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Do you sell travel money and where can I find more information about this?

Sainsbury's Travel Money offers a great exchange rate on foreign currencies. Click here to visit our website.

Drop into one of our 200+ instore bureaux and choose from cash in over 50 currencies including Euro, United States Dollar, Canadian Dollar, Japanese Yen and United Arab Emirates Dirham or a Sainsbury's Bank Multi-currency Cash Passport MasterCard.

Alternatively you can click here to order online and collect at an instore bureau or choose secure home delivery by online or phone order.

Click here to use our Store Locator to find details of the nearest travel money to you (including opening times).

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Sainsbury’s Travel Money

Find out more about sainsbury's travel money options with our useful guide..

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  • What services does Sainsbury's offer?
  • What currencies can I order through Sainsbury's?
  • How much can I transfer with Sainsbury's?

How soon can I get my money?

How safe is my money, are there any fees i might have to pay.

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Sainsbury’s were the first UK supermarket to open a bank way back in 1997. In 2014, they took full ownership of Sainsbury’s Bank, and are now offering a full range of financial products – including travel money.

Sainsbury’s have travel money bureaux at various Sainsbury’s supermarkets across the UK. As well as picking up from the shops, you can also order by phone, online, and delivered to your home.

As you might expect, regular shoppers and Nectar card holders can receive additional points and preferential rates.

What services does Sainsbury’s offer?

Air Money offer four travel money services.

  • Travel Money Card. You can load your currency onto a Sainsbury’s Travel Money card.
  • Click & Collect. Order your money online and collect from any Sainsbury’s Bureau de Change.
  • Home Delivery. Alternatively, you can have your cash delivered to your door.

What currencies can I order through Sainsbury’s?

These currencies can be used with Air Money :

  • US Dollar (USD)
  • East Caribbean Dollar (XCD)
  • Australian Dollar (AUD)
  • Bahraini Dinar (BHD)
  • Barbados Dollar (BBD)
  • Norwegian Krone (NOK)
  • Brazilian Real (BRL)
  • Brunei Dollar (BND)
  • Bulgarian Lev (BGN)
  • Canadian Dollar (CAD)
  • Cayman Islands Dollar (KYD)
  • Chilean Peso (CLP)
  • Chinese Yuan Renmibi (CNY)
  • New Zealand Dollar (NZD)
  • Costa Rican Colon (CRC)
  • Croatian Kuna (HRK)
  • Czech Koruna (CZK)
  • Danish Krone (DKK)
  • Dominican Peso (DOP)
  • El Salvador Colon (SVC)
  • Fiji Dollar (FJD)
  • Haitian Gourde (HTG)
  • Hong Kong Dollar (HKD)
  • Hungarian Forint (HUF)
  • Iceland Krona (ISK)
  • Indonesaian Rupiah (IDR)
  • New Israeli Sheqel (ILS)
  • Jamaican Dollar (JMD)
  • Japanese Yen (JPY)
  • Jordanian Dinar (JOD)
  • Kenyan Shilling (KES)
  • Kuwaiti Dinar (KWD)
  • Swiss Franc (CHF)
  • Malaysian Ringgit (MYR)
  • Mauritius Rupee (MUR)
  • Mexican Peso (MXN)
  • Omani Rial (OMR)
  • Panamanian balboa (PAB)
  • Peruvian Nuevo Sol (PEN)
  • Philippine Peso (PHP)
  • Polish Zloty (PLN)
  • Qatari Rial (QAR)
  • Russian Ruble (RUB)
  • Saudi Riyal (SAR)
  • Singapore Dollar (SGD)
  • South African Rand (ZAR)
  • South Korean Won (KRW)
  • Swedish Krona (SEK)
  • New Taiwan Dollar (TWD)
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  • Trinidad and Tobago Dollar (TTD)
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How much can I transfer with Sainsbury’s?

Orders for collection at any Sainsbury’s Travel Money bureau are subject to a maximum value of £2,500 per person per day, whereas orders for home delivery are subject to a maximum value of £2,500 per person per day.

All home delivery orders are subject to a minimum order value of £100. There is no minimum order value for orders for collection.

Orders for collection at a Sainsbury’s Travel Money bureau

If you choose to place an order for collection, you can order up to 14 days in advance from today. You can also order Euros or US Dollars for next day collection. Some locations also offer other currencies for next day collection, the earliest date available will be selectable after you have entered your currency and collection location on the order screen.

Orders for home delivery

If you choose to place an order for delivery to your home, you can select a specific working day for delivery up to 14 days in advance of this delivery date. Please note that Saturday deliveries are not guaranteed. If you have chosen a Monday delivery, Royal Mail may attempt delivering on Saturday. The earliest day you will be able to select for delivery is:

Your money is insured by Royal Mail Special Delivery. If your order isn’t delivered, contacting Sainsbury’s at the beginning of the dispute process is the best course of action.

