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need to change £1000 to euros today....

kirstyPM5L Avatar
7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months ago
how do I find the best rate please? Ive kept putting it off but my boyfriend has given me my orders for today!! somebody please tell me the best place to change it up please please please please! xx
kirstyPM5L Avatar
7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months ago
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1 Like #1
i thought it was marks and spencers, or the post office.
1 Like #2
they offer the best rates - http://www.thomasexchange.co.uk/
1 Like #3
I did mine through the post office website.
Got £3 back with quidco for £500 which included free delivery.
Maybe you can get two orders of £500 and get £6.
1 Like #4
C.E.C 1.1225
Travelex 1.1105
Natwest 1.0948
Thomas cook 1.1000
Marks & Spencer 1.0861
Post Office 1.0934
#5
thanks everyone rep'd xx
#6
greg_68
C.E.C 1.1225
Travelex 1.1105
Natwest 1.0948
Thomas cook 1.1000
Marks & Spencer 1.0861
Post Office 1.0934


sorry I'm thick but which is better? the higher numbers?:oops:
1 Like #7
also try tesco instore too
1 Like #8
Yes, the numbers mean you you get that many euros for 1 pound.
Therefore the higher the number, the more euros you get.
#9
kirsty1981
sorry I'm thick but which is better? the higher numbers?:oops:


Yeah, that's how many Euro's you will get per pound.

Best to worst swing on the high street over £1000 is only approx £5-10 anyway so it probably comes down which is going to be the easiest / cheapest place to get them from.
#10
so the post offices your best bet? x
1 Like #11
I'm being thick too ... where's CEC?
#12
kerri_<3_bargain
so the post offices your best bet? x


No C.E.C is
banned#13
Am i the only one that sees whats wrong with this post? This girl is under her boyfriends thumb, so so wrong.
#14
magough
I'm being thick too ... where's CEC?


lmaoo +1

xxxx
1 Like #15
Try this

http://travelmoney.moneysavingexpert.com/

You'll find the best rate in there...
#16
magough
No C.E.C is


http://www.bestexchange.co.uk/Travel%20Money%20.html

It is possible to get 1.14 if you can wait till December.
#17
lumoruk
Am i the only one that sees whats wrong with this post? This girl is under her boyfriends thumb, so so wrong.


I agree! :-D
1 Like #18
went to Spain 2 weeks ago, in the uk the rate was 1.08 in Spain the lowest rate offered was 1.11 up to 1.15
#19
pjas
went to Spain 2 weeks ago, in the uk the rate was 1.08 in Spain the lowest rate offered was 1.11 up to 1.15


do you think I should change some up here then take english cash over there and change it up as we need it?
#20
kirsty1981
do you think I should change some up here then take english cash over there and change it up as we need it?


Sounds like a plan.

Will he be happy with you only doing half the job he ordered you to tho?
#21
M & S usually have best exchange rate ,i think they also price match , , also i have noticied when i go away i take about £100 in euros and rest in gbp , as the exchange rate is usually higher on holiday than here , as the guys abroad save our pounds and exchange them in the winter when the rate is higher
#22
greg_68
Sounds like a plan.

Will he be happy with you only doing half the job he ordered you to tho?


probably not lol but I'll just blame you lot :-D:p thanks for all your help! xx
#23
kirsty1981
probably not lol but I'll just blame you lot :-D:p thanks for all your help! xx


Be honest, it's his cash, :p
#24
I've just been into town to open up a flexaccount at nationwide (moneysavingexpert says this is the best debit card to use abroad) going to put all of our holiday money in this account and use the card but will change up £200 to euros before we go.... is this a good plan? spoke to my master and he's ok with it :-D
banned#25
I heard nationwide had started charging for certain countries? If its free then this is your safest option.
#26
lumoruk
I heard nationwide had started charging for certain countries? If its free then this is your safest option.


starting july they will be charging 1% for all currencey converting transactions but as I'm going to Portugal I wont be charged any other fees for using my visa yay! (I think thats right anyway, just been reading off the website) :-D didn't really want to carry a load of cash about, thanks for all your advice x
#27
lumoruk
Am i the only one that sees whats wrong with this post? This girl is under her boyfriends thumb, so so wrong.


Hey! Orders...are orders...lol

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