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Asda Money to launch currency sale

Written by: Paloma Kubiak
Holidaymakers planning their Christmas getaway may be able to bag a better rate on their currency from tomorrow.

From 8am Tuesday 12 December to 8am Friday 15 December, Asda Money will run a sale on all currencies.

This includes the Euro, US dollar, Swiss franc, Croation Kuna and Mexican peso.

The sale will be online only and customers can pick up their currency from Asda Travel Money bureau for free.

Free delivery of currency is available on orders over £500, otherwise for orders between £50 and £499.99 it’s £3.95.

Anyone with an Asda Money Currency Card can also take part in the sale.

Once the sale launches, compare Asda’s offering with other foreign exchange bureaux, and factor in all fees to make sure you get an all-in price.

See’s guide on other ways to bag the best deal on foreign currency.

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