Research out this week reveals that UK citizens took almost 39 million holiday trips abroad in 2014 and spent £24.4 billion whilst there. Sainsbury’ Bank Travel Money predicts another busy June, as last June was the fourth busiest month for the supermarket bank’s travel money sales. The amount of travel money bought from Sainsbury’s in June 2014 jumped 16% from the amount sold in May 2014.
This June, up until 29th, Sainsbury’s Bank Travel Money has pledged to beat any in-store travel money rates customers find at their local Post Office or M&S Bank travel money bureaux (within five miles).
Sainsbury’s Bank Travel Money already provides Nectar card holders with a discounted rate but guarantees that if Post Office Money or M&S Bank are offering a better in-store rate on the day, it will beat their rate.
Sainsbury’s Bank has around 170 travel money bureaux in Sainsbury’s stores across the UK and offers 0% commission on foreign currency. There are over 50 currencies available to order. Open seven days a week and with handy parking, Sainsbury’s offers the convenience of collecting travel money whilst shopping.
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