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Precio web (envío a domicilio)

Additional discount. Use code CAMBIATOR in your reservation
1 EUR = 0,685475 JOD
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Precio web (envío a domicilio)

Ria, a subsidiary of the Euronet group, is a leading foreign exchange company. It offers home delivery service in just 48 hours, as well as a network of stores in premium locations in the main cities of Spain. More details

If you book online at this branch from the Ria website:
  • Book online and collect at this branch
  • No surprises: secure this exchange rate for 5 days
  • 60 currencies available
  • Pay in Euros at the branch, on the day of collection, by card or cash
If you go directly to the branch without going through the Ria website:
  • Purchase subject to stock availability
  • You will get teh price of the day
  • Provide the CAMBIATOR promocode to the cashier to benefit from an additional discount
  • Payment by card or cash

Precio web (envío a domicilio)

Exclusive price. Use CAMBIATOR voucher on the iCambio website
1 EUR = 0,500000 JOD
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Precio web (envío a domicilio)

iCambio is the trademark of Change Center, a foreign exchange office born in 1991. They have exchange offices in Madrid, Andalusia (Málaga, Fuengirola, Torremolinos, Marbella, Seville and Córdoba) and Alicante (Benidorm) and a home delivery website . More details

If you place a purchase online or by phone with iCambio you benefit from this exclusive price:
  • Online purchases without commissions up to 60 currencies
  • Use the CAMBIATOR discount code on the iCambio website
  • Online payment by card or by transfer
  • Delivery where you say in 24-72 hours *
  • Minimum order 20 EUR
  • Orders> 1000 EUR: free shipping *
* Deliveries in Peninsula and Balearic Islands. * Shipping costs 5 euros
If you make a reservation to pick up at iCambio branches you benefit from this exclusive price:
  • You can buy 55 different currencies
  • You ensure the availability of the currency
  • Exclusive price not available in iCambio offices *
  • Payment at the office by card or by transfer
  • You will get an identifier to present at the office *
* Present your unique CAMBIATOR voucher in the branch in a maximum of 7 days to obtain this exclusive price.
At your bank

At your bank

Spanish banks do not trade this currency
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At your bank

Today's average exchange rate for this foreign currency in the main banks in Spain. The euros to be paid by the bank will charge a commission of between 2.5% and 3%, with a minimum of € 6 to € 10 (the most expensive of the two). More details

Bank fees Virtually all banks in Spain charge you a more or less competitive exchange rate like the one above, in addition to a commission, every time you change currency. We show you what you get in both cases, but to get an idea, estimate a 3% with a minimum of about 10 euros.
Examples of bank commissions that await you:
  • You change € 100. Your bank charges you 6-10 € fixed (fixed commission> 2-3%).
  • You change € 500. Your bank charges you € 10-15 (2-3% commission> fixed comm).
  • You change € 1000. Your bank charges you € 20-30 (2-3% commission> fixed comm.)
At the airport

At the airport

244,96 JOD
Average prices today at airports
1 EUR = 0,420885 JOD
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At the airport

Average prices today for this foreign currency in the two main airports in Spain: Madrid-Barajas Adolfo Suarez Airport and Barcelona El Prat. More details

Every day thousands of people change currency at Spanish airports, where it is very comfortable, but not cheap at all! Almost all of these travelers have something in common: leaving travel money for last minute and not caring much about the exchange rate applied to them at the airport.
In exchange for travelers, the airport authority requires the exchange supplier to participate in the revenues from all currency operations. This makes the currency exchange at airports a lot more expensive than at high street level. Therefore, the airport should be our last currency exchange option in Spain.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) EUR-JOD

How will I know the best euro to Jordanian Dinar exchange rate today? Abrir Respuesta

Getting to know the best exchange rate to obtain dinars with Euros today is as easy as heading to Cambiator.es and selecting the currency you want to buy.

Keep in mind that the rates and conditions to purchase dinars that you see on our website are exclusive to be better than the rates you will obtain if you go directly to the currency provider.

We do not recommend exchanging currency at a Spanish bank. They impose you a commission of around 2 to 3per cent as well as a margin.

Exchanging currency at the airport is not recommended at all when buying dinars.

Is there a limit to the amount of Jordanian Dinars that I can acquire from an online supplier in Spain? Abrir Respuesta

The median amount of Jordanian Dinars in Spain of an end customer who exchanges Euros for Jordanian Dinars is usually around 700 €. If you need to order more than 5,999 €, the mandatory documents that your foreign currency supplier will demand from you will be addiotional. To rephrase it, they could ask you to prove the origin of your Euros or your employment contract, etc.

