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  • Buy Swiss francs online with Post Office 

  • Choose Click & Collect or home delivery when buying online

  • Great rates and 0% commission - with your cash ready the next working day

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GBP The minimum spend is £400
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Min £400.00, max £2,500.00

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Cuckoo for Switzerland? Get your travel money from us

Right at the heart of Europe, Switzerland is a land of majesty and mystery, shrouded in mountains and bordered by France, Germany, Italy, Austria and Lichtenstein, absorbing parts of those cultures into its own. Famous for its high-end luxury, Switzerland isn’t known for budget trips. But spending sensibly can keep your costs down.

Get your Swiss francs with Post Office. We offer great rates and convenience for getting your holiday cash before you set off. You can order online and choose Click & Collect or home delivery. You can also order currency or a Travel Money Card in selected branches too. 

If you order online by 3pm, you can grab your Swiss francs in a local branch of your choice the next working day. Or order by 3pm and we’ll deliver to your home the next working day. For ease and security, you can load up a Travel Money Card with Swiss francs and pay using contactless payment, Apple Pay and Google Pay.

Get our best rates online. The more you buy, the better the rate

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Order Swiss francs online with Post Office

  • Voted ‘Best Foreign Exchange/Travel Money Retailer’ at the British Travel Awards 2020
  • Over 60 currencies available, all with 0% commission and great rates online
  • Order online or in your local participating Post Office branch up to five days in advance
  • Our best rates are available online, but you can still buy your Swiss francs in branch
  • Better rates the more you spend, and order between £400 and £2,500
  • We deliver orders of £500 - £2,500 for free, or it’s £4.99 for orders between £400 and £499
  • Order by 3pm for home delivery the next working day*; includes Saturday delivery for a small £1.50 fee
  • We’ll buy back any unused Swiss franc banknotes, or if your holiday’s cancelled we offer a refund guarantee
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*We’ll send your currency via Royal Mail Special Delivery Guaranteed by 1pm.

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Click & Collect at branch

Get hold of your holiday money quickly. Pick it up from the dedicated counter at 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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Smarter Swiss travel at your fingertips

You can load your Swiss francs onto our handy Travel Money Card and pay using contactless payments, Apple Pay and Google pay. Plus, top it up and even switch between currencies on our free Travel app.

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How far will your Swiss francs go?

Switzerland’s international renown as the gold standard in ski trips isn’t for nothing. Nor does it come cheap. With leading resorts like Verbier and Zermat as well as some of Europe’s highest peaks, it’s not surprising that snow enthusiasts the world over descend on (or ascend up) Switzerland every year.

Aside from the snow sports, Switzerland is also known for its private banking sector and world-leading private schools. All of this together does not a cheap country make.

However, it is possible to do a Swiss holiday without breaking the bank by saving where possible, if that’s your aim. Buying food and drink at local supermarkets and preparing it yourself, avoiding expenses like ski school if you don’t need them, taking your own equipment if you have it and choosing your accommodation carefully can all help stay on-piste where your budget’s concerned.

And of course, there’s more to Switzerland than skiing, Toblerones and cuckoo clocks. There are the beautiful cities of Geneva, Zurich, Bern, Basel, Lucerne, Lausanne…for a small country, Switzerland packs a punch with its notable towns.

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Some common questions

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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.