Showing 1–16 of 33 results
The Saudi Riyal is the currency of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia from 1925, replacing the Hejaz riyal at par. The origin or the name ‘riyal’ is an Arabic borrowing of ‘real’, as a general name for any large silver coin from Europe. ‘Real’ means ‘royal’, referring to the king’s portrait on the currency. The subunit of the riyal is the halala, with 100 halalas in one riyal.
We exchange both current and withdrawn Saudi Riyals banknotes, as well as Saudi Riyal and Halala coins. Our online exchange service is quick, easy, secure and free of charge.
To convert your leftover Saudi Arabian Riyals to cash, select the type of Saudi Riyals you want to exchange:
current Saudi-Arabian Riyal banknotes2007 - currentExchange Rate: £0.16448View BanknotesThe current set of riyal banknotes circulating in Saudi Arabia is known as The Fifth Issue. These were first issued by the Riyadh-based Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency in 2007. The new riyal notes have advanced security features, including a hologram strip. We change these modern Saudi-Arabian riyal notes free of charge. We also give cash for withdrawn Saudi-Arabian bank notes and for Saudi Riyal coins.
Saudi Riyal coins2016 - currentExchange Rate: £0.08224View CoinsThe newest series of coins from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has the Islamic year 1438 (2016 AD) on every coin. The coins of 2 riyals and 1 riyal are bimetallic and feature portraits of Saudi monarchs. The coins of 50 halalas, 20 halalas, 10 halalas, 5 halalas and 1 halala feature the Saudi coat of arms with two crossed swords under a palm tree. In addition to Saudi Riyal and Halala coins, we also exchange current Saudi Riyal banknotes and older series, withdrawn Saudi Riyal banknotes.
withdrawn Saudi-Arabian Riyal banknotes1976 - 2007Exchange Rate: £0.12336View BanknotesIn 2007, the Riyadh-based Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency replaced older style Riyal banknotes with the new Fifth Issue Riyals with improved security features. The discontinued Saudi Riyal bills, belonging to the Fourth Issue and older series, lack a hologram strip. These legacy Saudi Riyal notes are no longer a valid means of payment in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. We exchange withdrawn Saudi-Arabian Riyal banknotes free of charge. We also give cash for current Saudi Arabian Riyal banknotes, as well as for Saudi Riyal and Halala coins.