We offer a range of postal services to send, collect and return items, including regular sender services.
We provide a range essential financial services, from savings, borrowing to money transfers.
Plan your getaway with travel essentials including travel money, insurance and documents.
Protect what’s most important to you from your mobile phone to the future of your family.
Apply for passports, licences and permits, get documents certified, your identity verified.
We offer a range of other useful products and services.
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Check how the Post Office Travel Money Card exchange rate, markup rate and European Central Bank rate compare
Order your card online – or through the Post Office travel app – and we'll deliver it within 3-5 days. Just activate it and go.
The European Central Bank (ECB) rate is the foreign exchange reference rate published by the European Central Bank. The bank sets out the exchange rate for European currencies against the euro (EUR) at 16:00 Central European time every working day.
The ECB wants to make it easier for consumers to compare the exchange rates being offered on products like Travel Money Card. All banks and financial institutions now have to show how much they mark up their exchange rates by showing their rates in comparison to the ECB rate.
At Post Office we calculate our exchange rates in the morning, and the ECB rate are updated at 16.00 Central European time each working day. Over the weekends, including bank holidays, the rate comparison is calculated using Friday’s ECB rate and Saturday’s Post Office rate.