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    Sorry if this is a stupid question, but I have about 80 euros left over from a trip ages ago, and want to convert them back to pounds. How does this work? can I just go to one of those bureo de exchange things in m&s and they'll give me the pounds?

    Any help appreciated!!
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    Yeh you can.
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    Go to the Post Office and do it for free, but you can only change notes, not coins.
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    (Original post by tbm)
    Go to the Post Office and do it for free, but you can only change notes, not coins.
    is there a commision?
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    I think bank is ok
    I remmember pounds to CNY was1:13-14
    now 1:11
    wow
 
 
 
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