Exchange Rate - pounds to euros - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HotUKDeals, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HotUKDeals app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit

Exchange Rate - pounds to euros

£0.00 @
im going to be changing some pounds for euros this week, anyone have any idea where i can get best deal or any tips, thanks a lot Read More
jonesytheblade Avatar
7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
im going to be changing some pounds for euros this week, anyone have any idea where i can get best deal or any tips, thanks a lot
jonesytheblade Avatar
7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
Options

All Comments

(18) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
#1
personally i only use thomson or first choice as you can pay £3.50 so when u come bk with loads of currency they will give u the same exchange rate as you paid, it is only for the first 200 or 250, which they dont tell u about, and which we found out in april.
#2
I always have found Travelex to give best rates, also u can order on line, collect @ airport.
http://www.travelex.co.uk/uk/
#3
http://travelmoney.moneysavingexpert.com/

good news is its on its way up after a lull
#4
Nationwide Flexaccount...use the card in an ATM overseas .. :thumbsup:
#5
Inactive
Nationwide Flexaccount...use the card in an ATM overseas .. :thumbsup:


why?

its not free anymore is it

thought that santander/abbey account was the 1 to have these days for free transactions
#6
free in europe i believe though
#7
casparwhite
why?

its not free anymore is it

thought that santander/abbey account was the 1 to have these days for free transactions


Free in Europe and still good value elsewhere.

Which card from Shabbey would be better?
#8
i always find marks n sparks r good when it comes to exchange rate
#9
Inactive
Free in Europe and still good value elsewhere.

Which card from Shabbey would be better?


its santander zero card also think the post office may do it as well.....both credit cards tho
#10
post office have some **** rates.
#11
MightyWah
I always have found Travelex to give best rates, also u can order on line, collect @ airport.
http://www.travelex.co.uk/uk/


post office not far behind when i looked for dollars
#12
casparwhite
its santander zero card also think the post office may do it as well.....both credit cards tho


Well no good for currency exchange because all credit cards make a charge for cash withdrawals/ transactions, which this would be classed as.
#13
Emmamed
post office not far behind when i looked for dollars


You would get 1.16 Euro using a Nationwide Flexaccount Visa Debit Card.
#14
Inactive
Well no good for currency exchange because all credit cards make a charge for cash withdrawals/ transactions, which this would be classed as.


One of the best options for holidaymakers is the Santander Zero Card (formerly the Abbey Zero Card). It has no foreign exchange loading fee anywhere in the world meaning you always benefit from the best exchange rate, and there is no cash withdrawal fee either.:) However, if you plan to use the card for withdrawals bear in mind that there is still a cash withdrawal interest rate of 27.9% - even if you pay off your balance in full.:o

Another alternative is the Post Office Credit Card. Though it doesn't offer fee free withdrawals like Santander - it charges a 2.5% fee - there are no foreign exchange loading fees anywhere in the world.:)

Nationwide offers a third choice with its Gold Card, which charges no loading fees in Europe. However, bear in mind that it charges 0.84% elsewhere in the world and that this will rise to 1% in July. It also carries a 2.5% withdrawal fee.:)

Customers who bank with Nationwide may therefore be better off using the FlexAccount Visa Debit Card, which has no loading fee within Europe and also offers fee and interest-free cash withdrawals. However, those travelling further afield should note that, outside Europe, it too carries a 0.84% loading fee that is set to increase to 1% in July
. :thumbsup:

tbh i always take sterling with me always get a better rate
#15
casparwhite




tbh i always take sterling with me always get a better rate


I used to, but I now use the Nationwide Card, nowhere have I found a better rate than the one given by them, it is always slightly higher than the currency exchange places in the tourist area's.

I go to Spain every few weeks.;-)
#16
Inactive
I used to, but I now use the Nationwide Card, nowhere have I found a better rate than the one given by them, it is always slightly higher than the currency exchange places in the tourist area's.

I go to Spain every few weeks.;-)


fair do's, im usually somewhere a little more tropical so sterling works for me in asia or my oz bank account;-)
#17
In fairness, is it true that there's not actually THAT much difference if you go to say marks n spencers or the post office?
I think there's only gonna be a couple of quid difference isnt there?
I'm off to Ayia Napa in 6 days n will need to get me some eurooooos so will be checkin some of these linkys out.
#18
usually the cheque centres are the best place but they tend to shaft you when they change it back

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!