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NatWest Currency Buyback Rates

Natwest like to sell you foreign currency, but if you come back from your trip with leftover travel money, they can also offer you a currency buyback service with competitive exchange rates.

Your unused foreign currency can be exchanged at any one of over 950 NatWest branches in the UK.

Check today's latest NatWest currency buyback rates for 48 major world currencies. These rates were last updated 100 minutes ago and refer to NatWest's online rates - you may get a lower rate if you walk in off the street.

Better buyback rates may be available from other other UK suppliers. For a full comparison of today's best currency deals, see our latest currency buyback rates.

Latest NatWest Travel Money Buyback Rates

Currency Buyback Rate You Sell You Receive Sell Now
Euros 1.2241 100 EUR £81.69 Sell Now
US Dollars 1.4145 100 USD £70.70 Sell Now
Australian Dollars 1.7863 100 AUD £55.98 Sell Now
Bahraini Dinars 0.5385 100 BHD £185.70 Sell Now
Barbados Dollars 2.8366 100 BBD £35.25 Sell Now
Brazilian Reals 4.5571 100 BRL £21.94 Sell Now
Bulgarian Lev 2.4555 100 BGN £40.72 Sell Now
Canadian Dollars 1.7794 100 CAD £56.20 Sell Now
Chilean Pesos 930.018 100 CLP £0.11 Sell Now
Chinese Yuan 9.8212 100 CNY £10.18 Sell Now
Costa Rica Colons 850.486 100 CRC £0.12 Sell Now
Croatian Kuna 9.1314 100 HRK £10.95 Sell Now
Czech Koruna 32.6637 100 CZK £3.06 Sell Now
Danish Krone 8.9624 100 DKK £11.16 Sell Now
Dominican Pesos 66.9578 100 DOP £1.49 Sell Now
East Caribbean Dollars 3.8015 100 XCD £26.31 Sell Now
Fiji Dollars 2.7332 100 FJD £36.59 Sell Now
Hungarian Forints 376.453 100 HUF £0.27 Sell Now
Indonesian Rupiahs 19904 100 IDR £0.0050 Sell Now
Israeli Shekels 5.0783 100 ILS £19.69 Sell Now
Jamaican Dollars 184.744 100 JMD £0.54 Sell Now
Japanese Yen 157.244 100 JPY £0.64 Sell Now
Jordanian Dinars 1.0111 100 JOD £98.90 Sell Now
Kenyan Shillings 148.164 100 KES £0.67 Sell Now
Kuwaiti Dinars 0.4323 100 KWD £231.32 Sell Now
Malaysian Ringgits 6.1265 100 MYR £16.32 Sell Now
Mauritian Rupees 48.7279 100 MUR £2.05 Sell Now
Mexican Pesos 25.0255 100 MXN £4.00 Sell Now
New Zealand Dollars 1.9723 100 NZD £50.70 Sell Now
Norwegian Krone 11.3656 100 NOK £8.80 Sell Now
Omani Rials 0.5397 100 OMR £185.29 Sell Now
Peruvian Nuevo Sol 4.8389 100 PEN £20.67 Sell Now
Philippine Pesos 72.4671 100 PHP £1.38 Sell Now
Polish Zloty 5.2066 100 PLN £19.21 Sell Now
Russian Rubles 82.5438 100 RUB £1.21 Sell Now
Saudi Riyals 5.2729 100 SAR £18.96 Sell Now
Singapore Dollars 1.9371 100 SGD £51.62 Sell Now
South African Rand 18.7358 100 ZAR £5.34 Sell Now
South Korean Won 1601.99 100 KRW £0.062 Sell Now
Swiss Francs 1.3633 100 CHF £73.35 Sell Now
Thai Baht 47.9736 100 THB £2.08 Sell Now
Trinidad Dollars 9.4351 100 TTD £10.60 Sell Now
Turkish Lira 5.1109 100 TRY £19.57 Sell Now

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Selling Currency with NatWest

If you come back from your holiday with travel money leftover, NatWest will gladly buy it back from you.

NatWest Bureau de Change

  • NatWest buy up to 48 currencies
  • Sell NatWest your notes or travellers cheques in good condition.
  • Coins or certain denominations of banknotes are not accepted.
  • Natwest will purchase all currencies they deal with at the time
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How do NatWest's buyback rates compare in the high street?

NatWest are currently comparing 803 buyback rates for 73 currencies from 11 UK travel money providers. This is how NatWest compare on some of the top currencies:

Currency NatWest Rate Best High Street Rate Compare Deals
Euros Euros 1.2241 1.1180 More Details
US Dollars US Dollars 1.4145 1.3068 More Details
Australian Dollars Australian Dollars 1.7863 1.6690 More Details
Canadian Dollars Canadian Dollars 1.7794 1.6517 More Details
Turkish Lira Turkish Lira 5.1109 4.7233 More Details
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