How to Avoid Ryanair Booking Fees and Get Better Currency Exchange Rates When You Travel

By The Currency Exchange Site -, PRNE
Thursday, May 6, 2010

CANTERBURY, England, May 7, 2010 - One of the biggest costs for travellers using low cost carriers are the
additional booking fees that these airlines charge. The question is how you
can minimise these fees? Well look no further, is
now listing a new prepaid card from my Travel Cash that allows you to avoid
the booking fees on Ryanair.

At the beginning of 2010, Ryanair changed the payment method that had
previously enabled travellers to avoid paying their GBP5 booking fee per
person per flight. As of January 2010 Mastercard prepaid cards are the only
way to avoid these fees, saving you GBP10 per person per return journey on
Ryanair. The new my Travel Cash Multi-Currency card is a prepaid MasterCard,
so by signing up you can use it to book your Ryanair flights and start saving
money before you have even left the country. As the card is designed for use
abroad, there is a small GBP0.50 transaction fee for using it in the UK, but
this is a snip compared to the charge for using different cards. And when you
are subject to booking fees, online check-in and luggage charges, every
possible way you can save money helps.

Avoiding Ryanair booking fees is not the only advantage to this card.
Storing your travel money in GBP on this multi-currency card ensures you get
a great exchange rate in whatever country you are withdrawing cash or making
purchases, whilst the low point of sale and ATM withdrawal fees mean that the
card is a far cheaper alternative to using UK credit and debit cards abroad.
You can also order and receive the card within 48 hours, so you won't miss
your cheap flight!

To find out more about the card visit

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