Home delivery is free for all orders of £500 or more. For orders below £500 the fee is £5.

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I put in my Sainsbury’s nectar card number in the box but it keeps saying “Please put a valid number to get member rates on Euros.” I’ve done it 6 times.

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If you are trying to get member rate for currency exhange to Euros on Sainsbury’s website, you need to enter the last 11 digits of your Nectar card number and click ‘Confirm’.

If you have double checked that the numbers you have put in is correct but you are still unable to proceed, please contact Sainsbury’s Bank directly so they can assist you further on this matter.

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I have some Ugandan shillings left from my holiday. Will Sainsbury’s change them back to Pounds?

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Yes, Sainsbury’s Bank will buy back notes in most foreign currencies and denominations that they sell. You just need to bring your unused Ugandan shillings into one of their travel money bureaux and they can exchange it back to Pounds for you.

Please note that their exchange rates vary from day to day.

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Sainsbury’s has announced it is reopening its online travel money service.

As a result, holidaymakers and travellers can now order foreign currency online which can be delivered to their home on the next working day. An automatic currency converter is available on the Sainsbury’s website, allowing you to see exactly how much your sterling is worth before ordering.

Travel bureaux are also starting to reopen within Sainsbury’s stores ahead of the summer. Shoppers can check on the Sainsbury’s Bank website whether the bureau at their local store is one of those reopening now.

Nectar cardholders enjoy better conversion rates on foreign currency, while no commission is charged when cash is changed. What’s more, Sainsbury’s said that if holidays have to be cancelled due to the pandemic, travellers can return the travel money at the exchange rate purchased.

Jason King, customer director at Sainsbury’s bank, said: “We’re delighted to welcome back travel money customers online and to our stores. Whether it’s buying currency for a holiday abroad, selling back any extra from your trip or sending money to friends and family overseas with Western Union, we’re open and ready to support however you like to get your currency.”

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Millions of us will be dreaming wistfully of the prospect of a proper summer holiday abroad, though there are currently just 12 nations on the government’s ‘green’ list of countries, meaning that no quarantine period is required upon your return.

What’s more, the government has been accused of delivering “mixed messages” over how people should view travelling to countries on the ‘amber’ list, Ministers initially suggested that travel was allowed to these destinations to see family and friends, though the Prime Minister later emphasised that these journeys should be avoided unless they were “essential”.

There have also been reports of holidaymakers ‘hoarding’ bookings, by snapping up spots in British hotels which they can then cancel later on should international travel be possible.

Even if travel overseas is possible, it’s open to question how many Brits will actually want to do it. A study by GoCompare found that only 13% of us are comfortable with the idea of foreign holidays this year.

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The benefits of exchanging your holiday money with M&S Bank

Wide range of foreign currencies.

We offer a wide range of foreign currencies in our Bureaux, with more available to order online. It is easy to compare travel money with M&S Bank. See footnote * *

As well as the euro and US dollar , our range includes currencies such as the UAE dirham, Bulgarian lev , Turkish lira , Thai baht and Mexican peso .

Travel money sale now on!

Click & Collect sale on euro and US dollar available until 11 April 2023.

£150 minimum order. Exchange rates will still fluctuate daily during the sale period, but you’ll receive the best rate applicable on the date your order is placed. Rates shown when placing your order are sale rates. Offer subject to availability, buy back not included. Cancellation fee and full T&Cs apply.

SameDay Click & Collect

  • Order between £150 and £2,500
  • Euro and US dollars available to order and collect in over 450 stores *
  • Order and collect euro , US dollars , Turkish lira , New Zealand dollar , Australian dollar , Thai baht , Canadian dollar , South African rand and UAE dirham, from our Bureau the same day

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  • A wide range of currencies available to collect from our in store Bureaux See footnote * *
  • Order and collect from the next day

Our best rates on euro and US dollar when you Click & Collect

To get an even better exchange rate on euro and US dollar , use our Click & Collect service. Pay now and lock in today's rate, then collect from a store at a time convenient for you.

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If you would like to donate your unused foreign currency to charity we have Change4Change collection boxes in our Bureaux, with all the money we collect going to Breast Cancer Now. Since 2007, we have raised over £630,000 for the charity via your Change4Change donations.

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Travel money buy-back service

When your holiday is over, we'll buy back your leftover holiday money at the buy-back rate on the day you return it to the Bureau de Change. That's all unused notes in any denomination we sell.

Find out more about M&S Travel Money Buy Back service

If you would like to donate your unused foreign currency to charity we have Change4Change collection boxes in our Bureau stores, with all the money we collect going to Breast Cancer Now. Since 2007, we have raised over £630,000 for the charity via your Change4Change donations.

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When your holiday is over, we'll buy back your leftover holiday money at the buy-back rate on the day you return it to the bureau de change. That's all unused notes in any denomination we sell. Proof of purchase may be required so please retain your receipt, just in case.

