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Currency Supplier£750 BuysTTD RateCustomer RatingOrder Online
$6,138.38Free Delivery 1 GBP = 8.1845 TTD 130 Reviews Buy Now


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ICE offer free next day delivery on orders over £700 if ordered before 3pm. Saturday delivery available for 99p. 0% commission and no hidden costs on over 50 currencies and click and collect available from 25 locations nationwide including airport locations for convenience.


14th Floor Portland House
Bressenden Place

  • FCA Registered: No
  • FCA Authorised: No

Last updated 31 minutes ago.

Home Delivery

Order over 50 currencies for home delivery with same day despatch if ordered before 3pm. Free delivery on orders over £700. Various delivery charges apply below this amount.

Click & Collect

Apply for a voucher to print off and take to your chosen pick up location to get the discounted click and collect rate of the day. Pay on collection.

Payment Methods

The payment method you choose determines how you are financially protected if something goes wrong.

ICE PLC accept the following payment methods:

  • Cash (in-store collection only)
  • Bank Transfer
  • Debit Card
$6,036.30Free Delivery 1 GBP = 8.0484 TTD 468 Reviews Buy Now

Post Office

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Order your travel money online with the Post Office and collect it in any Post Office branch or get it delivered to your door for free. If you order more than £1000 of currency you will get an even better enhanced rate.

Post Office

20 Finsbury Street

  • FCA Registered: Yes
  • FCA Authorised: Yes

Last updated 31 minutes ago.

Home Delivery

Order for home delivery with Royal Mail special secured delivery. Delivery is free on orders over £500 and £4.99 under that amount.

Click & Collect

Order online for collection at over 11,000 branches. Over 3000 are open 7 days a week. With our euro and US dollar click and collect express you can pick up in 2 hours.

Payment Methods

The payment method you choose determines how you are financially protected if something goes wrong.

Post Office accept the following payment methods:

  • Cash (in-store collection only)
  • Credit Card
  • Debit Card

Trinidad & Tobago dollar exchange rate over the past 90 days

This chart shows the best Trinidad & Tobago dollar exchange rate recorded at the end of each day from our panel of UK currency suppliers. For more historical rates, see our British pound to Trinidad & Tobago dollar exchange rate history page.

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We compare the best pound to Trinidad & Tobago dollar exchange rates from dozens of the UK's biggest currency suppliers including the Post Office, supermarkets, high street banks and specialist online travel money providers so you can see in an instant who is offering the top deals.

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Prepaid Currency Cards

A secure and flexible alternative to cash. Open an account, add funds to your card and use it anywhere in Trinidad & Tobago or the rest of the world at the fraction of the cost of traditional UK bank cards.

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Click & Collect Trinidad & Tobago dollars

Our unique Click & Collect service can help you to find your nearest currency supplier so you can order online and pick your currency up in-store or at the airport.

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Currency Buy Back

If you've returned from holiday with some leftover Trinidad & Tobago dollars, exchange them back into pounds sterling at the best buy back rate. Post your currency or exchange it at your nearest store, no receipt necessary.

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How do I buy Trinidad & Tobago dollars?

Using our comparison form at the top of the page, enter the amount of Trinidad & Tobago dollars you want to buy, select your preferred payment method(s) and click 'Compare Deals'. We'll return a list of UK currency suppliers who are selling Trinidad & Tobago dollars right now along with their latest exchange rates and delivery information. The results are sorted in order of who is offering the most Trinidad & Tobago dollars after all fees and delivery charges have been added which means the best deals are always at the top of the table. Choose the supplier you want to order with and follow the link to their website where you can place your order with them directly.

When is the best time to buy Trinidad & Tobago dollars?

The golden question! You can use tools like our historical Trinidad & Tobago dollar rate chart to identify overall trends in the market which may help you to decide if now is a good time to buy relative to the past. You can also hedge your bets by buying half your currency now and half just before you travel. If you need to buy Trinidad & Tobago dollars within the next couple of weeks, it's likely that the day-to-day changes in the exchange rate won't make a huge difference to the amount of currency you'll receive anyway, so unless you're buying tens of thousands of pounds worth our advice is to not worry about trying to perfectly time the market and instead just buy whenever is most convenient for you.

If you have more time before you need to buy, why not sign up to our monthly newsletter where we often feature currency sales and special deals ahead of time. In any case, you can be confident that the rates we compare above are some of the best on the market and you'll be hard-pressed to find a better deal online or in the high street.

Can I collect my Trinidad & Tobago dollars in person?

Yes, some currency suppliers do allow you to collect Trinidad & Tobago dollars from them in person. We have a dedicated Click & Collect page where you can find the nearest supplier in your area. If you plan on collecting in person, we recommend ordering or reserving your Trinidad & Tobago dollars online first on the supplier's website to guarantee the exchange rate. Some suppliers offer lower exchange rates if you walk in off the street, but you can usually order online in advance and collect your currency in store at the better online rate.

How long does Delivery take?

Most currency suppliers will dispatch your order on the same or next working day after they receive your payment, and all orders are sent via Royal Mail Special Delivery which is a fully-insured and guaranteed Next Working Day service. However, just in case any unexpected delays crop up we recommend ordering no later than 3 working days before you are due to travel. If you've left it too late for home delivery, check out our Click & Collect page to find a local Trinidad & Tobago dollar supplier near you. We cover most UK airports, so in the worst case scenario you can reserve your currency online (at the better online rate) and pick it up from the departure lounge before you fly.

Do I have to be at home when my currency is delivered?

