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Airport currency donations: What happens to donated currency?

Have you ever donated unused travel money coins or banknotes into a charity donation globe on an airport? Or maybe did you hand over your leftover currency to a cabin crew member on board?

If so, you may have asked yourself: What happens to this jumble of mixed coins and banknotes? At Leftover Currency Ltd we know the answer.

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Currency Overview: Kenyan Shillings

Leftover Currency has recently added Kenyan Shillings to the growing list of currencies exchangeable on our website. We currently exchange over 153 different currencies and our goal is to exchange coins and banknotes from all nations.  The Official Currency of Kenya Kenya is a nation steeped with rich cultural history and an abundance of wildlife, … Continued

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Croatia joins the Euro: All you need to know

Croatia joins the Euro. That’s right: Croatia is the next country to adopt the Euro as its national currency. Find out all you need to know in the questions and answers below. Put together by the currency experts at Leftover Currency Limited. Croatia will join the Euro zone on 1 January 2023. On this day the … 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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