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Up to 55 days' interest-free credit when purchasing with an M&S Credit Card See footnote ** **

Representative example: based on an assumed credit limit of £1,200, our 24.9% rate per annum (variable) for purchases gives a representative rate of 24.9% APR (variable). Credit is subject to status.

No cash advance fee when M&S Travel Money is purchased using an M&S Credit Card.

What you'll need to bring

To collect foreign currency you've purchased online, you will need:

  • A valid UK photographic driving licence, passport or EU national identity card (Romanian & Greek National ID Cards are not accepted)
  • Your card you used to place your order - both ID and payment card must have the same name
  • Your order number (this can be found on your confirmation email)

To purchase foreign currency in one of our Bureaux, you will need:

  • A valid UK photographic driving licence, passport or EU national identity card - both ID and payment card must have the same name

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Frequently asked questions

Can i use a credit card to purchase travel money.

Yes, you can use a credit card to purchase travel money. However, please check with your card provider as they may apply fees or charges e.g. cash advance fees or other fees.

Our Bureaux accept the majority of UK issued major credit cards.

How much cash can I travel with?

You can learn more about taking cash in and out of Great Britain and declaring cash by visiting gov.uk .

Should I get foreign currency before I travel?

Buying your travel money before you travel can be an important part of pre-holiday preparation. You can use our Currency Converter to get the latest exchange rates across worldwide holiday destinations.

Where can I collect M&S Travel Money from?

You can collect M&S Travel Money from over 100 bureaux de change or from over 350 stores nationwide. You can find your nearest M&S Bureau de Change using our Bureau Finder .

Where can I get the best exchange rate?

Exchange rates change on a regular basis and vary depending on the currency you order. At M&S Bank, we offer our best rates for euro and US dollar via the Click & Collect service, where you can order your currency and collect from the next day in an M&S location local to you. If you order online before 4pm, you can collect the same day. For all other currencies, check our website for more information.

How much travel money can I order?

For orders placed via Click & Collect, there is a minimum £150 order and maximum of £2,500. For Bureau de Change walk-ups, there is no minimum order.

How do I confirm my Travel Money purchase using my M&S Credit Card?

There are three ways to verify your payments - you can use our M&S Banking App, a one-time passcode via text message or by using a card reader to verify your payment. Use our how-to videos or step-by-step guides to find out more.

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** With the M&S Credit Card, you'll receive up to 55 days' interest-free credit when you pay your balance in full and on time each month.

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By James Sillars , business reporter

A long-awaited rate cut is seen as more likely if crucial data due on Wednesday and Thursday comes in as economists expect.

First up is the inflation data for June.

A Reuters news agency poll of economists is predicting the headline figure will ease to 1.9% from 2% the previous month.

Any reduction would mean the pace of price increases falls below the Bank of England's 2% target rate.

The Bank will be looking particularly for a reduction in the rate of inflation for services.

Just 24 hours later comes the employment data for the three months to May.

That is tipped to show a slowdown in basic wage growth from 6% to 5.7%.

In advance of the incoming figures, financial markets see a 50/50 chance of an interest rate cut at the Bank's next meeting on 1 August.

It really is a tight call.

Any slowdown in services inflation and wage growth could combine to tip the balance on the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC).

Just two of the nine members backed a cut from 5.25% to 5% last month.

The others wanted more data, arguing that the easing of inflation back towards the target rate must be "sustainable".

Some commentators have suggested that the Bank would have cut borrowing costs in June but for the general election – wanting to be seen to be independent of government.

We already know that at least one member, Jonathan Haskel, will probably vote against a cut and back an eighth consecutive hold.

He said in a speech last week that too many inflationary pressures remained.

Rate cut champion on the MPC, Swati Dhingra, argues that it is time for the Bank to act because households have endured such a tough time, and it is no longer necessary to keep borrowing costs so high.

The number of people claiming non-dom tax status climbed around 7.4% before recent proposals to scrap it.

In the tax year ending April 2023, 74,000 people were registered as non-doms - up from about 68,900 in the previous 12 months, according to  provisional figures  published by HMRC. 

The status is very beneficial to some of the country's wealthiest people. 

Under the current programme, those eligible do not pay taxes on their overseas earnings for as long as 15 years.

They can initially claim the status without any extra charges, but eventually face annual costs of as much as £60,000 if they continue to reside in the UK.

For years, the Labour Party vowed to scrap non-dom status, saying it could raise more than £3bn a year, while the Conservatives have, over recent decades, kept the tax break in law. 

Under the previous government, there had finally been plans in place to abolish the scheme. 

Jeremy Hunt, the former chancellor, said it would be replaced with a "modern, fairer and simpler residence system".

But the Labour Party has proposed to go further than the Conservatives' proposals by eliminating inheritance tax breaks on assets that non-doms hold in overseas trusts.

Santander has launched a one-year fixed rate buy-to-let mortgage product - the first of the big five lenders to do so.

