Fall is officially here, which means you can score a great deal on a plane ticket. If you’re traveling abroad, chances are you’ve already paid a pretty penny to get there. The last thing you want is to pay more during your trip, especially when there’s the possibility of having to shell out money for things like foreign currency fees.


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Many credit cards charge a foreign transaction fee, usually 3% of the purchase amount. Among paying for various expenses such as food, souvenirs and sight-seeing, those fees could add up quickly.

Luckily, there are credit cards that won’t charge you any foreign transaction fees.

Check out our list of top 5 credit cards without any foreign transaction fees for fall of 2013.Begin slideshow

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