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We're travelling to France at half term and are going to need to spend some money whilst there.So whats the most economical way of taking euros?I have a Nationwide visa/flex account which would work and I think not cost too much extra but wasn't sure. Am still trying to find out.A Post Office Travel Money Card has been recommended but it costs £2 per transaction I think.Does anyone have any advice? I don't really want to carry around a lot of cash if I can help it.TIA
Just use your debit card
If you have a Nationwide account they are the only UK bank not to charge outrageous commission for using a foreign cash machine.Take your card and use cash machines as if you were in the UK.
Thank you. I know they have started charging this July for Cash machines but as you say it does seem less than else where.Thank you
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