The 75% loan to value (LTV) rate is available at 5.37% with a £1,749 fee.

Graham Sellar, head of intermediary channel at Santander UK, said he was pleased to introduce the rate which offers "more flexibility than a traditional longer fixed rate".

"We know that the volatile rates this year have made it a tricky market for both customers - and brokers supporting them - with a remortgage or new borrowing," he said.

In addition, Santander has reduced rates across its existing buy to-let and residential fixed and tracker rate mortgage ranges by up to 0.14%.

Southwark Council will be building 100 new affordable homes in Bermondsey, London, specifically for key workers - including health and social care staff and teachers - it has announced. 

The new housing model will provide the homes at capped rents, in what the council called a "first for the borough". 

All key worker homes will be short-let tenancies in perpetuity (as opposed to a shared ownership model).

The tenancies will be offered on a rolling basis with rents capped at London Living Rent levels, as set by the mayor of London, with rates pegged at one-third of local average incomes.

Counsellor Helen Dennis, cabinet member for new homes and sustainable development, said: "Key workers are the backbone of our city, but now it's harder than ever to find affordable housing within easy reach of work for many teachers, social care staff and healthcare workers, to name a few."

We've all been there. Hours spent on hold, dealing with unhelpful call handlers, having your issue moved from team to team only for the problem to remain unsolved.

Now, a survey conducted by Which? has revealed the worst broadband and energy firms for customer service.

Virgin Media, Scottish Power and British Gas (who have all hit back, below) all scored poorly in the survey, which looked at several aspects of customer service including:

  •  How long it took to get in touch with someone who could help;
  • The variety of contact options;
  • How seriously the customer service representative took the issue;
  • How well the issue was resolved.

"It is never okay for firms to provide sub-standard customer service, but in essential sectors providing vital services millions rely on every day such as energy and broadband, it is completely unacceptable," said Rocio Concha, director of policy and advocacy at Which?.

The online survey, in May, was conducted by Yonder on behalf of Which?, with 4,101 nationally representative adults aged 18+ taking part. A boost sample of an additional 916 adults were surveyed to achieve at least 50+ per provider reported on. 

Which? applied a NET Satisfaction score to indicate the overall satisfaction level. The scale ranges from -100 to +100.

Virgin Media received dismal scores across the board - scoring just +18 for how long it took to get in touch with someone who could help and +38 for both how well customers' issues were dealt with and how well queries were resolved. 

Scottish Power and British Gas remained the worst performing energy firms - receiving +34 and +43 respectively for overall customer service.

Which? says it has written to Virgin Media, Scottish Power and British Gas about their poor performance in their research.

Rights of reply

A British Gas spokesperson said: "The survey is not representative - out of 4101 respondents it included less than 500 of our customers and is based on data that is up to a year old."

They said they had invested £50m in customer operations since the start of the energy crisis - including hiring 700 more UK-based contact centre staff, introducing longer call centre opening times and providing additional training. 

A spokesperson for ScottishPower said: "We service 2.9 million customers a year across a range of channels, including phone, chat, email and online. 97% of customer emails were responded to within two days and our average speed of answering phone enquiries is under 107 seconds. 

"These figures, published as part of a much larger and more robust study by Citizens Advice, are more representative than the 217 customers (0.007% of our customer base) surveyed by Which?"

A Virgin Media spokesperson said: "We are making real changes across our business to deliver customer service improvements and we're already seeing tangible results that wouldn't be reflected in this old survey from Which? that, incidentally, represents less than 0.01% of our customer base."

The UK has entered a new bronze age.

Sales of fake tan have risen by 16% compared with last year amid miserable weather.

Britons may have been unable to work on their tan outside, but it hasn't stopped them heading to the shops.

June saw the fastest rise in monthly supermarket footfall so far this year, with people making 2% more trips to the shops this period than they did one year ago.

The self-tan market is valued at £582.2m in the UK, which is expected to grow to £746.3m by 2027, according to beauty product manufactures THG Labs.

It has the second-biggest global market for self-tan, with its popularity growing as a bigger variety of products tailored to different skin tones and preferences emerged.

Health concerns about UV exposure have also triggered the rise in popularity of self-tan products, especially among younger consumers.

"Gen-Z are much more aware of skin cancer and general sun damage," says George Driver, a beauty editor at Elle UK.

"Wearing an SPF on the face has become a part of a daily skincare routine. No one wants a natural tan."

By  James Sillars , business news reporter 

News this morning that four more wastewater companies in England and Wales are under investigation by regulator Ofwat has hit the share price of the two London Stock Exchange listed firms identified. 

Provider for the North West of England, United Utilities, saw its stock value fall more than 1.7%, as did Severn Trent, the Midlands and Wales provider and owner of the third company named - Hafren Dyfrdwy. 

The final firm, Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water, is not for profit. 

Publisher Bloomsbury released more than just financial data ahead of its AGM today. 

