The Best No Foreign Transaction Fee Credit Cards in Canada for 2024

The Best no Foreign Transaction fee Credit Cards in Canada

Having one of the best no foreign transaction fee credit cards in Canada is essential since it’ll significantly reduce your costs when travelling. That’s because most Canadian credit cards charge a foreign transaction fee of 2.5% whenever you make a purchase in any currency besides Canadian dollars. That may sound like a lot, but if…

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How Much Does it Cost to Go to Japan?

Asakusa temple in Tokyo

With Japan now fully open to the public again, a natural question to ask is how much does it cost to go to Japan? There’s a big misconception that Japan is expensive, but I didn’t find daily expenses to be that much more expensive than other major cities I’ve visited. That said, prices have gone…

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What is travel insurance? A detailed guide

The basics of travel insurance

Have you ever wondered what is travel insurance and how does it work? Ever since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, travel insurance has been getting a lot of attention. In the past, many people would travel without travel insurance (or didn’t know about it), but these days, it’s highly unlikely anyone would consider flying without the…

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TourRadar Referral Code: Get up to 5% off Your First Tour

Get 5% off your first trip with my tourradar referral code

Exclusive to Money We Have fans. Get up to 5% off and an Amazon gift card when booking your first trip with Tourradar by using my Tourradar referral code MoneyWeHave or use my invite link now. Note that the discount only applies when you’re setting up a new account, so you’ve signed but haven’t booked yet, it might…

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KnowRoaming Review

KnowRoaming SIM sticker

Are you looking for a KnowRoaming review? Over the last seven years, I’ve used both their travel SIM card and travel SIM sticker in dozens of countries. The obvious benefit of KnowRoaming is that you can save up to 85% off international voice and data roaming. Admittedly, most mobile providers now offer international data plans,…

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Travel Fees and Charges to Avoid

travel fees to avoid

I love to travel, but I absolutely hate the fees and charges that can come up. It’s a bit ridiculous when you think about it. There are more than a few things that are designed to get more money from travellers. It may not seem like a lot at first, but once you start adding…

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Food in Japan to Try

Food in Japan is amazing, it’s actually one of the reasons I decided to return to the country. When I first visited Japan, I was on a limited budget, but this time I told myself that I wouldn’t cheap out on my meals. Fortunately, good food in Japan can be found at reasonable prices. If…

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The Biggest Travel Ripoffs

The biggest travel ripoffs

Although I love to travel, one thing I hate are the travel ripoffs that I’ve come across. Quite often these things are tourist traps that are aimed at new travelleres, but often the biggest ripoffs come from airlines or banks who are trying to maximize their profits. To be fair, I’m sort of “happy” that…

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Budapest Travel Blog: It’s Beautiful!

Budapest is one of those cities that constantly ranks in various Top 10 lists, yet it’s still hardly visited by many travellers. After seeing so many amazing pictures, I finally decided to make a stop there on my most recent Eurotrip. With stunning architecture, refreshing thermal baths, and a culture that can be unique, Budapest lives up to…

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Options For Using Your Mobile Abroad

using your mobile abroad

Let’s be realistic, who doesn’t travel without their cellphone these days? They offer so much convenience that it would be silly not to travel with it. The problem is, when using your mobile abroad, roaming charges can add up to some ridiculous amounts if you’re not paying attention. Fortunately for all of us there’s many…

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