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Kids' birthdays costing £415 - moneyfacts.co.uk

Kids' birthdays costing £415moneyfacts.co.ukBy putting the expenses on a cashback credit card, you'd not only get extra purchase protection but also a little extra cash to treat yourself. And if you then pay off the balance using the money you've saved up, you wouldn't have to worry about ...19-07-2018

Kids' birthdays costing £415
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By putting the expenses on a cashback credit card, you'd not only get extra purchase protection but also a little extra cash to treat yourself. And if you then pay off the balance using the money you've saved up, you wouldn't have to worry about ...

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