Get the best exchange rate by comparing travel money deals from the UK's top foreign exchange providers
|Cayman Islands dollars||0.8845||0.9615|
|Central Pacific francs||123.72||125.876|
|Costa Rican colones||590.047||667.509|
|Eastern Caribbean dollars||3.0469||3.2389|
|Hong Kong dollars||8.8456||9.7606|
|New Zealand dollars||1.8684||2.0225|
|South African rand||21.695||23.39|
|South Korean won||1466.81||1611|
|Trinidad and Tobago dollars||7.3977||8.0033|
|United Arab Emirates dirham||4.32||4.593|
It's important to shop around for the best currency deals if you want to maximise your holiday money. Right now, there's a 4.4% difference between the best and worst euro exchange rates available online. It may not sound like a lot, but that's an instant saving of £44 if you were buying £1000 worth - just by choosing the best place to exchange your cash. Less-common currencies offer even more potential savings: you could get 13.5% more Turkish lira by going with the best deal. For Indian rupees, the saving is 7.8%, and for Thai baht it's 9.4%. That's a lot of extra Mekhong!
However, exchange rates aren't the only important factor when it comes to getting the best currency deal. Commission, delivery fees and payment surcharges can all affect the amount of currency you'll receive, which is why it's important to use a comparison website to check the best deals for you.
Our travel money comparisons can help you to get a great deal on your currency. We compare the exchange rates from a wide range of different providers, along with their fees and any other charges, so you can see how their rates stack up after all costs have been included. You can choose how you want to pay and whether you want to pick your currency up in person or get it delivered to your door. We'll even show you exclusive online-only deals that aren't available on the high street! Comparing is quick and easy - just select the currency you want to buy, tell us how much you want to spend and we'll do the rest.
It's almost always cheaper to buy your currency online compared to buying in-store.
If you're spending less than £300, it can be more cost-effective to buy your currency in-store because the delivery charge may cancel out any savings you might have made on the exchange rate if you bought online. However, some currency suppliers charge a handling or processing fee for small orders when you buy in-store, so it's worth checking beforehand if you're only spending a smaller amount.
We recommend you place your order at least three working days before you need your currency. Most currency suppliers will dispatch your order on the same day they receive your payment if you pay before lunchtime, otherwise they'll post it on the next working day. Your order will be sent via Royal Mail Special Delivery which is a fully tracked and insured service that's guaranteed by Royal Mail to arrive on the next working day.