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We are on a trip around Europe and are arriving in London next week. Please could you tell me what the cheapest way to buy GBP is?

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I generally use my "hole in the wall" european cashpoint card when in the UK, as my bank charges me the exchange rate (from €) on that day, and no fee for exchange.

Alternatively, all Post Offices in the UK offer commission-free money exchange.

 

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Yes currency market is a place where you can buy Euro, and for that you don’t have to pay too much money just some pips only (spreads).

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