Use Travel-Friendly Debit Cards Instead!
This week's "Travel Tip" is don't bring your money to Europe! lol :-D Okay, that's clearly a joke. Obviously, you'll need to have money with you when you travel to Europe. What you don't need to do is carry much paper money or coins in your pockets on the way over.
Don't go to the bank to exchange your Dollars for Euros. Here's why...
There are more reasons, for sure, but that's some of the better ones.
So, what should you do? Find a debit card that is designed for travelers.
Personally, when Laura and I went overseas, we used our Capital One 360 card. That is certainly not the only card which is traveler-friendly. I've heard many great things about the Chase Sapphire credit card. Just be sure to check their fees and limitations because that's a credit card, not a debit card.
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