Send money to Philippines from UK for less

Sending money to the Philippines? Compare our Philippines money transfer companies, whether it's a one-off sum or regular payments, these providers can help.

  • See charges and fees at a glance
  • Move your money safely and securely
  • Compare exchange rates from industry-leading companies

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How to transfer money to the Philippines from the UK


Get a quote

Use the table below to explore and compare our best money transfer rates to find the account that’s right for you.


Open an account

Open an account with your chosen company in under five minutes by entering a few personal details, such as name and address.


Make a transfer

Enter the destination account and the amount of money you want to transfer, then let the company do the rest.

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Best ways for sending money to the Philippines

Send money to the Philippines is possible through your bank, but a money transfer service may cost less.

To use a money transfer service for sending money to the Philippines, you need to set up an account. Depending on the transfer company you choose, you can either send money:

  • Online, by logging into your account and completing a transfer form.

  • Over the phone, by telling your transfer company the details of your payment.

Look for the lowest transfer fee and highest exchange rate to get the best deal.

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How is this different to using your bank?

Your bank uses a transfer service called SWIFT. This lets you transfer money from a savings account or current account held at the same bank.

However, using the companies listed in this comparison you can make an international money transfer using funds from any UK based current account.

Which is the fastest way to send money to the Philippines?

An international money transfer can take up to three working days, the same as a SWIFT payment through your bank.

However, some money transfer companies offer a same day or next day delivery option for an extra fee.

If you choose to use a money transfer company's same day or next day delivery option, it could still cost you less than your bank's SWIFT transfer fee.

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Comparing money transfers could help you save money. Our award-winning money transfer comparison service makes sure you get our best exchange rate with the lowest fees. Our aim is to provide you with the most up-to-date information, as well as useful tools and calculators to help you make life's most important decisions and take control of your money.

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Last updated: 15 March, 2022