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Leftover Oyster cards

- Published on 9th January 2017

Transport for London (TfL) introduced contactless payments in 2014, allowing customers to pay fares with a simple tap of their debit or credit card. Mobile payments followed soon after. The adoption of contactless and mobile payments has been widespread. To such an extent that TfL is considering to phase out Oyster cards. Should you have any leftover Oyster cards, we can refund you the balance and deposit…

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How to exchange mixed foreign coins

- Published on 4th January 2017

If you started the New Year with resolutions involving cleaning or tidying up, chances are you’re going to clear out some old drawers. There’s a good chance you’ll stumble upon some long forgotten coins and travel money leftovers. Eager to find out what your old leftover currency is worth? Here’s how to exchange mixed foreign coins…

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Cash in on Your Leftover Currency and Spare Coins

You, like many people, might have some leftover foreign coins and banknotes, tucked away somewhere in a drawer. Or you might have brought home some unused travel money from you holiday abroad. The combined value of all those spare coins and bills will often surprise you. Why not convert your unused foreign coins and notes to valid cash.

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