London, UK (PRWeb UK) October 26, 2010
Research by Trip Advisor has revealed that one in five (20 per cent) couples admit to arguing more on holiday than at home, with money being one of the top three reasons for holiday squabbles.
The Post Office is providing advice on how to keep costs down whilst on holiday to help couples have less to argue about. For example, many high street banks impose high commission charges on customers using travel credit cards abroad, meaning travel credit card use may lead to travellers going over budget, increasing in the potential for disagreements about the extent of holiday spending.
The Post Office suggests one way to keep costs down and reduce holiday arguments is to seek out a travel credit card which can help keep costs down. The Post Office's travel credit card is one of the few travel credit cards to offer 0% commission on purchases overseas. Also there is no cash advance fee when purchasing travel money with its travel credit card at the Post Office, and 0% interest for the first 12 months on balance transfers and the first three months of purchases. This means couples can use a Post Office travel credit card to make their holiday budget stretch further and help avoid squabbles over holiday spending.