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Now theatres charge you to pick up tickets or even to pay by cash after crackdown on credit card charges - This is Money

This is MoneyNow theatres charge you to pick up tickets or even to pay by cash after crackdown on credit card chargesThis is MoneySince January, firms have been barred from charging customers a fee for paying by credit or debit card, in a shake-up which aimed to save families £473 million a year. Until then, companies added as much as 3 per cent to the purchase price when you ...13-03-2018

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Now theatres charge you to pick up tickets or even to pay by cash after crackdown on credit card charges
This is Money
Since January, firms have been barred from charging customers a fee for paying by credit or debit card, in a shake-up which aimed to save families £473 million a year. Until then, companies added as much as 3 per cent to the purchase price when you ...

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