Can you buy currency over the counter at Post Office?
You can order currency online for home delivery or collection in-branch, or go into selected branches to buy over the counter. If you bought your currency at a Post Office and your trip has been cancelled, then we operate a refund guarantee.
Does the post office exchange currency?
What do I do with any leftover currency? Unused currency can be exchanged for sterling at selected Post Office branches. You may need to produce your original Post Office receipt. Please click here to find your nearest branch.
Where is it best to exchange money?
Your bank or credit union is almost always the best place to exchange currency.
- Before your trip, exchange money at your bank or credit union.
- Once you’re abroad, use your financial institution’s ATMs, if possible.
- After you’re home, see if your bank or credit union will buy back the foreign currency.
What happens when my Post Office travel money Card expires?
When your card has expired and no replacement card has been issued your account will be closed. If an Available Balance remains on the Card and it is not redeemed within 12 months a monthly maintenance fee will be payable on each Card until there is no Available Balance remaining, Fees are displayed in Section 11.1.
Can I walk into a post office and get euros?
To get euros and US dollars quickly, use Post Office Click & Collect and your notes will be ready to collect at selected Post Office branches in just 2 hours*. We offer highly competitive rates, too.
Can I take euros back to the post office?
Once you get back home… If you bought your foreign currency at the Post Office, just show your receipt and we’ll buy back all your leftover travel money commission-free (notes only).
Can I walk into a Post Office and get euros?
Can I take my euros back to the post office?
If you got your foreign currency at the Post Office, and you are not travelling again you can sell back leftover notes without paying any commission at any Post Office branch by showing your receipt. It’s a good idea to have small- and medium-denomination notes rather than large.
Which supermarket has the best exchange rate?
Tesco, Asda and Sainsbury’s all offer travel money but their exchange rates vary. Sainsbury’s offers the best deal for Euros, while Asda offers the best deal for US Dollars. Below is a full list of their exchange rates and how they compare.
Is the Post Office Travel money card any good?
More secure than carrying lots of cash, they are becoming increasingly popular with families going on holiday. They are also convenient to use, easy to top-up while abroad and usually offer a better exchange rate than buying currency face-to-face in a branch, being the go-to option for savvy travellers.