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I need to pay a holiday deposit to a Spanish bank in euros. What is the cheapest option for doing this? Thanks Read More
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5m, 1w agoPosted 5 months, 1 week ago
I need to pay a holiday deposit to a Spanish bank in euros. What is the cheapest option for doing this? Thanks
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5m, 1w agoPosted 5 months, 1 week ago
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#1
Bank transfer
#2
No good if you need to do it immediately but best way would be to use the Barclaycard travel care. A CC that charges no fees at all and gives you the bank rate until some time in 2018. Got mine through TCB and got £25. Currently best card for spending abroad as well (ATM and charge)


Edited By: Bilk on Nov 17, 2016 08:43: sp
#3
A method that ensures you have insurance on the payment should the company go bust between now and you finishing your holiday.
#4
I have successfully used Transferwise.com recently - very good service and excellent customer service communication.

I'd suggest that it's worth checking to see if it meets your requirements.
#5
Sounds dodgy to me.
Why are you sending cash?
Why do they not accept card payments?
#6
Please be careful I did a bank transfer for a villa, it was a scam, I've booked holidays for years and everything looked legit, watched a TV programme 2 days after I'd sent money about the dangers of doing so, found out the villa was not booked for our party of 10 inc 4 children. The only good thing was we found out a few weeks before we landed at the airport & could find another villa.

Edited By: ellenw on Nov 17, 2016 09:50
#7
Caxton, I have a currency card and they also offer a free money transfer service. I pay for campsite deposits this way because they don't accept credit cards. Have a look into it.
#8
I use Ebury for my transfers, you do need a business though..
#9
Go to your bank and request a SEPA payment to the nominated account. This transfer system became available about a month ago and costs £9.

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