Post Office exchange rates

Today's latest Post Office travel money exchange rates, updated 2 minutes ago at 6:25pm

The Post Office have 55 currencies in stock and ready to order now. Buy online and get your currency delivered securely to your door, or collect your order from one of over 11,000 Post Office Bureau de Change branches across the UK.

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Post Office travel money rates

These are the latest Post Office exchange rates available right now. You must buy or reserve your currency online to guarantee these rates or you may be given a lower rate in-store.

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We compare hundreds of exchange rates from dozens of currency suppliers across the UK. Select a currency below to see how the Post Office's rates compare against other providers. Bear in mind that exchange rates aren't the only important factor when it comes to getting the best deal; commission, card surcharges and delivery costs can all affect the final amount of currency you'll receive. You can see the full range of currency deals on offer right now on our travel money comparisons.

Euros

Travel money order limits and fees

The Post Office have a minimum order value of £400 for in-store collection and £400 for home delivery. The maximum amount you can order is £2,500 for collection and £2,500 for delivery. Delivery is free for orders over £500, otherwise a £4.99 delivery charge will apply.

Travel money for in-store collection
Minimum order amount£400
Maximum order amount£2,500
Surcharge for payment by debit cardNone
Surcharge for payment by credit cardNone
Travel money for home delivery
Minimum order amount£400
Maximum order amount£2,500
Minimum order amount for free delivery£500
Delivery charge for orders under free delivery amount£4.99
Surcharge for payment by debit cardNone
Surcharge for payment by credit cardNone

Latest Post Office reviews

Our users have rated the Post Office Poor in 685 reviews. Read more on our Post Office reviews page.

Peter

I've never had any problems ordering Euros from the Abby Post Office. They tried to encourage me to have a travel card but I prefer to have the cash in my pocket.

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Ali Copter

Byers beware, I changed £500 at the local post office and received their lowest rate, If I had changed £501 rate would have been better,but I was unaware of this. If you exchange via the post office pre order on line is the best option.

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Kurt

Just bought £300 of euros from local post office. Assumed exchange rate would be much-of-a muchness compared to other providers, so didn't ask before purchasing. When I got home I looked at the receipt and saw I had got 1.06 euro to the pound. When [...]

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