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Sainsbury's Bank Travel Money
Online OrderStandard DeliveryEuro RateU.S. Dollar Rate
£100 to £2,500£4.75
Free on £500+
1.2361.594
Great rates on all foreign currencies, available now online. Free next day home delivery on all orders over £500 plus collect Nectar points on all online orders.
Post Office Travel Money
Online OrderStandard DeliveryEuro RateU.S. Dollar Rate
£400 to £2,500Free1.2231.576
Competitive rates on over 70 currencies. The more you buy the better the rate. Order online with free home delivery Monday to Friday or collect in branch.
Travelex Travel Money
Online OrderStandard DeliveryEuro RateU.S. Dollar Rate
£100 to £4,900£3.95
Free on £500+
1.2341.599
If you find a cheaper overall price, Travelex will refund the difference*. Collect from 40 store locations or get free next day home delivery on orders over £500 made before 3pm. *T&Cs apply.
ICICI Bank UK Travel Money
Online OrderStandard DeliveryEuro RateU.S. Dollar Rate
£200 to £2,500£5
Free on £700+
1.2441.602
Free home delivery for over 55 currencies on orders over £500. Unique 'Service Assurance' of £5 compensation on late dispatch. Guaranteed Saturday delivery at £0.99. Best currency provider by Which? (June 2012)
Covent Garden FX Travel Money
Online OrderStandard DeliveryEuro RateU.S. Dollar Rate
£350 to £7,500£6
Free on £1,000+
1.2561.611
Great rates and 0% commission on all currencies. Best rates guaranteed and free bank transfer. T&Cs apply.
You can order up to £7,500 online but this will be sent in £2,500 bundles. This may mean you need to pay some delivery charges.
ICE PLC Travel Money
Online OrderStandard DeliveryEuro RateU.S. Dollar Rate
£100 to £7,500£4.75
Free on £700+
1.2411.599
money.co.uk customers will receive a discounted rate of exchange on their first order. Plus, get a free £25 'Hotel Exclusives' voucher when you order £1,500 or more.
Ace-FX Travel Money
Online OrderStandard DeliveryEuro RateU.S. Dollar Rate
£100 to £2,500£5
Free on £750+
1.2471.604
Exchange rates that beat banks, bureau de change and the Post Office whether you want to buy or sell currency! Free special delivery for orders over £750.
Griffin Financial Travel Money
Online OrderStandard DeliveryEuro RateU.S. Dollar Rate
£300 to £2,500£5
Free on £650+
1.2421.603
Debenhams Travel Money
Online OrderStandard DeliveryEuro RateU.S. Dollar Rate
£0.01+-1.2361.595
Home delivery is not available. Use online voucher for in-store collection only.
Best Exchange Travel Money
Online OrderStandard DeliveryEuro RateU.S. Dollar Rate
-£7.501.2461.610
Not available online. Order in-store or by phone only.
ChangeGroup Travel Money
Online OrderStandard DeliveryEuro RateU.S. Dollar Rate
-£7.95
Free on £475+
1.2381.604
eurochange Travel Money
Online OrderStandard DeliveryEuro RateU.S. Dollar Rate
£10 to £2,010£4.99
Free on £400+
1.2391.595
First Choice Travel Money
Online OrderStandard DeliveryEuro RateU.S. Dollar Rate
£100 to £2,500£2.95
Free on £600+
1.2161.565
Halifax Travel Money
Online OrderStandard DeliveryEuro RateU.S. Dollar Rate
£50 to £2,500£51.2051.553
HSBC Travel Money
Online OrderStandard DeliveryEuro RateU.S. Dollar Rate
£100 to £2,500£3.95
Free on £250+
1.2101.557
M&S Bank Travel Money
Online OrderStandard DeliveryEuro RateU.S. Dollar Rate
£100 to £2,500£5
Free on £500+
1.2361.598
The rates listed are available only to M&S Cardholders (Terms & Conditions apply.) Non-cardholders will receive lower rates.
Moneycorp Travel Money
Online OrderStandard DeliveryEuro RateU.S. Dollar Rate
£250 to £2,500£5
Free on £500+
1.2451.605
NatWest Travel Money
Online OrderStandard DeliveryEuro RateU.S. Dollar Rate
£100 to £2,500£5
Free on £500+
1.2041.564
RBS Travel Money
Online OrderStandard DeliveryEuro RateU.S. Dollar Rate
£100 to £2,500£5
Free on £500+
1.2041.564
Santander Travel Money
Online OrderStandard DeliveryEuro RateU.S. Dollar Rate
£300 to £2,500£5
Free on £500+
1.2151.565

