Post Office Travel Money is offering ‘no questions’ refunds at the original price paid on Egyptian pounds purchased for trips to Sharm El Sheikh that have been cancelled by the current crisis.

Andrew Brown from the company said: “We do not want to add to the financial pain suffered by disappointed holidaymakers whose plans are wrecked by circumstances beyond their control, so we are continuing to offer a full refund on money spent purchasing Egyptian pounds in Post Office bureaux or online.”

To qualify for a refund, customers will need to take their currency back to a branch, change it back into sterling and then send in the receipt together with their original purchase receipt as well as evidence of their holiday cancellation in the form of an invoice, tickets or email confirmation from their tour operator as proof of booking.

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