Its bestsellers of the past four months were unsurprisingly the Harry Potter series, titles from Sarah J Maas, Cixin Liu's The Three Body Problem, Tom Kerridge Cooks Britain, Johann Hari's Magic Pill, Stuart Turton's The Last Murder At The End Of The World, and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's How To Eat 30 Plants A Week. 

Sterling still goes far in buying dollars with £1 equal to $1.2965. Similarly the pound is high against the euro, compared with the vast majority of the last two years with £1 buying €1.1881.

Oil is slightly cheaper than earlier this month with a barrel of Brent crude oil priced $84.15.

Amazon Prime Day is upon us once again, but leading consumer champions are warning shoppers about its potential pitfalls.

An exclusive sale event that's only open to Amazon Prime members, this year's Prime Day takes place today and tomorrow.

Starting from midnight (last night), new deals drop regularly throughout the 48-hour sale, and some can often beat Black Friday for value.

Amazon says it will offer its "lowest prices of the year" on products from Barbie, L'Oreal and Shark, while it'll also have deals from brands like Samsung, Bose, Oral-B, Sony, Fitbit and Ghd.

Some of its biggest discounts will be on Amazon's own devices, such as Ring cameras and doorbells and Echo smart speaker devices.

How to get involved

If you aren't already a Prime member, you might be able to sign up for a free trial, and then cancel it before you get charged.

To do this, you should cancel within 30 days, or you'll be switched automatically onto a regular membership, which is £8.99 a month.

The trial gets you access to Prime Video, Amazon Music, Amazon Photos and more.

If you're a student, you can get six months for free. You'll need to prove your course enrolment by providing Amazon with your university email address.

To cancel your membership before the trial expires, you'll need to visit the Amazon Prime membership page, choose "Manage membership"and select "End membership".

Be wary of customer reviews

It's always good practice to read customer reviews before purchasing anything online, to look for answers to any queries you might have about a product.

But consumers should be cautious and look out for fake reviews.

A 2023 investigation by consumer group Which? showed that one in 10 Amazon customers could have been offered an incentive in exchange for a five-star review of an Amazon product.

This is done to manipulate reviews and star ratings.

Which? lists some ways for you to spot a fake review, including:

  • Look at the reviewer's profile to see if their history makes sense. Are they buying things they seem to want or need, or might they have another incentive?;
  • Check the dates of reviews. If several positive reviews all appeared on the same date, it could be a coordinated campaign;
  • Read the reviews properly - some will include little detail about the actual product, which could be a telltale sign of a fraudulent review.

Don't assume you've got the best price

Consumer finance information and discussion website Money Saving Expert is reminding customers that the best price isn't always guaranteed on Amazon Prime Day.

They recommend using price comparison tools such as Google Shopping or Price Spy to find the cheapest online price on that day. However, always bear in mind that some shopbots can leave out or favour certain retailers.

As Amazon's prices go up and down regularly, you can also use a free price tracker like CamelCamelCamel to chart an item's Amazon price history before you commit to a purchase.

You should also keep an eye on Amazon Warehouse, which is the part of the website that sells returned or mildly damaged items.

Combine purchases with other deals for 'free' credit

Every so often, Amazon offers "free" credit to use against selected orders. It usually involves having to do a specific action, such as buying through its app or making a spend to earn credit.

Amazon is offering 15,000 of its customers £15 off a £30+ spend via its app – but you can't have used the app before. Check this Amazon link to see if you can get it.

There's another offer for £15 off £30+ purchases if you're an existing Prime member, and you upload your first photo to the Amazon Photos app.

You need to upload at least one photo to qualify for the £15 credit. Amazon says within four days you'll receive an email confirming it's been added to your account. Visit this  Amazon  link to find out if you're eligible. 

You can also earn £5 off a £20+ purchase when you play a podcast via Amazon Music. 

You'll need to stream a complete episode of a podcast via Amazon Music by 11.59pm on 28 July. Once that's done, your £5 credit will be emailed to you within seven days, and you'll have a further 30 days to use it. To check if you're eligible, visit this link .

How to return damaged items 

Finally, if you've bought a product on Amazon Prime Day and it arrives damaged, the retailer is fully responsible.

Under the Consumer Rights Acts, your purchase needs to be of satisfactory quality (not faulty or damaged), fit for purpose and as described. 

If your Prime Day product doesn't meet one of these requirements, the retailer (not the manufacturer) is in breach.

Amazon will refund the cost of sending an item back if it was sold or dispatched by Amazon. 

If the item you purchased isn't eligible for a free return, and you're using a pre-paid return label, Amazon will deduct the cost of the return from your refund.

Just 18% of companies in the UK are led by women, and while data suggests female entrepreneurs are on the rise, men still receive more funding and are entrusted with higher average loans to get them started.

In the concluding interview of an eight-part series, Money blog reporter  Jess Sharp  speaks to women who are bossing it in their respective fields - hearing stories, struggles and advice for those who want to follow in their footsteps by starting a business.

