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what is current exchange rate in booze shops in ct ?

Asked by: 6th July 2012

 


11 Answers



  1. Ken on Jul 06, 2012

    Todays euro price for sterling is at it’s highest in a year or more 1.26 euro to the £.
    This is the rate you should get using your card minus your Banks charges.

    Post Office and Thomas Cook for instance will give you 1.21 euro to the £



    • Amanda Reynolds on Jul 09, 2012

      Dear Ken, Are you a resident ? You seem so up on everything. We are coming for a month all of September. Hope to meet you if you are there. Please answer when you can. We came in April and played music and were told we could get work. Can you help ? That’s why we are quite interested in the Music fest in September at Costa Teguise. We have played in Turkey, Tenerife, Scotland and England. Please and thankyou.



  2. Ken on Jul 06, 2012

    But if you hold on it may get higher keep watching…



  3. Ken on Jul 06, 2012

    Booze shops I dont know never used them. What is a booze shop. Is this the RBS trying to sell cheap money. lol



  4. H R H on Jul 07, 2012

    Most shops are now wanting U$ dollars or £ ‘s as they are more stable than Euros. I have heared even of Yen being accepted



  5. john allen on Jul 07, 2012

    1.24 on www.travelfx.co.uk



  6. David myers on Jul 07, 2012

    Ken you want to check out the cards that are free of bank charges i moved over to one 2 years back allways get a great rate dont tend to bother with cash anymore



  7. Kitty on Jul 08, 2012

    Agree with DM. If you use a card such as Post Office credit card which does not make charges the rate is always much better than buying cash. I always use it for the restaurants each night and car hire and just use cash for the day to day stuff.



  8. David myers on Jul 08, 2012

    Kitty the c/card the Halifax offer is free of charges plus you can withdraw up to £300 cash per day and if the bill is paid on time theres no interest added



  9. Steve on Jul 10, 2012

    Also look at FairFX, which is a Euro MasterCard (debit card) which you load up with Euros and is free of charges when used in shops and bars etc. €1.50 for using ATM’s.



  10. Barry White on Jul 19, 2012

    We came back on 16th July and the highest we spotted was 1.25 to the £ in the booze shop on av. del Jablillo (Playa Galeon end), CT.