Exchange Lebanese pounds to British pounds

Compare today's latest Lebanese pound to pound buy back rates and sell your Lebanese pounds online at the best price

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£116.37Appx. Postage £6.50 1 LBP = 0.0005 GBP2148.32 5 Reviews Sell Now

fourex

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Order your travel money online with fourex. We offer competitive rates on over 50 currencies; you can order your travel money online for delivery straight to your home with free next day delivery on all orders over £750. Customers can also exchange 150 currencies, coins and notes at our self-service kiosks.

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3 London Bridge Street
SE1 9SG

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Notes and coins

Lebanese pound buy back rate over the past 90 days

+3.24%

If you're selling Lebanese pounds, you want to exchange rate to be as low as possible because the amount of money you'll receive is calculated by dividing the amount of Lebanese pounds you have by the buy back rate.

The Lebanese pound buy back rate is currently 3.24% higher than it was 90 days ago, having increased from 2080.89 on the 25th November to 2148.32 today. This means LL250000 are worth £3.77 less today than they did back in November. During this period, the lowest rate we recorded was 2074.41 on the 26th November and the highest rate was 4042.15 on the 26th January.

For more historical Lebanese pound buy back rates dating back over years, see our Lebanese pound to British pound exchange rate history page.

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Do you buy back Lebanese pound coins?

Most suppliers do not buy back coins because they are expensive to post and difficult to exchange. However, there are some exceptions; we've indicated which suppliers accept coins in their extended descriptions which you can see by clicking 'More Details' in the results table above. If you have a large amount of coins it may be more cost-effective to sell them as scrap metal. In this case the coins are sold based on a fixed price per kilogram - please contact us for more information.

Can I sell multiple currencies at the same time?

Absolutely. Just indicate which currencies you have when you place your order and you'll be paid a lump sum for everything.

How should I post my Lebanese pounds?

When posting your Lebanese pounds you should use Royal Mail's Special Delivery service which is fully insured and guaranteed to arrive on the next working day. When you purchase Special Delivery you'll be given an option to insure the package for up to £2,500 (orders worth more than this can be split up into multiple packages) and you'll be given a receipt which contains a tracking number and proof of insurance.

The cost of Special Delivery varies depending on the amount you've insured the package for, but we estimate this cost for you in our comparison results above. You should ensure that your currency is securely packaged before you post it; we recommend you use a plastic tamper-proof envelope that you can obtain from the Post Office when you purchase Special Delivery. If you are in any doubt, just ask the Post Office clerk to check your package before you send it and they will advise you on whether it is suitably packaged and insured.

Is it safe to send Lebanese pounds in the post?

Yes, it is very safe. Packages sent by Special Delivery go through a more secure process than regular mail and can be tracked from the moment they enter the system right through to when they are delivered where they must be signed for by the supplier. It is very rare for Royal Mail to lose a Special Delivery package, but in the unlikely event that this does happen they will refund you the entire insured amount plus postage costs. You can also reclaim your postage costs if Royal Mail do not deliver your currency on time.

When and how do I get paid?

For orders sent by post you'll be paid by Bank Transfer within 3 working days from the day you currency is received. For orders exchanged in person you'll be paid immediately in cash.

Do I need to provide ID or any other documentation?

ID requirements and other documentation can vary from supplier to supplier so we recommend you check their website for specific instructions before you place an order.

No ID is usually required for small amounts of currency, although some suppliers may ask you to register with them online beforehand. For larger amounts you may be asked to provide some photographic ID, and for very large amounts you may also be asked to provide other documentation to verify your identity and/or the source of your funds.

What happens if the buy back rate changes before my Lebanese pounds have been received?

The Lebanese pound buy back rate you receive will be the prevailing rate on the day your currency is received. This rate does not change significantly from day to day but it does mean you may receive slightly more or slightly less than the amount quoted today.

What happens if I dispute the amount I am offered?

The Sterling amount offered for your Lebanese pounds should not change significantly from the amount quoted at the time you place your order, but if you're unhappy with the final amount the supplier will arrange to return your currency minus the cost of return postage.

Can I exchange my Lebanese pounds for a non-GBP currency?

Most suppliers will be happy to exchange your Lebanese pounds for a currency other than pounds sterling. There is no formal process for this so you'll need to speak to the supplier before you place your order. It most cases this will happen as two separate orders; i.e. your Lebanese pounds will be bought at the buy back rate quoted and you'll receive your new currency based on their current sell rate.

What happens if my Lebanese pounds are old, withdrawn or out-of-date?

Every so often, a country will update it's currency and issue a new set of notes or coins whilst simultaneously withdrawing the old ones. The withdrawn currency is usually accepted for a while after the issue of the new currency to allow a for graceful transition to take place, but eventually the old currency will cease to become legal tender. Once this happens, the old currency cannot usually be exchanged.

If you have one or more old notes or coins in your buy back order, most suppliers will return the affected currency to you or arrange for it to be recycled. If you're unsure whether the currency you have is still accepted, we recommend you contact the supplier beforehand and they will gladly help you to determine its status.

Paradoxically, some suppliers actually specialise in buying back currencies that are old and withdrawn - albeit at lower buy back rates than the ones advertised here. You can find out more by checking the supplier descriptions in the results table above.