(PRWeb UK) February 8, 2011
ABTA’s Travel Trends 2011 report has highlighted that value for money is likely to remain a major factor for UK holidaymakers throughout 2011.
However, the report also reveals that travel (or is it holidays) is still seen as essential by most would-be holidaymakers who will be making sure their travel cash goes as far as possible through seeking out the best deals on foreign currency and by using their travel credit cards wisely.
Post Office Travel Credit Card advise that people looking to make the most of their holiday money should avoid additional travel credit card fees. Many high-street banks impose high fees and charges for using their travel credit cards abroad. The Post Office reminds travellers to shop around in advance for the best deal on their travel credit cards.
Travel credit cards can offer a convenient and flexible way to pay for goods and services on holiday, however UK holidaymakers are unaware of the costs and fees associated with some travel credit cards, and discover they come home to an unexpectedly large travel credit card bill.
The Post Office travel credit card offers great ways to save money both at home and abroad with 0% on balance transfers for the first 12 months, 0% on purchases for the first three months and 0% commission on overseas purchases. In addition there is no cash advance fee when using The Post Office travel credit card to purchase Post Office travel money.
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