If you are looking to travel to the city of Dubai in the United Arab of Emirates we have a list below of the top 15 Dubai currency suppliers based in the UK. These Dubai currency suppliers can exchange your pounds to UAE Dirham which is the currency used in the city of Dubai and the country of United Arab of Emirates.
The Dirham exchange rates below were last updated 1 minute ago and the suppliers are ranked in the order of the best Dirham exchange rates first. We update this list every 10 minutes, 24 hours a day and pull the UAE Dirham exchange rates directly through from the currency suppliers' websites for your comparison:
Follow these 3 simple steps to buy Dubai currency online:
All orders are sent via Royal Mail Special Delivery which is a next working day service and insured for up to £2,500 (orders over this value will usually be split into separate packages). A signature will be required on delivery, otherwise a calling card is left which allows you to arrange re-delivery or pick your order up from your local sorting office.
We are often asked how long before you travel should you place your order? Most orders have a turnaround time of 3 working days providing everything goes smoothly, but just in case we would recommend ordering no later than a week before you are due to travel. This gives the Dubai currency supplier 5 working days to process and despatch your order which should be plenty of time. The most common reason for delayed orders comes from customers not including their order reference number with their payment, followed by entering an incorrect or misspelled address for the payment details. To avoid this, be sure to enter the address that your bank has on file when asked for the payment address. If you have any questions or concerns along the way, you can of course contact the supplier by phone or email and their customer services team will be glad to guide you.
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Posted by Matthew Weston on 24th March 2017
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