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Wheres the best place to exchange £-Euro's?

Unbelievable_Jeff Avatar
7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago
I'm going on holiday to Dublin on Wednesday, and have about £600 I need converting into Euros. I'm getting very confused, with everyone giving different advice! My bank offers 0% commission, which sounds appealing, but apparently has a poor rate, which isn't. Other people have recommended the post office, others say do it online.

So, has anyone here got any advice on converting my hard-earned £'s to Euro's?

Many thanks,
Unbelievable_Jeff Avatar
7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago

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1 Like #1
Tbh they are all pretty much the same, the difference if negligble unless you are going to be exchanging large amounts, Post Office is pretty good,
1 Like #2
Having seen rates in shop windows today Marks & Spencer looked to be the best at 1.0477, seems to be on the way back up the last few days as was under 1.03 a few days ago.....

The travelex website has previously been good for me, order online collect at the airport, so might be worth having a look
1 Like #3
You'd probably get the best rates by withdrawing your money from an ATM in Dublin
2 Likes #4
The travel money maximiser on MSE is good..
1 Like #5
I usually use Marks & spencers They dont charge commision but did see a rate of 1.05 but not sure what shop think it was holiday hypermarket but thats the best rate i have seen in a while
have a good time in Dublin
2 Likes #6
Look at the rates being offered
0% commission is meaningless
M&S were offering 1.04 for £1.00 this morning if that helps.
Have a great time I love Dublin :thumbsup: and all that black velvet drink and double cream mmmmm
1 Like #7
First thing is to find a time machine. Then go back 2 years. Everywhere will have a much better rate so you will not feel as pressured to find the best deal.
If only....
Repped all repliers, thanks for the help!

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