Brexit: Holidays will NOT be affected after Brexit in 2020 – this is what you need to know


“Incontestably, there may be people who are worried about the impact of Brexit on their fetes as 35 percent of Brits have already lost out when exchanging wherewithal due to the fluctuation of the pound in light of Brexit.

“However, there are still multitudinous ways that you can ensure that you don’t fall victim to any ‘travel rhino pitfalls’ this year.”

One way is to monitor the pound to euro exchange fee. “With the peaks and troughs of the pound in light of Brexit, it’s difficult to blueprint when to buy your holiday money,” said Stross. “Our research has open that nearly 12 million people have no idea how to map out their foreign currency due to the impact of Brexit.

“To try and keep ahead of the fluctuations, and on a par make the most of them, there are several rate alert schemes you can use. Our Smart Swap feature is one example of these.”

It’s also well value not buying all your euros in one go. “We’ve also done research that illustrates nearly half of Brits buy all their travel money in one sitting,” detailed Stross. “It can be wise, however, to exchange half your holiday medium of exchange now and half closer to when you go or if the pound strengthens.

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