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Sell East Caribbean Dollars online: Compare today's best East Caribbean Dollar buy back exchange rates

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Buy Back Rate: 3.5717
You Get: £139.99
Buy Back Rate: 3.6020
You Get: £138.81
Buy Back Rate: 3.6605
You Get: £136.59
Buy Back Rate: 3.6605
You Get: £136.59
Buy Back Rate: 3.7274
You Get: £134.14
Buy Back Rate: 3.7300
You Get: £134.05
Buy Back Rate: 3.7520
You Get: £133.26
Buy Back Rate: 3.7520
You Get: £133.26
Buy Back Rate: 3.8930
You Get: £128.44

Sell East Caribbean Dollars Online

In these days of online shopping it makes perfect sense to sell left over or unused currency after your holiday online. The online buy back currency dealers offer vastly superior exchange rates when buying currency this way as they can sell it on quickly at a profit without having to pay any banking fees in the interim.

The process for selling your currency is very easy. We provide our uniquely simple comparison tables that tell you the offer being made by each supplier for the amount of currency you have. Once you choose a supplier, fill in the form and then post off your currency. Once the currency has been verified as genuine then the cash value will be paid into your bank account. All in all it should take less than a week for the money to be in your bank. In the case of East Caribbean Dollars there are so few high street buyers interested in buying that currency that there is very little chance of you being offered a good deal anywhere but onine.

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7 Day Buy Back Rate History

Over the past week the East Caribbean Dollar buy back rate has improved by 0.38% from last Sunday's rate of 3.5852 to today's rate of 3.5717 which means $500 is worth £0.53 more today than it did a week ago. During this period the worst time to sell was on Sunday at 3.5852 and the best time to sell was on Wednesday at 3.5663.

90 Day Buy Back Rate History

The 90 day outlook has seen the East Caribbean Dollar buy back rate improve by 4.93% from 3.7568 on 20th May 2018 to 3.5717 today. Based on these figures, $500 is worth £6.90 more today than it did three months ago. The worst buy back rate we recorded was 3.7568 on 20th May 2018 and the best buy back rate we recorded was 3.5663 on 15th August 2018.

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