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How to Find the Best High Street Exchange Rates

Looking to travel to Europe? With the economic climate being somewhat unstable, getting the best deal for your foreign exchange can be tricky. Our guide will help you find the best euro exchange rates on the high street.

Piles Of Dollars

So, your bags are all packed and flights booked. All you need now is some money - what could be simpler, you might think; surely all high street exchange rates are pretty much the same, right?

Sadly that's not normally the case. Indeed the difference between the good deals and the worst ones can sometimes be quite surprising. When making a high street exchange rate comparison it pays to understand how they think.

All highstreet providers are playing a precarious balancing act - providing an offer which appears to be enticing, while looking to squeeze as much money out of the unsuspecting customer as possible.

There are several ways they can do this. First, they can offer what appears to be a highly appealing exchange rate, but add on substantial commission rates and other charges, which you may not be initially aware of.

Likewise, if you should see a provider proudly displaying a no commission sign in their doorway there's a fair chance they're raking that back through the exchange rate.

So how can you see through their fiendish plans and ensure you get the best high street exchange rate possible?

Know the territory

The best way to compare high street exchange rates is to understand the lay of the land by ensuring you keep track of the latest developments in the exchange rate. Keep track of it in the weeks leading up to your holiday so you'll have a good idea of its movements and can have an idea what constitutes a 'good' exchange rate. This will also let you know about when is a good time to buy.

Exchange rates can be volatile so if you spot a moment when the rate appears to be in your favour you should grab it with both hands. For example, if you're looking to travel to Europe, you should keep track of market movements and comparing that against the high street euro exchange rate.

The next step is to clearly understand the pricing of the services. You need to know firstly what the exchange rate is and secondly what charges will be added.

Equally, you should reassure yourself that the advertised exchange rate will apply to the amount that you want to change. Many providers will impose minimum sums below which their headline rate no longer applies.

However all that information can be confusing, and it's sometimes easier just to get a solid number you can expect to receive. Most high street providers will be happy to tell you how much you can expect to get while others will provide a simple calculator where you can enter a sum and instantly see how much you're getting.

It's a quick simple tool and is perhaps the clearest indication of best currency exchange rates on the high street.

But hold your horses, before you head out to make your euro exchange rate comparison on the high street, you might be able to save some time and money by staying home and firing up the computer.

High Street providers are increasingly opening up online services and are also offering customers price incentives in order to use them.

Online is potentially one of the cheapest ways to change money. As well as discounted exchange rates they increase the range and scope of companies you can approach.

As with anything on the internet, security will be a concern especially if you're looking to transfer cash. Many companies will phone you after you've completed the order to check it was indeed you who made the order.

When ordering cash online be sure to take postage into consideration as you will often be charged for the delivery of the cash to you and this could be a cost that you hadn't considered in your comparison

When ordering cash online be sure to take postage into consideration as you will often be charged for the delivery of the cash to you and this could be a cost that you hadn't considered in your comparison.

You can also check the FCA website to see if they are registered. This will offer a degree of reassurance, but it's important to remember that this is not quite the same as being FCA Regulated. Foreign exchange is not regulated by the FCA and your funds will not necessarily be protected if a company should go to the wall. It's always worth finding out how your funds will be stored before delivery.

If you would like to make a high street euro exchange rates comparison, visit this Euro comparison table.

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