jno wrote: »
I actually live in Austria but love Martin's forums and TV show. I often travel over the border to Hungary where they do not use forint.
My only tip for Brits is that when changing cash for cash, think about when you might be travelling again and if you see yourself going again, change a large amount of money in one go to avoid paying charges on multiple occasions.
Luckily I recently changed 5000 GBP into EUROs for my father when the rate was 1.46 - since then it has sunk to 1.28 - ok, it is impossible to know when markets are going up and down but based on recent events the exchange rate is sinking fast which backs up the the theory of changing large amounts and keeping them, either under the bed or in a euro account somewhere.
I would welcome and responses from expats on how Brits can save money abroad.
Eg, 50% off Papa John’s
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