All currency providers in Spain dedicate to the sale and purchase of holiday money. If you have Danish Korunas left over upon return to Spain, you just need to go to Cambiator.es and choose our Sell your currency tab in the top menu.
Then indicate your city of residence and we will show you the total Euros the different currency suppliers will offer on the day in your city for your remaining Danish Korunas.
Please acknowledge that they will just buy you Danish Korunas notes but not loose coins.
To sell Danish Korunas to Euros online in Spain you must show a resident´s ID card (DNI or NIE) or a passport. These documents permit you to identify yourself when selling foreign currency in person or on the Internet.
There is no better or worse moment to sell korunas DKK to euros. All the travel money raise or decline all the time based on the other travel money they are matched with.
Therefore, when you intend selling korunas DKK for euros, the highly advised thing you can do is carry on a preceding price matching on Cambiator.
In Spain there are three businesses where you can sell Danish crowns to euros. You will probably think first of your bank. Nevertheless, the banks will all add an exchange rate to your Danish crowns as well as a fee of 3%. This implies that, to give an example when you change the equivalent of a thousand euros from Danish crowns to euros you will have to pay a 30 € commission.
On the other hand, your other option might be the airport upon arrival to Spain. However, this channel is the most overpriced of all alternatives because the currency suppliers located there, have to pay portion of their benefits to the airport manager.
Foreign exchange providers based out of the airports in Spain are a much better alternative to change Danish crowns to euros.
In countries like the the USA or the UK, it is customary to obtain foreign currency online. The user who needs to change korunas to euros will go to a holyday money comparison service like Cambiator or directly to a currency supplier and order online their korunas or whatever currency for euros she/he needs to change.
The median DKK-EUR currency exhange in Spain of a tourist who exchanges Danish crowns to euros is usually around the equivalent to seven hundred euros.
If you have to order Danish crowns for more than 5,999 euros in value, the requirements that your travel money provider will demand from you will be reinforced. That is, they can ask you to prove the source of your Danish crowns or your employment contract, etc.
Nevertheless up to the equivalent in Danish crowns of 5900 € per calendar quarter, the Spanish currency suppliers do not normally ask you for more than the Spanish ID card (DNI or NIE) to sell Danish crowns to euros.
Welcome to our currency exchange comparison service that helps you sell your Danish Korunas for euros at the best exchange rate each day in Spain. Our objective is for you to save when exchanging currency for your stay in Spain, and also if you travel abroad and want to buy Danish Korunas with euros.
To obtain the best DKK-EUR exchange rate today, select the foreign currency you want to sell, type in the amount in Danish Korunas you want to change to euros and choose your location so that we can show you the nearest currency exchange bureau.
As a rule, you will find the best foreign exchange prices with us rather than directly at your bank or currency supplier because we have negotiated discounts.
Currency exchange is a business similar to many others: you have travellers who sell and buy currencies like the Danish Koruna in exchange for euros to/from a retail company (the one that sells/buys from us korunas).
If they do not stock enough number of korunas, they adquire them from a wholesale company. The difference between what they have paid for the korunas and what they charge you when you buy them is the profit margin they make.
Nevertheless, in this currency exchange business, it may be the case that the bank or currency supplier will not buy the banknotes from an intermediary, but instead obtains them from an individual flying to to Spain with korunas.
In this case, in addition to obtaining a margin for buying the Danish Koruna notes from this traveller, they apply to you another margin when they offer you the currency. Double win!
In general, we recommend you to sell your holiday money in safe locations and where they do not impose on you a commission, in addition to an exchange margin. Literally all banks in Spain and some physical currency suppliers will apply to you a currency exchange commission of around 3 per cent, with a minimum (whichever is higher), between 6 and 10 euros.
This means that if you exchange the equivalent of one hundred € from Danish Koruna to euro, as well as an exchange margin, you will be charged a fixed fee of between 6 and 10 euros, since it is a larger amount than the 3 euros fee that would correspond to applying 3% to 100 euros. If you exchange the equivalent of six hundred euros from Danish Koruna to euro, they would impose a 3% fee. That is eighteen euros, which is higher than the minimum of between 6 and 10 euros.
The economical korunas DKK to euro prices are normally found when you change them online to collect them from from an outlet of a currency supplier around you.
Regarding to Spanish banks, almost all of them permit online booking. Some of them let you reserve online and collect your euros later that month. Nevertheless the Danish Koruna to euro rate you will have to pay will be, that of the day of collection, not that of the day you ordered the korunas DKK to euro change.
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