Virgin Money launches three-day travel money rate sale
- Virgin Money announces a travel money rate sale starting on 27 June
- Holidaymakers can manage holiday costs by taking advantage of enhanced rates on offer
- The sale will cover two popular currencies: Euros and US dollars
Ahead of the summer holiday season, Virgin Money is seeking to help holidaymakers keep costs down by announcing a rate sale on selected travel money currencies.
The rate sale begins at 8am on Monday 27 June 2016 and will end at 8am on Thursday 30 June.
During the sale Virgin Money will be offering enhanced rates on two of the most popular currencies at this time of year; Euros and US dollars.
Customers can place their orders online or by telephone, and their money can either be collected from their nearest Virgin Money store using the free click and collect service, or delivered to their home with free delivery on orders over £500.
Vikki Macleod, Director of Insurance and Currency Services at Virgin Money said: "With the summer holiday season almost upon us, our travel money rate sale comes at a great time. We can help customers manage the cost of their holiday by offering these enhanced rates on Euros and US dollars, for three days only, starting on 27 June."
Virgin Money Press Office
0191 279 4676
About Virgin Money Travel Money
- Virgin Money Travel Money is provided by Travelex Currency Services Limited on behalf of Virgin Money Personal Financial Service Ltd.
About Virgin Money
- Virgin Money offers savings, mortgages, credit cards, current accounts, currency services, pensions, investments and protection products to over 3 million customers across the UK.
- Virgin Money’s business ambition is to make "everyone better off" – this philosophy underpins our approach to business by offering good value to customers, treating employees well, making a positive contribution to society and delivering a profit to shareholders.
- More than 11,500 charities have registered with Virgin Money Giving and, by the end of 2015, over £420 million had been raised for charity through the service since its launch in 2009, resulting in an estimated £13 million more raised for charity because of its not-for-profit model.