On the 21st April I compared exchange rates across AIB,An Post, BOI & Currency Fair to see what I could get for €2,000.
Below is a summary of the results with Currency Fair beating the others by quite a lot!
|21st April €2000 will get you|
Here is a clever tip to save money next time you send money to another country: don’t use your bank.
When banks transfer your money from one country to another, they’re usually slow and expensive, charging you a hefty and entirely unnecessary transfer fee.
To make matters worse, your bank will then give you a terrible exchange rate mark-up (a margin added onto the basic exchange rate you see when you google the exchange rate).
The bank’s transfer fee and horrible exchange rate mark-up mean that you’ll receive less money on the other side.
Instead, save money. Use CurrencyFair now.
CurrencyFair is a cheaper, faster way to safely send money abroad.
CurrencyFair lets you avoid international bank transfers by automatically matching people sending money in opposite directions – often up to 90% cheaper than your bank.
CurrencyFair are fully regulated and have hundreds of thousands of happy customers around the world. Even better, one of the world’s largest consumer groups (Which! magazine in the UK) recently announced that CurrencyFair is the best way to transfer money abroad.
To help you get started, CurrencyFair will give you your first transfer for free when you use this special link.