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NOK Rate
£750 Buys
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Rate: 12.2000
kr9,150.00inc. FREE delivery
Rate: 12.0870
kr9,065.25inc. FREE delivery
Rate: 12.0867
kr9,065.03inc. FREE delivery
Rate: 12.0540
kr9,040.50inc. FREE delivery
Rate: 12.0514
kr9,038.55inc. FREE delivery
Rate: 12.0450
kr9,033.75inc. FREE delivery
Rate: 12.0407
kr9,030.53inc. FREE delivery
Rate: 12.0346
kr9,025.95inc. FREE delivery
Rate: 12.0285
kr9,021.38inc. FREE delivery
Rate: 12.0077
kr9,005.78Collection only
Rate: 12.0762
kr8,984.69inc. £6.00 delivery
Rate: 11.9731
kr8,979.83inc. FREE delivery
Rate: 12.0611
kr8,974.06inc. £5.95 delivery
Rate: 11.9371
kr8,952.83inc. FREE delivery
Rate: 11.9140
kr8,935.50inc. FREE delivery
Rate: 11.9078
kr8,930.85inc. FREE delivery
Rate: 11.9015
kr8,926.13inc. FREE delivery
Rate: 11.8516
kr8,888.70inc. FREE delivery
Rate: 11.9393
kr8,859.08inc. £7.99 delivery
Rate: 11.8018
kr8,851.35inc. FREE delivery
Rate: 11.7745
kr8,830.88inc. FREE delivery
Rate: 11.7410
kr8,805.75inc. FREE delivery
Rate: 11.7234
kr8,792.55inc. FREE delivery
Rate: 11.7234
kr8,792.55inc. FREE delivery
Rate: 11.6132
kr8,709.90inc. FREE delivery

Buy Norwegian Krone Online

If you're travelling to Norway soon you'll want to get the best deal on your Norwegian Krone. Our free comparison service compares the best Norwegian Krone rates from the biggest currency suppliers in the UK so you can see at a glance who is offering the top deals. We are currently comparing 25 suppliers selling Norwegian Krone in the UK with exchange rates ranging from 11.6132 to 12.2000.

But wait, it gets better! Many of the top suppliers listed above offer us exclusive exchange rates that are better than any other website which means if you order through us you could save even more money. We are so confident that you won't find better Norwegian Krone exchange rates on any other UK website that we challenge you to let us know if you find a better deal!

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7 Day Exchange Rate History

Over the past week the Norwegian Krone has dropped by 2.25% from last Sunday's rate of 12.4804 to today's rate of 12.2000 which means £750 will buy you kr210.30 less now than it would have a week ago. During this period the best rate we recorded was 12.4804 on Sunday and the worst rate is 12.2000 recorded today.

90 Day Exchange Rate History

The 90 day outlook has seen the Norwegian Krone rate drop by 0.26% from 12.2317 on 13th July 2015 to 12.2000 today. Based on these figures, £750 would have bought you kr23.77 more three months ago that it would have today. We recorded a high rate of 12.7250 on 19th August 2015 and a low rate of 12.2000 recorded today.

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