What if we told you there’s a new revolutionary money app which lets you send and spend money anywhere in the world with no fees at all. Yep, that’s right, Revolut will not only save you having to carry around cash and different currencies but will also save you tons on currency exchange fees. And what’s best, if you download the app now using the code CF, you’ll get a complimentary £3 loaded to your account!
Download the app here.
But what will you buy with your FREE £3?
We decided to travel the world and see how much food we could get for £3, here are the results…
English breakfast tea and if you’re lucky a flapjack.
Currywurst and some good old German beer. Yes, Berlin is famously cheap for Western Europe.
Delicious Swedish kanelbullar- a cinnamon bun.
A glass of a local wine accompanied with small tapas dishes such as tortilla or croquettes.
Arancini – a rice ball, espresso and gelato.
Cypriot pita bread filled with sheftalia (a Cypriot type sausage), souvlaki (grilled meat), tomato and onion salad topped with yoghurt.
Everywhere in Armenia
Armenia’s answer to pizza, a lahmajoun- pitta bread topped with minced meat- and you’ll still have some change for a refreshing glass of rose lemonade.
A three-course meal, quite literally. Start off with delicious som tum- papaya salad, savour on aromatic tom yum soup, try the national dish pad thai and finish off with freshly prepared fruit salad or fruit smoothie.
Everywhere in India
You can have all of this: samosas, pakoras, sweet lassi, plate of steamed momos, fresh fruit, a thali (dish consisting of a vegetable dish, dhal, rice, roti and more) half of chicken tandoori, butter naan, dish of matter paneer (peas and cheese curry) and a cup of chai from a chai vendor.
A bowl of pho soup and a filling Vietnamese baguette, you’ll still have some change for some exotic fruit.
Soy Chai Latte.
Mexico City, Mexico
3 tacos and a bottle of Corona.
New York, USA
Slice of pizza and a can of Coca-Cola.