Travel cash via post

Foreign currencies delivered by post can be a stress free way to sort your travel money.

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Why should I get my cash delivered?

  • Easy. You don’t even have to leave the house!
  • Lock in the online exchange rate. Most companies will allow you to fix the exchange rate on the day you reserve when collecting on the same day, this gives you an opportunity to avoid a fluctuation in the rate, saving money.
  • Sometimes the quickest method. Some companies allow same-day delivery, so this could be the quickest solution.

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Name Product Can you get cash? Do you get a free card? Can you load money on an app?
WeSwap
WeSwap has everything you need when it comes to travel money. It offers a debit card and app, or if you prefer cash you can get that too. Signing up takes a few minutes and the card arrives in 3-5 days.
Starling Bank
Starling offers a debit card and app (you can't get travel cash). Starling charges zero fees for spending abroad and the app enables you to lock the card if you lose it while you're on holiday. Also doubles up as a UK current account.
Caxton
Caxton's currency card allows you to hold multiple currencies in one place. You can use it worldwide and won't be charged any ATM fees. All of that can be controlled from the Caxton app.
No 1. Currency
No. 1 Currency allows you to get travel cash delivered straight to your door, or you can pick it up in store. You can also sell leftover cash back to No.1 Currency.
Currensea
Currensea allows you to link your travel money card to your everyday bank account. Get your card now and control all your spendings with the Currensea app.
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2 Responses

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    GrahamAugust 28, 2018

    Is it possible to buy dollars and euros in the same transaction. To save paying the fee.

    • Avatarfinder Customer Care
      CharisseAugust 30, 2018Staff

      Hi Graham,

      Thank you for reaching out to finder.

      Yes, most foreign exchange companies provide options for buying multiple currencies at the same time.

      Cheers,
      Charisse

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