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Post Office Currency Exchange Rates

Check today's latest Post Office exchange rates for 0 major world currencies that are in stock now. These rates were last updated 24624348 minutes ago and refer to the Post Office's online rates - you may get a lower rate if you walk in off the street without ordering in advance first (see: online vs. in-store rates). You can order your currency now at the rate below and pick it up from your local Post Office branch at no extra charge.

Post Office Travel Money Rates

Currency Exchange Rate £750 Buys Order Online

These may not be the best exchange rates on offer right now. Click here to compare the best exchange rates from dozens of leading UK currency suppliers.

Buying Currency with the Post Office

For the past seven years the Post Office have been voted "Best Foreign Exchange Provider" at the British Travel Awards. If you're looking to buy currency from a well-known high street brand then you can't go wrong with the Post Office as they offer travel money and holiday extras to suit any requirements.

Online or in-store: which is better?

Ordering online is almost always better for the simple reason that there are less overheads to cover when the sale is carried out over the internet. This means it costs the Post Office less to process your order, and as a result these savings are passed directly on to you. Also, individual Post Office branches are allowed to set their own daily exchange rates which are never as good as the rates that appear on their website (we've listed them in the table above) so you will always get a better deal if you order online.

Luckily you can buy your travel money online through the Post Office website and have your currency delivered to your local branch where you can pick it up for free at your convenience. This means you can order and pay on the Post Office's website, receive the better online exchange rate and still pick your currency up from your local branch at no extra cost. We always recommend our visitors compare the best exchange rates first, but if you definitely want to go with the Post Office then make sure you order online through the Post Office website.

Free Next Day delivery

When buying currency at the Post Office you can place your order up to five days in advance for free Next Day delivery to your local Post Office for in-branch collection or to your home if you order before 3pm on a working day. A Saturday delivery service is also available for a small charge. We advise you to order your travel money as soon as possible to avoid any last minute delivery problems.

Post Office Click & Collect Travel Money

Like most retailers you can now Click & Collect your Post Office travel money via the Post Office website. When buying online the Post Office exchange rates improve with each multiple of £500 you buy; so £500-£999 will get you a certain rate, £1000-£1499 will get you an even better rate, £1500-£1999 will be even better still, and so on up to £2500. Note the minimum order with the Post Office is £400.

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