This week she has spoken to Denise Gosney, the founder and owner of theatre school company Razzamataz...

If you think appearing on Dragons' Den means Denise was handed success in business on a plate, you'd be very wrong.

The 51-year-old's first memories are of sharing an "airing cupboard bedroom" as a child - and it was this childhood that instilled in her the ethos that if you want something, the answer is to work harder.

She grew up in a little town near Glasgow in a two-bedroom council flat with her mum, dad and three siblings. 

"Money was very, very, very tight," Denise said. "I don't remember having a TV or a wardrobe.

"We always laugh that my first bedroom until I was 10 was an airing cupboard and an airing cupboard that I shared with my sibling.

"We didn't have a lot of money but it was a very happy childhood." 

Denise said that back then she was quite shy.

"I didn't enjoy school, I was bullied and I felt out of place. I just lived for dance and for performing arts. It gave me so much confidence and transformed my self belief and self-esteem," she said. 

Years later and working as a dancer for Butlins, she took £200 and set up Razzamataz to bring the same opportunities to other children across the country. 

Getting started 

She was 27 at the time and already had a successful career as a dancer, performing on cruise ships around the world, in pantomimes, and on the West End. 

She wrote some posters and put an ad in the newspaper to get going.

"I didn't really know anything about business but honestly it didn't cost me much. Maybe I spent a couple of hundred pounds starting the business, so that's not bad," she said. 

In the beginning, she would travel to a different location in Scotland every evening to host a class, but when she started "running out of days in the week" she looked at a franchising ethically.

In 2006, six years after getting started she was able to sell "Derby and then Glasgow and Edinburgh." 

Buying back shares from a Dragon 

Some of you might recognise Denise for her appearance on season four of Dragons' Den, where she secured a £50,000 investment from Duncan Bannatyne for a 25% stake in her business. 

Initially, she auditioned for the show with an idea for a performing arts game but when the producers heard about Razzamataz, they asked if she was willing to present that as an investment opportunity instead. 

Duncan stuck around for quite a long time, with Denise eventually buying his shares back from him seven years later - since then she has owned 100% of Razzamataz. 

"I would always email Duncan directly and he would always reply even though he must be a super busy guy," she said. 

"I wouldn't say he got heavily involved in the day to day running of the business... I would say it was the PR that brought value more than anything else." 

"Honestly, the PR from that programme is worth its weight in gold," she added. 

The day after the show aired, Denise got a phone call from TUI inviting her and Duncan to their office. 

The meeting ended with her winning a 10-year contract to deliver performing arts classes across all their sites over the summer holidays.

Since then, she has worked with huge brands including Warner Brothers, Mattel and Disney. 

Miscarriages, IVF and 'the worst year of my life' 

In the same year that she appeared on Dragons' Den, Denise had two miscarriages and fell pregnant with her first son, Callum. 

She actually discovered she was expecting as soon as she got back home from filming the show. 

"We always laugh now that he has been on Dragons' Den because he was in my belly," she said. 

Business was booming, Denise was franchising across the country and working with big brands, but her life became "really stressful" when she decided to try IVF and ICSI. 

"I actually had a year break at that point because it is incredibly stressful having IVF and ICSI," she said. 

After losing two more babies, she eventually fell pregnant with her second son, Lewis. 

"Sometimes I look back and I don't know how I did it," she said. 

"Obviously, I had the support of my husband and I've always been a grafter. I just thrive on working and I think it was a distraction when I was grieving." 

In 2017, disaster struck again when her youngest fell ill and was diagnosed with type one diabetes.

"Type one diabetes is a lifelong illness and there is no cure at the moment so Lewis requires 24/7 care. He has a one to one at school and we have to monitor his blood glucose during the night - it's quite a dangerous things to have," she added. 

Six months later, her eldest was rushed to hospital after a cyst ruptured in his spleen. Now 17, Callum has undergone a total of six surgeries. 

"It was probably one of the worst years of my life," Denise said. 

During this difficult time, she thought about giving up running Razzamataz, but it was providing for her children that spurred her on. 

"My mum couldn't even afford a pint of milk sometimes and I just didn't want to go back to that. I wanted to give my children a bit more if I could and I knew that I had to keep working. It was just going into survival mode," she said. 

Bouncing back from 'worst decision' of her life 

Denise said the "biggest mistake" she ever made was trying to set up a hair and beauty salon as a separate business while Razzamataz was steadily growing. 

"I just thought because I liked getting my hair done and my nails done, why don't I set up a business doing that," she said. 

"I knew absolutely nothing about it. 

"It was the worst decision of my life because it actually bought us close to bankruptcy and we probably lost about £100,000 on that business." 

She explained she "didn't know enough about the industry" and hadn't done research.

Now, Denise has a company worth £1.5m with plans to expand to Dubai in the next year.

Denise's advice  

Part of Denise's advice is just "work every hour God sends" and love what you do. 

