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You could enjoy a trouble free trip abroad if you make sure you have all the essential financial details you need, like emergency numbers and travel insurance documents. We've put together a checklist to help you find out what you can do before you go away and what could be helpful to take with you.
Make a list of our emergency numbers so you can contact us if you have trouble using your card abroad or your card is lost or stolen.
FlexAccount travel insurance is provided for Nationwide by U K Insurance Limited.
FlexPlus UK & European Breakdown and Recovery Assistance is underwritten by Liverpool Victoria Insurance Company Limited.
Worldwide Travel Insurance is provided for FlexPlus by U K Insurance Limited.
If you have our free European travel insurance, don't forget to take your confirmation letter away with you.
Taking more than one card with you helps if you have trouble with your card or if it becomes lost or stolen.
Using Internet Banking while you're away? Take your card reader with you to authorise your requests.
Let us know when you're going abroad and reduce the possibility of your cards being restricted while you're away.
1. Log in to the Internet Bank 2. Select your account from the account menu3. Select 'Other account services' 4. Under 'Account services', select 'Travel notifications'5. Follow the on-screen instructions to add new notifications
Whether you’re going on holiday, taking a long trip or gap year, or even planning to work abroad for a while, it’s important to get the travel basics right. That way, you’ll save money and hassle.