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ACE-FX have been delivering travel money across the UK since 2007. Order online today for free delivery, receive your currency within 48 hours. All post orders are fully insured and tracked by Royal Mail.
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Since 2019, Manor FX buy and sell over 150 currencies from Albania to Zambia. Closed currencies? Off the beaten track? We've got you covered. We buy and sell travel money for currencies not offered by others, at great rates with no commission. Delivered fast with Royal Mail Special Delivery.
Is now a good time to buy Qatar riyals? This chart shows the best Qatar riyal rates recorded each day from 17 August to yesterday so you can see the trend over the past 60 days.
More detailed historical data is available on our pound to Qatar riyal exchange rate history page.
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The best Qatar riyal exchange rate right now is 4.8280 based on our analysis of 2 currency suppliers across the UK.
The worst rate is 4.6375 which is 4.11% lower than the best rate. If you were buying £750 worth of Qatar riyals you'd get QR142.88 more by going with the best offer.
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The best Qatar riyal rates are offered online by companies that specialise in travel money and foreign exchange. Online travel money specialists have lower overheads than most high street shops and traditional bureau de change which means they have greater flexibility in their pricing and can usually offer the best rates on the market.
If you absolutely must buy your Qatar riyals in person it's still worth seeing if you can order online first on the supplier's website because you'll often get a better rate buy pre-ordering in advance before you collect your order.
On the high street, supermarkets tend to offer better Qatar riyal rates than travel agents and the worst rates are offered by banks and airports. If you've left it too late for home delivery (ideally three working days before you travel) or if you would prefer to buy your currency in person, use our Qatar riyal store finder to find the best Qatar riyal rates near you.
We couldn't find any supermarkets in the UK who are selling Qatar riyals right now. Please check back later.
The best time to buy Qatar riyals is when the pound is performing strongly relative to the Qatar riyal. That's the technically-correct answer, but it's not very helpful. What people really want to know is: how can I time the market just right to maximise the amount of Qatar riyals I get before I travel?
You can get a good idea of how competitive today's Qatar riyal rate is relative to the past using our historical pound to Qatar riyal charts, but beyond that it's impossible to say exactly when is the best time to buy.
If you have the luxury of time you can spread your Qatar riyal purchases out over multiple weeks or months, but the short answer is nobody knows when the best Qatar riyal rate is going to crop up; this isn't something you can control so you shouldn't worry about it - just buy your Qatar riyals whenever is convenient for you and get back to thinking about your holiday!
There is no evidence to suggest that you are better off buying your Qatar riyals in Qatar. Exchange rates are usually very similar to those on offer here in the UK, but if you wait until you're in Qatar you run the risk of being stuck with a poor exchange rate and little or no local competition to buy elsewhere. Also, you may have to pay additional fees or commission when buying Qatar riyals in Qatar, whereas when you buy in the UK you know exactly how much you are getting up front with no hidden surprises when you come to buy.
If you want to send money to a bank account in Qatar (or anywhere else in the world), you should use a money transfer service to send the funds for you. This is particularly useful for large or regular payments where the exchange rate is important, but you can use a money transfer service to send or receive funds between any overseas bank accounts (for example to pay for goods in Qatar, or receive Qatar riyals into your UK bank account).
Thousands of customers order travel money on our website every week and the vast majority experience no issues whatsoever. However, as with any online order the process is not entirely risk-free and you should exercise caution when sending money to any company, particularly if you pay by bank transfer.
We undertake strict and comprehensive checks on the companies that we feature, and we monitor them all on a regular basis to ensure they continue to meet our high standards. Having said that, no company is too big to fail and we cannot guarantee the solvency of any of the suppliers who appear on our website. For this reason, we recommend that you conduct your own due diligence before placing an order with any company.
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Until 1966, Qatar used the Indian rupee as its currency, in the form of Gulf rupees. When India devalued the rupee in 1966, Qatar, along with the other states using the Gulf rupee, chose to introduce its own currency.