Morrisons has launched an exciting new feature in stores and it’s just in time for the summer holidays. 

The supermarket has launched a new online currency exchange service in partnership with Eurochange.

Morrisons has launched a new online currency exchange service in partnership with Eurochange


Morrisons has launched a new online currency exchange service in partnership with Eurochange

Shoppers will now be able to order currency online and have it delivered to their doorstep or pick it up in-store while they are shopping. 

The currency can be collected from one of 50 UK Morrisons Travel Money kiosks. 

Morrisons Travel Money kiosks are currently available in towns and cities including:

  • Bradford
  • Leeds
  • Sheffield 
  • St Helen’s 
  • Edinburgh 
  • Glasgow
  • Nottingham
  • London
  • Basingstoke 
  • Hastings

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Alternatively, the currency can be collected from one of Eurochange’s 240 branches.

Jamie Winter, a services director at Morrisons said: “Morrisons Travel Money with Eurochange will provide our customers with easy access to a wide range of currencies at competitive exchange rates

 “Whether they are headed to Europe, the USA or further afield, our customers can now lock in their rates by ordering online and then pick up their travel money, along with their sun cream and holiday essentials, from our stores.”

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Make sure you shop around when looking for currency exchange rates as they are always changing.

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It’s often best to plan ahead and use a comparison tool to find the best deal.

How do I order travel money online through Morrisons?

First, head over to and use the currency converter to select the currency you want. 

Over 50 different currencies are available including Euros, US and Australian dollars, Turkish lira, yen, dirham, rupees and Thai baht.

You will then need to add your currency to a shopping cart and pay online. 

When you buy currency with Morrisons Travel Money, you can choose to click and collect your order or have it delivered to your door. 

For home delivery orders, Morrisons can only deliver to the billing address registered to your payment card.

Online, you can order a minimum of £200 worth of currency and a maximum of £2,500 worth.

Click and collect orders can be ready in as little as 60 seconds subject to availability. 

For home delivery, if an order is placed before 2:30pm, your currency will arrive the next working day. Weekend delivery is also available.

How can I get the best currency rates?

Currency exchange rates are always changing but there are a few things you can do to find the best deals.

  • Don’t buy cash at the airport – you’ll always be able to beat the rate with a bit of forward planning. Buying foreign currency ahead of travelling means you’re given time to search for the best rates. One major thing to avoid is buying cash at the airport on the day, as exchange rates can be around 20% higher than normal.
  • Compare travel money companies online  Factor in delivery costs and choose the option that gives you the most cash to spend on holiday. If you’ve left it until the last minute order online for airport collection so you get the best of both worlds.
  • Use comparison tools – Compare travel money companies as these will show you how to get the best rates and any possible fees you might have to pay. MoneySavingExpert’s TravelMoneyMax enables you to compare pick-up and pre-order rates.
  • Don’t pay for travel money with a credit card – it’s likely you’ll be charged a cash withdrawal fee which adds to the cost.
  • Top up a prepaid card to lock in your rate now – Choose your card and read the T&Cs carefully as some apply hefty fees. WeSwap, FairFX and Caxton FX are all worth checking out.
  • Always choose to pay in the local currency rather than sterling – This will help you avoid sneaky exchange fees.

Which other supermarkets offer travel money services?

Asda also has a Travel Money bureau. You can simply buy online, in-store at one of our nationwide bureaux or over the phone.

Tesco has a travel money service and you can use Cubcards prices to get better deals on your exchanges. 

Tesco does free delivery on orders worth £500 or more.

Sainsbury’s bank has a travel money bureau and you can get 0% commission when you buy travel money from any in-store bureau. 

Plus you can get an even better exchange rate if you’re a Nectar member.


M&S has a travel money service through M&S Bank. You can use the store calculator to estimate what you’re exchange rate will be. 

You can see the M&S Bank Bureau Finder to find your nearest M&S Bureau de Change and opening hours.

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