Reserve your GBP in branch now for great rates on your Great British Pounds

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Please note that we are unable to buy back some small denomination notes of some currencies and any coins except for 1 and 2 Euro coins.
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Sell Back & Collect and we'll hold your rate for 2 days. The maximum you can sell back online is £2,500 GBP - please visit a branch for larger amounts or if you purchased an Original Rate Buy Back.
Buy British Pounds

Buy GBP

Are you visiting the United Kingdom and need to exchange your currency for Pound Sterling? At eurochange you'll get some of the best rates and customer service the UK has to offer. We have branches across the UK including 16 branches in London, and you can reserve your GBP online and collect from branch in just 60 seconds!

Popular attractions to spend your GBP on:

Big Ben

Big Ben (Queen Elizabeth II Tower)

  • 12 GBP

Tower of London

Tower of London

  • 24.80 GBP

Stonehenge

Half-day tour of Stonehenge

  • 49 GBP

Westminster Abbey

Westminster Abbey

  • 20 GBP

St Paul's Cathedral

St Paul's Cathedral

  • 16 GBP

London Eye

London Eye

  • 23.45 GBP

Edinburgh Castle

Edinburgh Castle

  • 17 GBP

Kew Gardens

Kew Gardens

  • 16.50 GBP

How to order your Great British Pounds

1

Reserve your Pounds online

Choose the amount you need, commission free.

2

Select collection branch

Click & Collect in just 60 seconds from one of our branches.

3

And relax...

You're all done. Now all that's left to do is enjoy your holiday!

Tips for Tourists

Sometimes it rains!
Well quite often actually...have an umbrella handy!

Stand in line
Us Brits are used to queuing e.g. boarding a bus, so join us and wait patiently for your turn! ‘Queue jumping’ is frowned upon!

Have your ticket/Oyster Card ready
On the Underground when you approach the barriers always make sure you have your ticket ready as this avoids back logs at the barriers.

Say 'Please' and 'Thank you'
It's considered rude if you don’t. You will notice in England that we say 'thank you' a lot.

Shake Hands
When you are first introduced to someone shake their hand (use your right hand and shake their right hand)

Say sorry if you accidentally bump into someone
They probably will too, even if it was your fault!

Visiting Scotland? Their pounds are slightly different
But don't worry they accept British Pounds and England accepts Scottish Pounds.

Cockney Rhyming Slang

A 'pony' is £25
A 'monkey' is £500
'Bangers and mash' is cash
'Bread and honey' is money
'Pavarotti' (he was a famous tenor) so 'a Pavarotti' is a tenner (£10)

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