Unlike many banks and bureaux de changes we are transparent with our Philippines Peso pricing. You have direct access to the live GBP/ PHP interbank exchange rate so it's easier for you to compare and see the savings you make using our buy back service. Compare our buy back rates and see how much you could save.
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*We capture the exchange rates being offered by airports and high street providers once a month and calculate what spread they are taking off the live interbank rate. We then compare that to what rates we are offering to calculate the savings you can make if you use us.
*Your potential saving has been calculated using our exchange rate and the most expensive provider's rate in the market at a given point in time.
Once your currency buy back order is placed, you will be provided with an indicative captured interbank exchange rate and our fee
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the real exchange rate and our fee will be applied at the time we process your order. We shall then make payment to the bank account details you have provided.
Ideally, whenever you are buying or selling Philippines Peso it is always a good idea to research where the interbank exchange rate is. The interbank exchange rate gives you a guide as you want to transact as closely to it as possible. For ease, we always show what the mid market rate is on our currency converters.
In a nutshell, when you are selling back Philippines Peso and converting to GBP you want to do so when the Philippines Peso is strong against British Pound. This way you will get more British Pound for every Philippines Peso sold. If you are buying Philippines Peso the reverse applies and you should try to buy when Philippines Peso weak against the British Pound since this would mean more Philippines Peso for every British Pound you spend.
The smarter way to sell Philippines Peso and get the most in Pounds!
The Philippine Peso gets its name from the Spanish peso and has a history that dates back to the pre-colonial era. Until 1967 both its coinage and banknotes used English. However, moving forward, it adopted the Filipino language. This is also why many people refer to Peso as 'Piso'. Nevertheless, it has made its mark in the forex market with about 0.3% of daily trade consisting of the Philippine Peso.
Official name - Philippine Peso
Code - PHP
Symbol - ₱
Subunit - Sentimo/Centavo/Centimo
If you are searching for ways to sell PHP and gain the most value, search online. Unfortunately, offline currency exchange institutions like banks and bureaux de change are notorious for charging unreasonable exchange rates. Moreover, they tend to levy hidden fees making the amount you receive in exchange extremely low.
On the other hand, online companies charge better Philippines Peso exchange rates, and you also get to compare them conveniently. But, if you are not careful, you can very easily register for a company that adds hidden fees and commissions on their exchange rates with little or no transparency.
No more settling for terrible currency exchange rates. Opt for complete transparency!
The Currency Club is the first online currency exchange service provider, openly offering access to live interbank rates. You can use these live rates for Philippines Peso and calculate our spread. This way, you can easily estimate your exchanged amount in Pounds.
Unlike other companies, we have no hidden fees. Rather we are known for offering the market best rates for Philippines Peso. Along with that, we also try to make the process as streamlined as possible to convert currencies without any hassle.
So, instead of wasting your currency and time on other institutions, opt for our easy to use buy back services.
Since the exchange rates are always changing, there is no particular amount that you can get against 1000 Philippines Peso. However, if you want to know its value right at this moment, refer to our currency converter.
Banking institutions keep a fixed exchange rate for a day. So, if you sell Philippines Peso to a bank in exchange for Pounds, you will have to settle for that terrible rate even if the interbank rates are better at that moment.
We are pretty confident about offering the best market deals. Hence, you do not have to look anywhere else to compare our live Philippine Peso exchange rates. Just go to our dedicated "compare us" page and see how great our exchange rates are.