Sunday 25 March until Tuesday 27 March.

The currency sale will be both online and in-store at Debenhams travel bureaux (there are more than 100 across the country) and anyone with a Debenhams credit card will receive preferential rates, it confirmed.

Further, travellers exchanging more than £50 in store will receive a £5 off £20 spend voucher. However, the voucher is only valid on the day of issue and it can only be used in-store, not online. It’s one voucher per person per week and some exclusions apply so check before you make a purchase.

Debenhams also offers a 20% top up on any leftover currency when the amount is loaded onto a gift card.

As with any currency sale, it’s worth comparing the rates at other travel bureaux first to see if you’re getting the best rate, although the £5 off £20 spend voucher is an enticing offer for holidaymakers.

 See YourMoney.com’s How to bag the best deal on your foreign currency for more information.

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