The East Caribbean Dollar rates below were last updated 2 minutes ago
Off to the Caribbean soon? Make sure you get the best deal on your East Caribbean Dollars. We compare dozens of the UK's biggest currency suppliers so you can see in an instant who is offering the best deals. Our latest comparisons show East Caribbean Dollar tourist rates ranging from 2.8900 to 3.2045 based on 16 providers, with the best deals found online.
We have exclusive deals with many of the currency brokers listed above which means they offer us better rates than any other website (even their own), so book your currency through us to save even more money. We are so confident that you won't be able to buy East Caribbean Dollars online at a better rate that we challenge you to let us know if you find a better deal!
Over the past week the East Caribbean Dollar has increased by 1.45% from last Wednesday's rate of 3.1586 to today's rate of 3.2045 which means £750 will buy you $34.43 more now than it would have a week ago. During this period the best rate we recorded is right now at 3.2045 and the worst rate was 3.1118 on Monday.
The 90 day outlook has seen the East Caribbean Dollar rate increase by 0.98% from 3.1733 on 20th October 2016 to 3.2045 today. Based on these figures, £750 will buy you $23.40 more today than it would have three months ago. We recorded a high rate of 3.295 on 5th December 2016 and a low rate of 3.1118 on 16th January 2017.
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Updated: 16th January 2017
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