Family holidays are pricey enough with huge price hikes in costs during July and August. Throw in credit and debit card charges abroad and you could be out of pocket by much more than you budgeted for.
It's estimated that using credit and debit cards abroad can add almost £70 in charges to the average family holiday bill, and, according to a survey by Travelex, 80 per cent of us do use them abroad, sometimes without really taking into account the added cost.
Sound familiar? Watch the video above for tips on spending - and saving - money abroad this summer.
More on Parentdish: 10 ideas to make family holidays affordable
We welcome intelligent discussion, debate and differing opinions on Parentdish. Personal attacks (on other users, authors or individuals) and trolling will not be tolerated. We will consider removing any content that others might find offensive or threatening. We will not tolerate racism, sexism, homophobia or other forms of hate-speech. If you think a comment is inappropriate, please click to report it. We aim to make this commenting platform lively, entertaining, welcoming and safe. Be aware that your user name and profile image will be displayed with your comment.
Add a Comment
Why not check out? x