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Hi As the title says really ^^^^ Looking to buy around £1000 worth Thanks Read More
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banned8y, 10m agoPosted 8 years, 10 months ago
Hi
As the title says really ^^^^
Looking to buy around £1000 worth

Thanks
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banned8y, 10m agoPosted 8 years, 10 months ago
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#2
Travelex always work for me and they beat M&S

http://www.travelex.co.uk/uk/
#3
try this link to moneysaving expert website.

http://travelmoney.moneysavingexpert.com/

have used this many a time and always got a rate I couldn`t beat.
#4
humanuk
try this link to moneysaving expert website.

http://travelmoney.moneysavingexpert.com/

have used this many a time and always got a rate I couldn`t beat.


Thanks humanuk. Great post. :thumbsup: Rep added
#5
I use [url]www.no1currenvy.com[/url] in my local city centre as they seem to offer a slightly better rate than marks & spencer

I got $1000 today and worked out at £521.64 and the exchange rate was 1.917
#6
dude im in america RIGHT THIS SECOND.....and i have found its cheaper jst to pull money straight out the hole in the wall....im getting almost 2.00 to the Pound....all im getting charged is 3 pounds to use another bank!
banned#7
scotland88
dude im in america RIGHT THIS SECOND.....and i have found its cheaper jst to pull money straight out the hole in the wall....im getting almost 2.00 to the Pound....all im getting charged is 3 pounds to use another bank!


Ok couple of questions -
-: Do i have to apply for this or can I just take my cards straight there and do it
-: What cards work / which dont
-: Will using a Mastercard (Credit Card) be economical ?

Thanks
banned#8
v2drinkers
Using a credit card means you pay interest from the day you withdraw money and so is not best.
Use a debit card (visa cretified) and one of the best is nationwide ones you dont pay the extra charge for withdrawing overseas!


How will I know what the exchange rate is for doing this though ?

Thanks
#9
Crown Currency Exchange
#10
If you're only changing a grand it is hardly worth messing about chasing a few cents more.
Just pop into the post office, or some handy local bank.

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