But practically, she advises keeping your overheads as low as you can in the early days of your business. 

"Put a plan together for what those overheads are going to be but keep it quite basic and just research, research, research," she said. 

Referring to her failed hair and beauty business, she said that a company that's set up without passion will not succeed.

"It failed because I thought it was going to be easy... it is not easy to run a business. You have to have a lot of passion," she said. 

"I've seen people go into business and they start getting quite bitter, counting up how many hours they've worked and how much money they've earned." 

She warned that you'll work "the hardest you have ever worked in your life for nothing" at first - but it will all pay off eventually. 

"You have to be patient. If you expect your business to make you a return and make you money overnight, then don't do it, don't run a business," she said. 

"Nobody gave me anything on a plate. I had absolutely nothing when I started out."

You can catch up on all the pieces in the series below...

Tesco is targeting customers from Waitrose and Marks & Spencer with plans to boost sales of its upmarket Finest own label range by £1bn.

Ken Murphy, the supermarket's CEO, said he was "very conscious" of the importance of a premium offering.

Sales of Finest items reached £2bn in the year to February 2023. But Mr Murphy is now targeting a 50% increase. 

"We genuinely believe that our intrinsic [food] qualities are every bit as good as anything you would get at Sainsbury's and increasingly out of Waitrose," he told the Financial Times .

"[With] M&S we probably still have a bit of work to do."

Premium supermarket shopping is fiercely competitive at the moment - rising 12% in the year to 9 June, according to data group Kantar - despite surging food bills.

Waitrose last month relaunched its premium own label No.1 and says it "sets a new benchmark for quality". M&S's food division, which emphasises welfare in its product range, recently posted soaring annual sales.

Elsewhere, Asda revealed its new Exceptional range in May and Sainsbury's has added to its premium offering. At the discount end of the market, Lidl has had success with its Delux range. 

In his FT interview, Mr Murphy rejected the idea premium products could simply be standard products repackaged.

He said they were concocting new products at a development centre in Welwyn Garden City.

Jamie Robinson, Tesco's executive chef, who used to work for Michelin-starred chef Marco Pierre White, said: "This is restaurant-quality now."

He said there had been "a massive step change in our product culture, from an innovation point of view".

Tesco has a 27.7% share of the UK grocery food market with sales of more than £60bn - and the Finest range is just over 3% of that.

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Please be aware that some merchants such as restaurants and car hire companies may require the card to have an available balance greater than the purchase amount, before they will authorise the payment.

In some countries, there may be daily or weekly withdrawal limits set by ATM operators, which may be lower than the limit on your Sainsbury’s Bank Travel Money Card.

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If you have a problem using your card, here are the things you should check first.

1. If you got your card delivered at home you need to activate your card before it will work. Your card will have a sticker with instructions about how to do this.

2. Check you have enough money on the card for the purchase you wish to make.

3. Check you are using the correct PIN. Phone Card Services to get a reminder or PIN Reveal via My Account or the mobile app.

4. Check that the retailer you are purchasing from accepts Mastercard Prepaid. Because of new EU requirements, merchants in the EU/EEA will be able to choose whether or not they wish to accept Mastercard prepaid/debit/credit or commercial cards. Please check with the merchant, as they have to inform you if they decide not to accept all types of Mastercard cards. Merchants will also be expected to display this information prominently at the entrance of the shop and at the till or, in the case of distance sales, this information should be displayed on the merchant’s website or other applicable electronic or mobile medium.

5. Your Card has maximum limits on how much you can withdraw or spend, for example a maximum daily amount that you can spend in a shop. These limits are shown in the fees and limits table. In addition, some cash machines may have their own limits.

Please note: if a cash machine screen prompts you to choose ‘which account?’ it is recommended that you choose the ‘Credit’ option.

You can only withdraw cash from a cash machine up to the available balance on your Sainsbury's Bank Travel Money Card (including any applicable fees) and if the amount is within the cash machine’s issuing limit.

How do I close my Sainsbury's Bank Travel Money Card?

If your card is still valid, but you’re not planning to travel again soon, you can withdraw your remaining balance from an ATM displaying the Mastercard® Acceptance Mark (assuming it is within the ATM's withdrawal limits).

Or, if applicable, you may take your Sainsbury’s Bank Travel Money Card (and valid photo ID) back to the bureau where you bought it and they will refund your remaining balance, less any fees. Payment will be in GBP and the exchange rate (if applicable) will be applied by the bureau. Please note: not all bureaux may offer this service.

Alternatively, you can contact  Card Services , and have your balance (less any fees and subject to exchange rates, if applicable) refunded to a UK bank or building society account in the name of the primary cardholder only. Please see your terms and conditions for more information. You may be given the option to donate (some or all) left-over funds to charity.

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For peace of mind on your holiday, you can get an additional card at the time of purchase of your initial card and use it as a backup.

Please see the  Terms and Conditions  for more information.

