Travellers are being warned not to fall into a pre-paid travel card trap when spending abroad this summer.
Britons returning from overseas holidays have left a total of £582million left sitting on the cards in the last year, according to research from travel debit card firm Currensea.
That’s £78 per pre-paid card on average, compared to £55.20 the previous year – a 33 per cent jump.
James Lynn, co-founder of Currensea, says: ‘There is a staggering amount being wasted every year from UK travellers persisting with expensive and inconvenient pre-paid cards.
‘Many households are focused on…