Finding the best exchange rate to sell dinars JOD to Euros today in Spain is as easy as browsing Cambiator.es and selecting the currency you want to sell in our currency purchase widget, tab Sell Currency.
Bear in mind that the rates and conditions to sell dinars JOD to euros that you see on our website are guaranteed to be better than the conditions you will be applied if you go directly to the currency supplier.
We do not recommend exchanging foreign currencies at a Spanish high street bank. They charge 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 selling dinars JOD to euros.
The functionning of the Jordanian Dinar to euro currency exchange is easy to understand. Foreign currency notes are physical products that circulate around the world. Some currencies, such as the dollar or the pound, are very well distributed, and other currencies not so much.
The more difficult it is to sell or buy a currency, the more expensive it will be to acquire it. One of the reasons for this is that some countries restrict the how much currency you can leave the country with.
If you are planning to sell Jordanian Dinars for euros, we recommend you to compare rates at the airport, at your bank and at currency supplier. And much better, to observe those prices at Cambiator.
Cambiator does not recommend changing Jordan dinars to euros at the airport. This should be your last choice, as it is the most expensive.
We also do not recommend doing a JOD-EUR currency exchange in a Spanish bank because almost all banks in Spain apply to you a 3% fee, with a minimum (whichever is higher) quantity between 6 and 10 euros. Lest you have the power to negotiate with them removing the commission.
There is no worse or better moment to exchange Jordanian Dinars to euros. All currencies appreciate or depreciate all the time based on the other currencies they are measured against.
Therefore, when you try to sell Jordanian Dinars for euros, the most recommended thing you can do is make a prior price matching on Cambiator.
In Spain you can sell dinars for euros basically at your bank or at the currency suppliers. Generally banks charge you a fixed fee oscillating between 2.5% and 3% with a minimum of 6 to 10 euros for each currency exchange you do with them.
This applies when you obtain foreign currency or when you offer your surplus to euros. This means that if you exchange the equivalent of 100 euros from dinars to euros, additionally to the JOD-EUR exchange rate of the day, you will be charged between 6 and 10 additional euros as commission. Currency providers that advertise no commission are more interesting since they do not apply you this commission.
Cambiator ranges the Jordanian Dinar to euro exchange rates of the day and sorts them from most to least interesting to help you choose well where to sell your dinars to euros.
In places like the United Kingdom or the United States, it is very common to acquire foreign currency online. The customer that needs to change Jordanian Dinars to euros will go to a holyday money comparison service the likes of Cambiator or directly to a currency supplier and sell online their Jordanian Dinars or any other currency for euros she/he wants to change.
Currency suppliers in Spain usually limit the maximum amount of foreign currency to be bought from Jordanian Dinar to euro to the equivalent in euros to 3,000 to 6,000 € per calendar quarter.
This is done in accordance with the requirements of the money laundering prevention regulations. If you want to exchange a higher amount of dinars JOD to Euros, Cambiator recommends to speak directly with the foreign currency provider.
They might ask from you additional documentation and proof of the source of your dinars JOD (identity card, passport, certificate of professional activity, income statements, etc.).
Absolutely. If you want to guarantee the JOD-EUR price you see on the results page of Cambiator. And also if you need to ensure that the holiday money supplier won´t impose on you a commission.
In Spain there are some holiday money providers with a bad reputation that charge their clients an outstanding commission when selling Jordanian Dinars to euros directly from their stores without having previously reserved on their website.
If you have Jordan dinars left over after your trip, go to our Sell your currency tab, enter the Jordanian Dinar value you saved (notes only, not loose coins) and choose your town. We will tell you the closest currency provider´s outlets that will acquire your exceeding Jordan dinars from you and the quantity of Euros they will give you in exchange.
Please acknowledge that they will uniquely purchase you Jordan dinars notes but not loose change.
Indeed. According to the money laundering prevention regulations, the Spanish foreign currency suppliers will ask you when you exchange travel money to euros (and vice-versa) an updated and valid ID card. If you change dinars JOD to euros at least they will demand from you for your resident´s ID card (DNI or NIE) or passport.
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