Exchange Rates in Benidorm

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Exchange Rates in Benidorm

Exchange Rates in Benidorm

Saturday 23rd March 2019

This is the average rate around town – Always use a reputable exchange bureau, see below.

No Change today, holding STEADY at 1.135€.


Friday 22nd March – 1.135

Thursday 21st March – 1.135

Wednesday 20th March – 1.145

Tuesday 19th March – 1.145

Monday 18th March – 1.145

Sunday 17th March – 1.15

Saturday 16th March – 1.15

Always use a reputable exchange bureau.

TONY´S EXCHANGE, indoor market

Normal Opening hours – Monday – Friday 09.00 – 17.00, Saturday 09.00 – 15.00, Sunday Closed.

Most will ask to see your passport on your first visit and you will then be given a card to use for future use, and if anyone is offering you a higher rate than stated read the small print first as normally you will only get the higher rate if changing large quantities of money ie 2,000€.  See this page for exchange places to avoid.

PLEASE NOTE – Bank of England paper £10 notes are no longer accepted.

Read our Money Travel Guide for useful information.

Worried about fake notes, learn how to spot them HERE

ATM Scams – Please Read

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G A Goodey
G A Goodey

Good evening all. Just to make you aware, l made a mistake of going into “DOMO XI of Avda Mediterraneo “ had been there a long time ago. Outside was advertised €112 for a £???? Good l thought and l fell into a scam. That is only if you exchange more than €2000. So what did l get you say? Well €90c to the £, and l had signed believing that l would get the €112. I had asked him several times how much I would be getting he just waved his arms about. What can l say lm not… Read more »

Mandy Brown
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Mandy Brown

Had a bad experience at sheilas. They didn’t want to take ten pound notes…they pulled faces and made us feel bad but went next door to Tony’s…that’s where we will always go and recommend other people to as well

Donny Armstrong
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Donny Armstrong

Used Sheila’s for years. Always good & found them polite. Took passport first time and got their card. Used the card for years – no need for passport after initial visit.

Ronnie Dorward
Ronnie Dorward

I had 750 US dollars left from a holiday in Florida, as I have an (UK) account with Santander I tried there,well 1st I waited over an hour in the queue to be told 1) they do not deal with UK accounts 2) they did not buy/ sell currency (a bank?) I tried Sheilas’ no joy but another in the market took my US dollars.I did not wish to lose out by changing into £ sterling at home then purchasing euros losing again.I will not try this again.

Jill Shail

Know you know where to go Ronnie then you will be fine if you want to do this again in the future. Santander UK and Santander in Spain are completely separate business’s and have not interactions. xx

Jimmy Fisher
Jimmy Fisher

If you have a British Santander account you can use your card in the Santander ATMs in benidorm and there is no charges and you get the euro rate for the day. Just make sure you press the local currency button.

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