No. All currency is sent by Royal Mail Special Delivery which is a fully-insured and guaranteed Next Working Day service. Somebody at your address will need to sign for the package but if nobody is home when the postman attempts to deliver, they'll leave a missed delivery card and you can either collect the package from your nearest sorting office or arrange for it to be re-delivered on a more convenient day.

Can I have my Trinidad & Tobago dollars sent to a different address?

Generally, no. This is ultimately at the discretion of the currency supplier, but most suppliers will only deliver to the home address of the person paying for the currency (i.e. the card or bank account holder's address). This is for security reasons because a signature is required when the currency is delivered, and signatures from work or other addresses can be unreliable and difficult to prove.

What happens if the package goes missing during delivery?

All currency is sent by Royal Mail Special Delivery which is a fully-insured and guaranteed Next Working Day service. This type of postage is more secure than standard post and is meant specifically for high-value and important items because tracking is enabled by default and a signature is required as proof of delivery. It is very rare for a Special Delivery package to go missing, but in the unlikely event that it does you will be completely reimbursed by Royal Mail for the full value of the currency and the cost of postage.

What payment method should I use?

The payment method you choose is important because it affects whether or not you pay any extra fees during checkout, and also whether you are financially protected in the unlikely event that something goes wrong with the supplier. We have written a more detailed guide about choosing a payment method on our blog: A guide to payment methods.

Are there any limits on the amount of Trinidad & Tobago dollars I can order?

Most, but not all, currency suppliers have a minimum and a maximum amount you can order from them, however we automatically factor these into our comparisons so if you tell us exactly how much you want to spend we'll only return suppliers that can fulfill your request. Most suppliers also have a minimum amount that you can order from them to qualify for free home delivery; if you order less than this amount you can still get your order delivered by you'll have to pay for postage. Again, we automatically factor these charges into our comparisons so you don't need to worry about any hidden costs during checkout.

Is ordering online safe and secure?

All of the currency suppliers we compare use SSL encryption as standard on their ordering pages. This means that when you place an order, a secure connection is created between you and the supplier and your personal and payment details are transmitted using the same level of encryption as online banking.

Am I financially protected if something goes wrong with the supplier?

The level of financial protection you receive is determined by the payment method you choose. For more information see our FAQ above: What payment method should I use?

What checks does Compare Holiday Money carry out on the listed suppliers?

All currency suppliers are required to complete a comprehensive onboarding questionnaire before we list them on the Compare Holiday Money website. This questionnaire provides us with information on the supplier's background, financial history, directors and technical capabilities, as well as document any legal and regulatory requirements the supplier may have. Our compliance team verify the answers by cross-referencing them with various online registers such as Companies House, the Supervised Business Register and the Financial Conduct Authority, and we then make a decision as to whether to list them. Once a supplier has been listed we run regular audits to check the ongoing status and accuracy of the information provided, and if any issues are flagged up we immediately suspend the listing until the supplier corrects the issue or provides us with clarification. Despite these stringent checks, we cannot guarantee the solvency of any suppliers who appear on the Compare Holiday Money website and we urge all customers to conduct their own research before transacting with a company.

Do I need to provide ID or other documents?

It depends. You may need to provide some ID, typically a copy of your passport or driver's licence, depending on how much currency you are ordering. Most suppliers won't ask for ID if you're ordering less than £1,000 but most will if you're ordering £2,500 or more. If you're ordering £10,000 or more you may need to provide additional information on the source of the funds. The exact requirements vary from supplier to supplier, but they will make it clear what form(s) of ID and other documents they require before you place an order.

Can I sell back any unused Trinidad & Tobago dollars?

Yes, we have a section of our website dedicated to currency buybacks: Exchange Trinidad & Tobago dollars for pounds sterling.

Can I send money to a bank account in Trinidad & Tobago instead?

Yes, we can facilitate the transfer of currency into an overseas bank account; see our Money Transfers page for more information.

The Trinidad & Tobago dollar is the official currency of the Republic of Trinidad & Tobago. The currency code is TTD and the symbol is the traditional dollar symbol $ prefixed with TT$ to distinguish it from other dollar-denominated currencies. The modern Trinidad & Tobago dollar has been in circulation since 1964; two years after Trinidad & Tobago became independent from the United Kingdom. The currency is issued and regulated by the Central Bank of Trinidad & Tobago, and like other dollar currencies; one TT$ can be subdivided into 100 cents. Coins are minted in denominations of 5¢, 10¢ and 25¢. 50¢ and TT$1 coins are also struck but are rarely used. The government stopped minting 1¢ coins in 2014 and began rounding prices in 2018 as part of a plan to phase out the coin due its low value. As a result, 1¢ coins are no longer legal tender but banks will exchange them indefinitely providing they are in multiples of 5¢. All coins feature the Trinidad & Tobago Coat of Arms. Banknotes feature images of the Central Bank Building of Trinidad $amp; Tobago on one side, and the Trinidad & Tobago Coat of Arms, a national bird and an important place in Trinidad on the other. Banknotes in current circulation are issued in denominations of TT$1, TT$5, TT$10, TT$20, TT$50 and TT$100.

British citizens do not need a visa to visit Trinidad & Tobago. Visitors are generally given 90 days to remain in the country, but extensions can be made once you are there. You must have a valid return ticket and have enough funds to cover the duration of your proposed stay. For more details on these and other entry requirements, refer to the High Commission of Trinidad and Tobago website. Only machine-readable travel documents are accepted for entry into and exit out of Trinidad & Tobago so your passport should be in good condition and must be valid for a minimum period of six months starting from the date you arrive. More information on travelling to Trinidad $amp; Tobago can be found on the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office website.