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Due to our Christmas closure, we will not be despatching orders on the 24th, 25th & 31st of DECEMBER 2015, or on FRIDAY 1st JANUARY 2016.

As we all know, couriers and domestic postal services are exceptionally busy during this period. Please bear this in mind as goods may take a little longer to get delivered over the festive season.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your support and wish you a very happy and healthy 2017.

Merry Christmas from all at Go Travel!

Glenn Rogers


RFID Explained

RFID (Radio Frequency Identification), is the technology that lets you simply wave your credit card, passport or licence in front of a nearby scanner instead of having to slide the magnetic strip through it. It's a fairly simple concept. The electronic scanner sends a signal that is received by an antenna embedded into the card, which is connected to the card's RFID chip, thus activating it.

The data is stored on tiny little chips called RFID chips. These can be put into credit cards and other IDs like Biometric Passports, ID Cards, Oyster Cards and read at a distance in order to make your life more convenient.

The idea of our RFID products is that they contain a protective layer that should block the RFID signals thus preventing identity thieves from scanning or 'skimming' your cards etc and stealing the information.