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Where would you get a decent rate to buy euros?

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Going to Europe and looking to buy some euros, not in thousands but few hundred. Thanks Read More
Vik2ra Avatar
1m, 3w agoPosted 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Going to Europe and looking to buy some euros, not in thousands but few hundred. Thanks
Vik2ra Avatar
1m, 3w agoPosted 1 month, 3 weeks ago
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If you go to the Martin Lewis money saver site just type in currency that take you to a link fill in the details and that will show you the best rate you can get in your area or further afield depending on what radius you put in

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#1
Try 2009
#2
prash_2k
Try 2009
What?
#3
Vik2ra
prash_2k
Try 2009
What?
do we have a clown in the chat?
banned#4
TheMoneyShop
#5
Try comparison websites for latest deals.
#6
If you go to the Martin Lewis money saver site just type in currency that take you to a link fill in the details and that will show you the best rate you can get in your area or further afield depending on what radius you put in
#7
currency fx have always given me the best rate and despite me having a nervous few days as it's by bank transfer they have always been fine
#8
The Post Office Foreign Currency ON LINE .... not at the post office counter! Worth checking, sometimes they beat all others and can deliver through your letterbox
#9
Get a Revolut card, you top it up and use it when abroad and it always gives you the best interbank rates.
I have used in the USA and Europe and it has been great.
https://revolut.com/
#10
Post office x
#11
barneyonion
Get a Revolut card, you top it up and use it when abroad and it always gives you the best interbank rates.
I have used in the USA and Europe and it has been great.https://revolut.com/
Thank you
#12
Try John Lewis.
#13
Vik2ra

Going to Europe and looking to buy some euros, not in thousands but few hundred. Thanks

Where exactly are you going?

I mostly find exchanging sterling abroad gives best rate.
#14
Cash on a card at a good rate try weswap.
Has good customer care.
#15
Vik2ra
Vik2ra
prash_2k
Try 2009
What?
do we have a clown in the chat?


Did u mange to make your time machine then...?
I don't think comments likes 'go to John Lewis' are gonna help you much.

And for a few hindered quid you'd waste more money in Petrol or bus fair. Better to go to your local exchange.
#16
A couple of cents is going to make very little difference on a few hundred quid.

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