Pounds GBP to Norwegian krone NOK exchange rate

  • Get your Norwegian krone online with Post Office 

  • Find our best GBP to Norwegian krone exchange rate online

  • Pick up your Norwegian krone holiday money in branch or choose home delivery

Buy travel money

GBP The minimum spend is £400

Buy more for a better online rate

Min £400.00, max £2,500.00

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Norway’s knocking. Get your travel money with us

If you’re setting sail to the land of the Vikings, make sure you’re got the currency you need. You can buy Norwegian krone online with Post Office for delivery or in-branch collection, order in participating branches, or get yourself a Travel Money Card.

Order by 3pm using Click & Collect and your currency will be waiting for you in your nearest participating branch the next working day. And if you can’t get out, order by 3pm and we’ll deliver to your home the next working day.

Our Travel Money Card is a prepaid Mastercard® that you can top up using 23 currencies, including Norwegian krone. After that, use it as you would any debit card, with contactless payment, Apple Pay and Google Pay, cash withdrawals and chip & PIN.

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Buy your Norwegian kroner with Post Office

  • Voted ‘Best Foreign Exchange/Travel Money Retailer’ at the British Travel Awards 2020
  • We offer 0% commission on over 60 currencies and great rates online
  • Order online or in your local participating Post Office branch up to five days in advance
  • Get our best Norwegian krone rates online and buy when the rate’s good to lock in the value
  • Order from £400 to £2,500 – and get better Norwegian krone rates the more you spend
  • Free home delivery for online orders of £500 or more (£4.99 delivery under £500); Saturday delivery costs just £1.50 extra
  • Order by 3pm for delivery the next working day*
  • We’ll buy back leftover Norwegian krone banknotes or refund your travel money if your trip’s cancelled
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*Home delivery is via Royal Mail Special Delivery Guaranteed by 1pm.

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Click & Collect at branch

Get your holiday money fast. Pick it up from your nearest Post Office

Click & Deliver service

Want your cash delivered tomorrow? Order by 3pm today for delivery to your home.

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Choose a new way to spend in Norway

If you want to go cashless, get our Travel Money Card. Top it up with Norwegian krone, pay anywhere you see the Mastercard® sign and manage it easily with our free Travel app. 

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Norwegian krone: how far will it go?

Norway can be an expensive country to visit, with local taxation driving prices above those of other European destinations. But you can keep costs down by spending wisely.

Buying food in supermarkets and cooking it yourself can save money. But buying alcohol is significantly more expensive than the UK, whether you do it in supermarkets or pubs and bars.

Accommodation can be surprisingly reasonable, though – especially if you use services like Airbnb or hostels. Specialist accommodation in hard-to-reach locations may push costs up.

If you’re travelling to see the Northern Lights, you may need to venture north into the Arctic Circle and travel as part of an organised tour to stand the best chance. There’s no cast-iron guarantee of seeing the aurora borealis, but local experts can help.

Numerous attractions in Oslo are free to look around, such as the Akerhus Fortress, Vigeland Park, the Opera House, City Hall (where the Nobel Peace Prize is awarded) and waterfront. Public transport is reasonably priced, and you can get day passes for the whole city at any metro station.

Getting around is best done by renting a car. Trains can take far longer than driving and be very expensive, while cars are adjusted for the winter weather and road quality is high. There are few motorways as we’d understand them, so driving across country can reward with beautiful views as well.

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Some common questions

More questions about travel money

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Post Office Travel Money Card is an electronic money product issued by First Rate Exchange Services Ltd pursuant to license by Mastercard International. First Rate Exchange Services Ltd, a company registered in England and Wales with number 4287490 whose registered office is Great West House, Great West Road, Brentford, TW8 9DF, (Financial Services Register No. 900412). Mastercard is a registered trademark, and the circles design is a trademark of Mastercard International Incorporated.