Nevertheless up to euros per calendar quarter, the Spanish travel money providers do not normally ask you for more than the Spanish ID card (DNI or NIE) to get Jordanian Dinars.

Is it safe to buy online Jordanian Dinars in Spain? Abrir Respuesta

Buying online Jordanian Dinars in Spain is very safe. Bear in mind that it is done with currency suppliers that must have an authorization from the Bank of Spain.

Furthermore, these foreign currency suppliers are companies subject to investigation and can be sanctioned if they do not comply with the strict legal measures in Spain to indicate with whom they exchange Jordanian Dinars.

Where to acquire and where not to acquire Jordan dinars in Spain Abrir Respuesta

Foreign currency banknotes like the Jordanian Dinar are in every way identical in all locations: banks, currency suppliers in your city and airports. If you are interested in price, Cambiator helps you find the best euro to Jordanian Dinar exchange rate of the day, with no charge.

If you are interested in convenience, in addition to a good exchange rate, you can choose a currency provider with home delivery service.

{And if you are {looking for|more interested in for security and trust, it is best to collect directly your Jordan dinars at a branch near your hotel, home or office. You can find these alternatives on this results page you are now looking at.

How does the euro to Jordanian Dinar currency exchange work? Abrir Respuesta

To know how currency exchange works, think of any retail shop that trades a product to you as an individual. The provider acquires merchandise from a supplier known as wholesaler at a purchase price, to which it adds a profit margin.

The gap between the consumer price at which you buy in that shop (eg your dinars JOD) and what it cost the business to buy those dinars JOD is the profit it obtains in that foreign exchange.

But there is a distinction in currency exchange with other activities. In principle, foreign currency banknotes (dinars JOD in this case) rotate from hand to hand, that is, they are not consumed.

For that reason, it may be the case that a currency supplier or a bank acquires dinars JOD from a tourist who enters Spain (gaining a profit) and those same dinars JOD pass into your hands when you order that currency (new profit margin).

Is it safe to make an online purchase or reservation of dinars JOD in Spain? Abrir Respuesta

If you want to guarantee the availability of dinars JOD for your vacation, the best thing you can do is make an online reservation on the website of your preferred foreign currency provider.

In addition, in this way you skip the possible fees that some currency suppliers in Spain impose on you if you present yourself directly in one of their stores.

In Spain if you reserve online on your bank's App or online store, you will still be charged their foreign currency fee of around 2 to 3%, and you will be charged the exchange prices of the day of collection, not those of the day of the online reservation.

I have changed Euros to Jordan dinars, what do I do if I have leftover Jordan dinars on my way back from a holiday? Abrir Respuesta

Once your travels are over, you can change your remaining currency, only banknotes, never loose coins, (Jordan dinars in this caseat your bank or your closest travel money supplier.

Find out the Jordanian Dinar to Euro prices firstly and carry out a comparison on our website to find out the better provider. Bear in mind that your bank will charge you, once again, a commission near to 3% with a minimum of six to nine Euros (the greater of the two).

Do I need to provide any kind of identity card to acquire dinars? Abrir Respuesta

The usual thing is that the currency provider where you will order your dinars will demand from you to show an updated and valid ID card (resident´s ID card (DNI or NIE) or passport in Spain). Have in mind that the driver's license is not generally accepted as a valid ID.

On the other end banks do not normally ask for any ID from their customers who acquire dinars for they already identified them at the time of opening a bank account with them.

When is the best moment to acquire Jordanian Dinars? Abrir Respuesta

As the rates of currencies change all the time with respect to each other, there is no best moment to order travel money (in this case Jordanian Dinars).

It is recommended to be attentive to how the economy of the country whose currency you are interested in is evolving. In general, when the economy of that country is difficult, its local currency tends to depreciate with respect to the rest. This means that for the same euros you would get more Jordanian Dinars.

Cambiator displays the sell price of Jordanian Dinars, arranged from cheapest to least, so that you can decide where to buy Jordanian Dinars.

Where can I acquire Jordanian Dinars during my holidays in Spain? Abrir Respuesta

Usually, when we need Jordanian Dinars in Spain we only think of banks. But we forget that practically practically all banks in Spain impose on you a a margin on the Jordanian Dinars that you purchase from them, as well as, a fixed commission of 3% (with a minimum of between 6 and 10 euros).

This makes the foreign currency exchange more expensive and almost always it is much more recommended to exchange travel money at currency provider. These businesses offer the possibility of purchasing your Jordanian Dinars trough home delivery or click and collect.

In regard to the airport, it is always the least interesting option since it is much less interesting than the foreign exchange suppliers based out of these premises.

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