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Postby Lee101 » 15 Apr 2015 16:39

never bought money on line before but thinking about it any suggestions of the best site to visit

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Re: on line exchange

Postby geordie1970 » 15 Apr 2015 18:13

Lee101 wrote:never bought money on line before but thinking about it any suggestions of the best site to visit

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Lee


Hi Lee,

How's things? .... We'll skip the Football chat .... :oops:

Try this link http://travelmoney.moneysavingexpert.com/holiday-money/

But I always just take Stirling ... Well, Geordie Notes and change in Icmeler, not in the Exchange places, I use a Shop next to Tandoori Sizzler normally, who gives the best rate ... As do many others around the Resort :wink:

When are you back anyway?

Cheers,

Paul
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Re: on line exchange

Postby Lee101 » 16 Apr 2015 17:11

Hi Paul
Hope you two are well. We take cash but with the rate topping 4tlr to the £ was just getting a head start case it drops, also can you send a link to your website looking for stuff for a party
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Re: on line exchange

Postby dksbbs » 17 Apr 2015 11:31

I will be buying before the general election, I have seen reports that the £ could drop by 10% if the markets don't like the elected coallition or there is a delay in forming a government.

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Re: on line exchange

Postby cmac » 20 Apr 2015 13:34

asda foreign exchange is pretty decent, although you can get higher, or wait until you get to resort. asda is currently > 3.8 YTL to the £. I tend to buy small amounts on a regular basis, but also when I get there
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Re: on line exchange

Postby geordie1970 » 20 Apr 2015 16:38

Lee101 wrote:Hi Paul
Hope you two are well. We take cash but with the rate topping 4tlr to the £ was just getting a head start case it drops, also can you send a link to your website looking for stuff for a party


Hi Lee, sorry for the late reply ... Been so busy and also in the huff after watching that rubbish yesterday! :cry:

If you type into Google - PaulsPartyStore and you'll find us or use the below links .... If you need anything not listed, let me know via a PM and I'll sort. Cheers


Amazon - http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/node/index.html?ie=UTF8&marketplaceID=A1F83G8C2ARO7P&me=A27YKXCQOU7E98&merchant=A27YKXCQOU7E98&redirect=true

eBay - http://stores.ebay.co.uk/PaulsPartyStore
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Re: on line exchange

Postby geordie1970 » 20 Apr 2015 16:40

Lee101 wrote:Hi Paul
Hope you two are well. We take cash but with the rate topping 4tlr to the £ was just getting a head start case it drops, also can you send a link to your website looking for stuff for a party


Ps. Jeanette's changing £500 at Asda this week (3.85 today I think) ... So not going to take a chance on all our monies being changed over there this year, going to chip away every week I think :wink:

So when are you back over there? :D
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