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The Ultimate Guide to Exchanging Leftover Currency

- Published on 22nd December 2023

Suppose your annual Christmas-time search for sellotape and scissors was anything like ours. In that case, you’ll be closing out 2023 with reels of half-used tape, strips of wrapping paper, and pockets full of leftover foreign currency found in abandoned drawers throughout your home. Exchanging leftover foreign cash and coins often falls to the bottom … Continued

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Decoding Fees: A Guide to Understanding Currency Exchange Costs

- Published on 22nd December 2023

When you return from holiday, exchanging leftover currency back into pounds is probably well down your list of things to do – sat underneath unpacking, stocking the fridge, and easing back into work. However, exchanging your currency as soon as you get home can do wonders for your bank account – with British holidaymakers found … Continued

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6 Interesting Facts You Didn’t Know About the Gambian Dalasi

- Published on 22nd December 2023

As a new year approaches, we’re expanding our horizons – and travel potential – even further with a brand-new currency.  The Gambian Dalasi is the latest addition to our growing list of exchangeable currencies at Leftover Currency. Where will your next adventure take you?  The official currency of Gambia, operating under the currency code GMD, … Continued

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Facts About the Malagasy Ariary (2023 Currency Overview)

- Published on 14th December 2023

Exciting news from us here at Leftover Currency! We’ve recently added the Malagasy Ariary to our ever-growing list of exchangeable currencies. Our collection keeps growing and we are proud to offer more options for your travel adventures. Origins of Madagascar’s Currency: From Francs to Ariary The official currency of Madagascar, the ariary, falls under the … Continued

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DID YOU KNOW… British Holidaymakers have £2.7 billion worth of unused foreign currency

- Published on 8th December 2023

What could YOU do with £2.7 billion? An online currency conversion platform study found that every British household brings home around £78 in unused currency from each holiday – adding up to a colossal £2.7 billion in unused foreign currency in the UK alone. Gathering your old foreign coins at home and exchanging them for … Continued

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Cash in on Your Leftover Currency and Spare Coins

You, like many people, might have some leftover foreign coins and banknotes, tucked away somewhere in a drawer. Or you might have brought home some unused travel money from you holiday abroad. The combined value of all those spare coins and bills will often surprise you. Why not convert your unused foreign coins and notes to valid cash.

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