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Currency - Euro

rorynolan Avatar
9y, 7m agoPosted 9 years, 7 months ago
Hi there.

Looking to get some Euro travellers cheques + a small amount of Euro notes.
Any ideas of the best place to buy these online and get delivered.
I know the Post Office do it but there not always the cheapest.

Thanks
rorynolan Avatar
9y, 7m agoPosted 9 years, 7 months ago
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#1
This maybe of interest, depending on how much you need and when you need it for.

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#2
Not sure about online but travel agents will do them obviously, but if you get a rate in one shop around and see whos is the better one. For mine i went to first choice got a rate but then said we will come back after checking the post office, she immediately said she could match that.
#3
marks and spencers always beat the post office, and its commission free.
#4
i agree with Lu - M and S every time!
#5
travelling on Saturday so can't use the crown service.

M&S sounds good but you cannot pay online using a Visa - some techie problem and my nearest M&S exchange is miles away.

Thanks for the replies.
:giggle:
#6
Have a looksie at good old MSE:thumbsup:
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#7
If you are in London, head to Edgware Road (Marble Arch tube station). The currency dealers there will normally offer rates up to 10% better than any retail outlet (Post Office, Thompsons etc). I recently changed some dollars and they offered me a rate 1 cent inside of the official bank rate with no other charges (ie. if official rate is 2.00, i got 1.99).
#8
You don't really get travellers cheques anymore, they are being phased out. American Express now do a travellers cheque card, all the same protection that the cheques had but just on a card. You withdraw your cash from ATMs, however be aware that there is a charge for every withdrawl so best to take the maximum daily amount to keep the charges to a minimum.

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