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Sign up to WeSwap - The new way to exchange money

By WeSwap
Sign up to WeSwap - The new way to exchange money

There are enough things to stress about when planning a holiday – flights, hotel, who’s going to cancel last minute… (we all know one). With WeSwap, you can knock foreign currency off your list of worries.

WeSwap is the new way to get travel money. Using your regular debit card abroad usually leaves you with lots of fees and a pretty weak exchange rate. With WeSwap, everyone gets a better deal. No hidden fees. No sky high exchange rates.

They are revolutionising the travel money market, by simply swapping your currency with fellow travellers, using the official midmarket interbank rate.

WeSwap charge flat commission rates, of either 1%, 1.3% and 1.4%, depending on how quickly you need them to swap your money. So, if you’re going away in a week, they only charge 1% - compared to 11% in airport bureaux de change. 

WeSwap send you a card – it can be used anywhere MasterCard is accepted – and it’s totally free to use in shops and restaurants abroad, just like using your debit card at home. There’s an app, too, so you can continue swapping when you’re away, and easily manage your spending.

With such good rates, there’s no excuse not to join. Just sign up to WeSwap and you’ll be sent a card in the mail, so you can simply load money, swap to the currency of your choice, and off you go. And even if you don’t have a holiday booked – with a chance of winning £1000, you might do soon!

Signup for a free WeSwap card today and you will be entered into the contest to win £1000.

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