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Travelex launches click-and-collect currency service in Hong Kong

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Travelex introduces an online click-and-collect service in Hong Kong, offering over 30 currencies for convenient pick-up.

Travelex, an exchange brand, has launched its online click-and-collect service in Hong Kong, enabling customers to purchase their travel cash in advance online, at Travelex’s exchange rate.

The service means customers can now reserve over 30 different currencies, including Japanese Yen, Thai Bhat, US Dollar and British Pounds, via the Travelex Hong Kong website.

Orders are then available for collection at five of Travelex’s Hong Kong bureaux, located across both Hong Kong International Airport (some of which are open 24/7) and prominent city locations, including ifc mall and Tung Chung Crescent.

Ordering travel cash online in advance offers customers the best possible value, with the service free of any additional fees and offering a more competitive exchange rate than the traditional bureaux walk-up service. Up to HKD 50,000 can be ordered online per order, with the order available for collection as soon as the next day.

Dragon Wan, Managing Director Asia, Travelex said: “With online ordering having proved to be hugely popular in many of our other markets across our international footprint, we are really excited to introduce the service to Hong Kong.

“Online ordering offers so many benefits: the best possible Travelex exchange rates with no hidden fees; the convenience factor of being able to collect currency from one of our airport or city bureaux; and with one less thing to worry about on your day of travel. Ultimately, the service offers better value, convenience, and peace-of-mind than ever before.”

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