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Sainsbury’s Bank are committed to providing you with the best possible customer experience. Telling the Card Services team when you are unhappy with any aspect of your Sainsbury’s Bank Travel Money Card is important, as it means things may be put right there and then the service offered can be improved in the future.

The next section tells you how and where to make a complaint and what will be done to resolve it promptly and fairly.

Raise a complaint?

In the first instance please call   Card Services . This team will try to resolve your complaint over the phone in a timely manner. Alternatively, you can e-mail your complaint to  [email protected]  or put it in writing to the following address:

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The Service Quality team is happy to receive and respond to complaints in other languages and will arrange for a translation service to assist where available. Where possible, information on the complaints process will be made available in other languages.

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To help Card Services resolve your complaint as quickly as possible, please provide them with as much relevant information as possible, including:

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When we receive a complaint we aim to resolve your issues as fairly and as quickly as we can. Where possible we will endeavour to resolve your complaint as soon as reasonably possible. If we need more time to investigate your complaint, we will send you an acknowledgement letter and we will keep you updated on our progress throughout our investigation.

If you are not satisfied with our final response, you can refer the matter to the Financial Ombudsman Service which provides an independent review service for unresolved complaints that is free to customers.

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    Agent Work time Services; Sainsburys Travel Money Cheltenham Gallagher Retail Park Tewkesbury Road GL51 9RR Cheltenham Monday: 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM Tuesday: 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM Wednesday: 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM Thursday: 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM Friday: 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM Saturday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM Sunday: 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM

  11. Do you sell travel money and where can I find more ...

    Sainsbury's Travel Money offers a great exchange rate on foreign currencies. Click here to visit our website.. Drop into one of our 200+ instore bureaux and choose from cash in over 50 currencies including Euro, United States Dollar, Canadian Dollar, Japanese Yen and United Arab Emirates Dirham or a Sainsbury's Bank Multi-currency Cash Passport MasterCard.

  12. Sainsbury's

    Search for your nearest Travel Money bureau. Please type in a town, street name or postcode or try using your current location. Sainsbury's store locator.

  13. Travel Money Branches in Cheltenham

    eurochange - Cheltenham - High Street. 200 High Street, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL50 3HD. 01242 335906 View Branch Details. Visit a eurochange branch in Cheltenham for currency exchange and secure great rates! Click & Collect online in 60 seconds or order in-store for better rates than the airport!

  14. Sainsbury's Travel Money: Brief Guide

    In 2014, they took full ownership of Sainsbury's Bank, and are now offering a full range of financial products - including travel money. Sainsbury's have travel money bureaux at various Sainsbury's supermarkets across the UK. As well as picking up from the shops, you can also order by phone, online, and delivered to your home.

  15. Travel Money Card Contact Us

    How to contact the Card Services team by phone. Country Telephone number†. Anguilla 1 877 352 3133. Antigua + Barbuda 1 877 352 3134. Argentina 0800 666 0026. Australia 1800 098 231. Austria 0800 293 724.

  16. Sainsbury's reopens travel money service

    Sainsbury's has announced it is reopening its online travel money service. As a result, holidaymakers and travellers can now order foreign currency online which can be delivered to their home on the next working day. An automatic currency converter is available on the Sainsbury's website, allowing you to see exactly how much your sterling ...

  17. Sainsbury's Travel Money

    Sainsbury's offers free delivery on orders worth £500 or more. If you exchange between £100 and £499.99, delivery costs £4.99. Alternatively, order cash in your nearest store and collect euros and US dollars the next day, or other currencies in three days. To find out how much money you could get, use Sainsbury's online currency exchange ...

  18. Travel Money and Travel Insurance

    Sainsbury's Bank Travel Insurance is sold and administered by Hood Travel Limited, registered at Companies House 08318836. Hood Travel is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority under registration number 597211. Hood Travel Limited's registered address is at 2nd Floor, Decora Court, Tylers Avenue, Southend-on-Sea, Essex ...

  19. Travel Money

    SameDay Click & Collect. Order between £150 and £2,500. Euro and US dollars available to order and collect in over 450 stores *. Order and collect euro, US dollars, Turkish lira, New Zealand dollar, Australian dollar, Thai baht, Canadian dollar, South African rand and UAE dirham, from our Bureau the same day. Find my nearest Click and Collect ...

  20. Travel money card

    Sainsbury's Bank Travel Money Card is a chip and PIN protected prepaid Mastercard® currency card. You can load multiple currencies onto it before you travel and then use it in millions of ATMs around the world displaying the Mastercard Acceptance Mark, to access your money quickly and safely. You can also pay for goods and services online ...

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  22. Travel Money Card FAQs

    To help Card Services resolve your complaint as quickly as possible, please provide them with as much relevant information as possible, including: Your Sainsbury's Bank Travel Money Card number (please note, do not include your full 16-digit Card number in emails and/or letters, for security reasons. In written correspondence, the card number ...