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Revolut question

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Hey guys I have just topped up my revolut card, more than I intend to spend but natwest royally screwed me so I need the extra money to be safe. Anyway, since revolut converts as you spend is th… Read More
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8m, 3w agoPosted 8 months, 3 weeks ago
Hey guys

I have just topped up my revolut card, more than I intend to spend but natwest royally screwed me so I need the extra money to be safe.

Anyway, since revolut converts as you spend is there any benefit (or downside) to converting it all to EUR and converting anything left over when back? I assume it's more of a gamble like "mm the rates are high now may aswell convert cause it won't get better" but I don't know about any of this so for me I should just leave it as gbp I assume?
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8m, 3w agoPosted 8 months, 3 weeks ago
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if you think rate will improve leave as gbp and you can use it here for card payment.. I've got some dollars left on mine but due to rate being rubbish I'm just leaving to next us trip.
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We've just got back from Croatia and used the Revolut card when away, it's brilliant. Personally I'd leave anything left on the card in sterling. I don't think the euro is going to gain ground against the pound short term. Will probably change once we trigger article 50.

Edited By: booky on Oct 01, 2016 17:41

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