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Ive got 20 dollars and I want to exchange it, but how much do you think I will get for it? Cos ive heard that theres a charge to exchange money in post offices and banks?
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Ive got 20 dollars and I want to exchange it, but how much do you think I will get for it? Cos ive heard that theres a charge to exchange money in post offices and banks?
hmm i wouldn't change it, but it's around £10, depends on where you go to.
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about £10 and 98 pence
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20.00 USD United States Dollars= 10.9956 GBP United Kingdom Pounds
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hmm i wouldn't change it, but it's around £10, depends on where you go to.
:eek: omg is that it? I thought it would be around £15.
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20.00 USD United States Dollars= 10.9956 GBP United Kingdom Pounds

Ok thanx Thanx guys.
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Use http://www.xe.com/ucc/
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:eek: omg is that it? I thought it would be around £15.
US dollar is high atm, around $1.8 for a £.
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Yeah,

1.00 USD = 0.549016 GBP

20.00 USD = 10.98032 GBP

http://www.exchangerate.com
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Ive got 20 dollars and I want to exchange it, but how much do you think I will get for it? Cos ive heard that theres a charge to exchange money in post offices and banks?
The rates that most people here have quoted are optimistic and only financial institutions and not customers are likely to get such a rate.

The wise option is to keep your US Dollars. Keep it for a future trip or for selling to a friend going abroad. It is not worth converting it to Sterling.
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For future reference: http://www.xe.com/ucc/

Though I don't know if places are always up to the minute, and may use slightly different rates and/or charge you.
You've got a knack for double posting me...along with that Maddox link, I have an evil memory!
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The rates that most people here have quoted are optimistic and only financial institutions and not customers are likely to get such a rate.

The wise option is to keep your US Dollars. Keep it for a future trip or for selling to a friend going abroad. It is not worth converting it to Sterling.
cheers!
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Have I, can't say I've noticed!

Well in any case, apoligies if I've upset you!
I'm coping...just...*cries*
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US dollar is high atm, around $1.8 for a £.
that would make it low
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http://uk.finance.yahoo.com/m5?a=20&s=USD&t=GBP&c=0

£10.99, not much is it?
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