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Transfer money abroad, order foreign currency for your next trip, or sell excess foreign currency with Travelex services.

Do you need to make an international money transfer? Are you looking to get a foreign currency before going on a trip abroad? Travelex has you covered. Travelex offers more than 60 foreign currencies for travelers who need to buy money for their next trip.

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With thousands of locations in 28 countries, including key airports and tourist destinations, Travelex can serve your foreign currency exchange needs. Transferring money with Travelex is quick and easy. Get your first offer at no cost, with low fees or at no charge on any additional transfers.

Despite the fact that the Mexican peso is one of the currencies that are handled; Transfers cannot be made in Mexico with this currency. You can only make transactions by sending US dollars, British pounds and euros.

However, Travelex is a great option for those who are planning a major trip; for pleasure, business or studies in another country. Some of these countries are: United States, Canada, Brazil, France, Germany, United Kingdom, Japan, China, and a few more.

Travelex may be perfect for you if you want to take a trip to Europe and buy different currencies for the different countries you plan to visit. Or, when you want to return to Mexico, you can exchange your foreign currency forMexican pesos so as not to waste a single peso. It will also be a great option if you live abroad and want to send money to your relatives in Mexico; or if you want to send dollars to your child studying in the United States.

Travelex money transfers

Send money to Mexico from abroad and vice versa with Travelex’s international money transfer services. With Travelex you can send money to 177 countries around the world in more than 47 currencies, including the Mexican peso (in some countries, excluding Mexico).

Benefits of transferring money with Travelex

  • Great rates. Your first transfer is free of fees.
  • Online service. Transfers are quick and easy with Travelex.
  • Price promise. Travelex will improve any quote so you can get the best deal possible.
  • Customer Support. Customer service is available 24 hours a day, Monday through Friday.


Travelex offers low rates and competitive exchange rates. Fees are based on the currency you are selling, and Travelex will not charge a fee if you are transferring a certain amount.

Your standard transfer fee is only $ 91.3 pesos (or the equivalent in MXN to $ 5 USD) for transactions under $ 91,300 pesos (or the equivalent in MXN to $ 5,000 USD). Transactions greater than this amount are free


  • Spot or cash offers. Make a transfer at the moment with a great exchange rate.
  • Forward contracts. Lock an exchange rate for a future transaction.
  • Limit orders. Travelex is in charge of monitoring the markets and will notify you when a certain rate is met.
  • Recurring payments. Schedule regular payments to minimize the risk of late payments.

Foreign currency exchange

If you are currently living abroad, plan your next trip to Mexico in advance and have your needs resolved by obtaining your Mexican pesos before arriving at your destination. If you want to travel to another country, Travelex offers more than 60 different currencies.

How does it work

Change your money online in 3 easy steps:

  1. Choose your currency. Select the amount and type of currency you need.
  2. Choose the method to receive the money. Collect your money once you arrive at your destination or ask for it to be delivered to your home.
  3. Pay. Make your payment online with a debit or credit card.
  4. Travelex Money Card

With the Travelex Money Card , you can load up to 6 different currencies, including the Mexican peso.

Enjoy the advantage of not paying any international fees at ATMs, and rest assured that your funds are safe with a chip and PIN protected card.

How can I buy a Travelex Money Card?

The Travelex Money Card can be purchased online or at a Travelex store.

What currencies are compatible with the Travelex Money Card?

  • Euro
  • British pound
  • Australian dollar
  • Japanese yen
  • Canadian dollar
  • Mexican peso

Note: Travelex previously handled a card called Cash Passport. Said card that is the predecessor of the Travelex Money Card is no longer issued; however, if you still have one, you can still recharge it and use it without any problem.

Frequent questions

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        The minimum amount per transfer is $ 9,130 ​​pesos (or the equivalent in MXN to $ 500 USD).

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