Travellers Compare 0% Interest Credit Cards to Save on Their Holiday Shopping
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Holidaymakers are expected to head to, one of the UK’s leading price comparison websites, to find the ideal 0% interest credit card to pay for their purchases while on holiday.

Savvy shoppers should consider switching to credit cards which offer 0% interest on new purchases ahead of their holidays abroad. By taking up a new credit card with a 0% interest deal in time for their holidays, they’ll benefit from the security of shopping with a credit card while minimising the cost of spending abroad.

Rob Saunders, Senior Manager of Money at said: “Many holidaymakers prefer to use a credit card abroad as it offers better protection against faulty purchases or fraud. With so many good 0% interest rate products, shoppers could find extra savings on their holiday shopping as well as peace of mind. It’s a good idea to compare credit cards at ahead of any holiday abroad so that you find the right deal to suit your needs.”

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Despite disappointing use, time hasn’t run out on Martinez high-tech parking …
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MARTINEZ — Despite high costs and tepid response from drivers, the city may keep parking meters that accept cash or credit.

With fees outpacing credit card revenue, city staffers urged the council to remove the meters. But the council agreed Wednesday to try negotiating a better deal with the manufacturer before pulling the plug.

“I happen to like them, and I think they’re convenient and they work better than our regular meters,” Councilman Mark Ross said.

In May, the city installed 62 single-space parking meters that accept credit and debit cards along Main Street from Castro to Court streets for a three-month trial. The solar-powered meters use wireless technology and are less expensive than the multispace pay stations that have gained popularity in the past few years.

Although city leaders believed the convenience of paying with plastic would appeal to drivers, during the trial period only 4.5 percent of paying parkers used credit cards, accounting for about 10 percent of the total take for the new meters, according to data from the city. Based on the experience of other communities, City Engineer Tim Tucker had expected 30 to 50 percent of people would use credit or debit cards rather than coins.

Credit cards generated meter revenue of $ 314 in June, $ 286 in July and about $ 343 in August. Banks c…………… continues on San Jose Mercury News

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