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Old 07-05-2009, 06:34 PM
steve sanders steve sanders is offline
 
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one thing to point out - when buying the vouchers it maintained there was a £5/e5 'handling fee'. this might be new.

on t&c's:
"There is a €5/£5 (or local currency equivalent) handling fee for processing the purchase of gift vouchers."

effectively it means that for amounts up to £100, you should go entropay all the way (as i did, my flights were £50, i paid £52.50). you can do the voucher / entropay double whammy for anything above that.
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Old 08-05-2009, 01:13 PM
Falling At Your Feet Falling At Your Feet is offline
 
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Well spotted,I think thats a new charge - ahrrrr !

So "voucher/entropay double whammy" is the travel saving, term of the month !
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