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Best ways to carry money while traveling Carrying money on vacation is a balancing act between safety and utility. Making money difficult to access deters thieves, but when it comes time to pay for something, you still want to be able to get to it without stripping off clothes or playing hide-and-seek with a bag's hidden pockets. With that in mind, here are 10 tips for carrying money safely and elegantly when you travel. ARCHIVES: Five ways to avoid theft on vacation Divide money in different places Even if you disregard all other advice about carrying money, take this tip to heart: Whenever possible, divvy up your travel cash and even credit cards into multiple safe spots.
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Tips For Carrying Money and Documents While Traveling - Detective Kevin Coffey Concealed Neck Pouch - Travel Neck Pouch - Neck Wallet - Neck Stash Concealed neck pouches and neck wallets have been around for many years. Travelers seem to either love or hate security neck pouches, due to their various advantages and disadvantages discussed here. Obviously, the concealed security neck pouch hangs around your neck and is hidden from view beneath your clothing. Neck wallets, of also referred to as a security neck pouch or neck safe, have been around for the last hundred years or so. They tend to be one of the most common type of money pouches purchased and are usually highly recommend by experienced travelers.
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12 Tips for Safely Carrying Money in Europe If you lose your credit card, cash, or passport on your trip to Europe, you're not without options—but it goes without saying that your trip will go much smoother if you can hang onto these trip essentials. Travelers in our forums recently shared their tips for keeping money and other necessities safe while traveling abroad. For example, some minimize pickpocketing risk by investing in an inconspicuous day pack, or splitting cash and credit cards with a travel partner. Below are some other useful strategies. Does one in particular work for you?