Barclays Bank charges around 3.9% margin or exchange rate for bank money transfers between the UK Pound and the Euro, you can beat Barclays Bank rates. Making a transfer between the UK Pound (GBP) and Euro (EUR) currencies using Barclays Bank service could potentially lose thousands of pounds because high rates exchange less on conversion:
|BARCLAYS BANK||MIN. TRANSFER||SPEED||*GUIDE RATES||TRANSFER INFO|
|GBP/EUR||no minimum||5/7 DAYS||€1.122||contact bank|
|GBP/EUR (BROKERS)||£100||1 DAY||€1.16||RATE DETAILS|
|EUR/GBP||no minimum||5/7 DAYS||£0.823||contact bank|
|EUR/GBP (BROKERS)||£100||1 DAY||£0.85||RATE DETAILS|
Using Barclays Bank currency exchange services, the UK Pound GBP to Euro EUR rate is currently €1.122 – Moreover, using an FX broker for the currency transfer, the exchange rate would achieve around €1.16 – GBP/EUR.
Transfer exchange rates are calculated and updated hourly (Monday to Friday) from 8 am to 4 pm UK – GMT
Exchange rates can sometimes change and sadly banks do not always inform us when they alter them (especially if they raise exchange rates, rather than lower them). A lower foreign exchange rate will typically get you a better deal when sending money to/from euro. The recommended foreign exchange companies listed on our website can save you money and time with your international currency transfer requirements.
Barclays Bank offers a reliable service for transferring money between UK Pounds (GBP) and the Euro (EUR) and offers it’s banking customers various transfer options, including online banking, mobile app, or visiting a local Barclays Bank branch. However, in a post Brexit world, Barclays made the decision to close various European branches operating under the Barclays Bank brand, including banking branches in the European Union countries of Cyprus, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain and Sweden.
If you are transferring funds from a European bank to your Barclays bank account in the UK, you can easily find the overseas bank foreign exchange rates by visiting the European bank rates area.
1: High street banks will charge an additional commission fee when sending money abroad into another currency. Private brokers offer commission free currency transfers for all transactions that meet their minimum transfer amount.
2: International money transfers sent via Barclays Bank could take longer to arrive than using a private broker, and unless you pay a premium, most high street banks will take from 3 to 7 days for your funds to arrive at the destination bank. Private foreign exchange companies typically complete the transaction between 1 to 3 days.
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