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RBS Currency Buyback Rates

RBS 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.

Your unused foreign currency can be exchanged at any one of over 700 RBS branches in the UK.

Check today's latest RBS currency buyback rates for 0 major world currencies. These rates were last updated 25051105 minutes ago and refer to RBS'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 RBS Travel Money Buyback Rates

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Selling Currency with RBS

RBS are pleased to buyback your leftover currency when you return from your trip.

RBS Bureau de Change

  • RBS buy up to 0 currencies
  • RBS will buyback your currency in good condition.
  • Coins or large denomination banknotes may not be accepted.
  • RBS will purchase all currencies the Bureau de change deal with at the time
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How do RBS's buyback rates compare in the high street?

RBS are currently comparing 666 buyback rates for 74 currencies from 9 UK travel money providers. This is how RBS compare on some of the top currencies:

Currency RBS Rate Best High Street Rate Compare Deals
Euros Euros 1.1020 More Details
US Dollars US Dollars 1.2966 More Details
Australian Dollars Australian Dollars 1.6530 More Details
Canadian Dollars Canadian Dollars 1.6453 More Details
Turkish Lira Turkish Lira 4.6675 More Details
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