Yes, do not hesitate. Cambiator has been analyzing the the foreign currency players in Spain for over five years and concluded that, depending on the currency you want to change, some currencies are easy to accept in exchange for euros and other exotic ones are not.
Generally the Dominican Peso to euro rate will be more interesting if you order them online to do a click and collect than if you go directly to the currency supplier office.
Foreign exchange is a poorly transparent activity in Spain.
When you purchase or sell pesos DOP with euros or pesos DOP in exchange for euros at the airport or at a bank, you are paying more.
Spanish banks practically impose on you a commission of 3% on the pesos DOP that you pruchase or sell from/to them.
And the currency supplier at the airport charges you a very deceiving price taking advantage of the fact that you passed through there.
Balancing rates in a comparison engine like our website that includes 5 currency suppliers in Spain is the best way to get more pesos DOP for the same euros.
Generally speaking, we suggest you to change your travel money in safe places and where they do not impose on you a fee, in addition to an exchange margin. Literally all Spanish banks and some physical currency suppliers will charge you a currency exchange fee circa 3 per cent, with a minimum (whichever is higher), between 6 and 10 euros.
This means that if you exchange the equivalent of 100 euros from Dominican Peso to euro, in addition to an exchange margin, you will have to pay 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 change the equivalent of 600 euros from Dominican Peso to euro, they would apply a 3% fee. That is 18 euros, which is greater than the minimum of of six to ten €.
Indeed. You can change your pesos from Domincan Republic for euros in the online store of a holiday money provider that has an online resevation service.
In addition, they will offer you the possibility of booking online and picking your euros at one of their branches.
For your information prices vary daily so it will be optimal to order online the same day you will head to the agency to change pesos from Domincan Republic for euros.
If you do not qualify for buyback, go to our Sell your currency tab, introduce the Dominican Peso quantity you have (notes only, not loose coins) and select your city. Cambiator will tell you the total Euros the different holiday money suppliers will offer on the day in your town for your leftover pesos from Domincan Republic.
To get the best Dominican Peso to euro exchange rate, we suggest you carry out a simulation on Cambiator.
You will see that a column appears in the result page that says DOP-EUR exchange today.
Then examine the amount below for every currency provider. With reference to banks, we present an median price, but acknowledge that practically all of them in Spain apply, in addition to the rate, a commission of 2.5 to 3per cent normally, with a minimum of between six to ten €.
The exchange rate you see is known as the Dominican Peso to euro direct exchange rate, and the higher that number is, the more Euros you will acquire for each ISO you hand in. Cambiator compares the exchange rates every day so that you get the best currency exchange every day when you change pesos DOP to euros.
Usually, end customers change pesos DOP to euros about the equivalent in € to 700 in Spain.
If, for any reason, you have to change pesos DOP to euros for more than the equivalent of 5,000 euros, it is recommended to contact your bank or currency supplier.
First to discuss a more interesting Dominican Peso to euro price than the one you see in our website. Secondly to confirm that they are authorized to buy you with the level of personal data they know about you.
To sell Dominican Pesos to Euros on the Internet here you will be asked to carry with you a resident´s ID card (DNI or NIE) or a passport. These cards allow you to identify yourself when making your DOP-EUR order physically or online.
People only remember their bank when they sell pesos from Domincan Republic to euros. But Cambiator recommends that you get to know the possibility of foreign exchange suppliers. And the reason for this is because practically all banks in Spain impose on you a fixed commission of 3% (with a minimum of six to ten euros) in addition to a margin on the pesos from Domincan Republic that you sell them in exchange for euros.
For their part, the currency providers that announce no commission are more interesting to your wallet since they do not impose on you this fee.
Cambiator compares all the time for you the DOP-EUR foreign currency exchange rates in your city so that you can pick the alternative that best suits you.
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