Asda Travel Money

As one of the UK's leading supermarkets, Asda runs a popular travel money exchange service to provide customers with the currency they need for their trips abroad. It's proud to be one of the best exchange services for cheap travel money, promising to beat the rates of any competitor within a five-mile radius of an Asda Travel Money store.

Can you exchange currency at Asda?

There are two ways you can exchange currency at Asda. Either head to one of the UK's 140 Asda stores with a travel money bureau on any day of the week, or simply buy online. If you order through Asda's website, you won't even have to leave the house to get your money. For orders under £500, you can get next day home delivery for £3.95, but if your exchange is worth £500 or more, you'll get free home delivery.

Does Asda have a travel money card?

Yes. The prepaid currency card can be topped up online, in-store or by phone and used in over 36 million stores, restaurants and hotels worldwide. You can also get free cash withdrawals at 2.1 million ATMs. Asda's travel money card can be loaded up with six different currencies, so you can use it in a huge number of destinations. Choose between euros; US, Canadian, Australian and New Zealand dollars; and the South African rand.

How much is the euro exchange rate at Asda?

Currency exchanges rates constantly fluctuate, but Asda provides live updates on its website's travel money page. Here, you can find out how much its euros and dollars are worth if you want to check before you go.

Does Asda buy back currency?

Yes. Asda runs a travel money buy back scheme, so you don't have to worry about sticking to a strict budget while you're on holiday. Simply head back to an Asda Travel Money bureau when you're home in the UK to exchange any notes you didn't spend. No matter where you originally bought them, Asda will buy them back at 0% commission. For extra security, you can pay £4.99 when you first buy your Asda foreign currency in order to guarantee the same exchange rate when swapping them back after your trip. This will make sure you're not hit with any nasty surprises if the rate goes down during your time away.