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7 ways to save on your next holiday

Travelling the world like a first class baller isn’t necessarily achievable for us common folk, but that doesn’t mean you need to travel on the cheap. Here at Credit Savvy, we’re always looking for clever ways to save and we’ve compiled a list of seven tips to help you save on your next holiday. 1. Research is your friend This is pretty obvious, right? Preparation is key! Keep your destination and dates flexible. Sign up to travel sites and airline newsletters and you’ll be alerted straight away when a great deal comes up and be prepared to act quickly if your dream destination goes on sale. Don’t forget, these companies also advertise their promotions on their social media accounts too, so they’re worth a follow. Looking for cheap flights for your next holiday? Check out our blog post: 8 ways to find the cheapest flights in Australia 2. Create a budget…

Travel cards to consider for your next overseas holiday

With Easter holidays around the corner, some of us may be pencilling in the dates for our next vacation. If you’ve ever been stung by credit card fees from your last overseas trip, or heard tales of painful money exchange processes (don’t get me started on traveller’s cheques on my South American adventure), you’re in luck. The Credit Savvy team have created a list of handy travel cards worth looking into before your next getaway: Credit Cards for Travel Bankwest Zero Platinum MasterCard: A travel credit card with $0 annual fee, no foreign transaction fees on online and overseas purchases, and a range of complimentary insurance covers (terms and conditions apply). 28 Degrees Platinum MasterCard: An oldie but a goodie. No annual fee, no currency conversion fees, no international transaction fees on purchases and a 24/7 complimentary worldwide concierge service. To compare more credit cards, head to our credit card…