Sell Your Foreign Currency for New Zealand Dollars

Exchange your foreign currency back into NZD

We know that these are trying times for travellers that have just returned from overseas, or those who have had to cancel their trips altogether. We want to let you know that we are here for you. Convert your foreign currency back into NZD*, every dollar counts.

What you need to know*:

  • We can only convert bank notes
  • Notes must be in decent condition (no tears etc...)

We convert the following foreign currencies to NZD

CountryCurrencyCodeMore Info
AustraliaAustralian DollarAUD
BruneiBrunei dollarBND
BrazilBrazilian RealBRL
CanadaCanadian dollarCAD
ChileChilean pesoCLPNotes larger than 20
ChinaChinese renminbiCNY
ColombiaColombian pesoCOP
Czech RepublicCzech korunaCZK
DenmarkDanish kroneDKK
EgyptEgyptian PoundEGP
European UnionEuroEUR
FijiFijian dollarFJD
Hong KongHong Kong dollarHKD
HungaryHungarian ForintHUF
IcelandIcelandic KroneISK
IndiaIndain rupeeINRNotes larger than 200
IndonesiaIndonesian RupiahIDRNotes larger than 20,000
IsraelIsraeli New SheqelILS
JapanJapanese YenJPY
JordanJordanian DinarJOD
KenyaKenyan ShillingKES
KuwaitKuwaiti DinarKWD
MalaysiaMalaysian RinggitMYRNotes larger than 20
MauritiusMauritian RupeeMUR
MexicoMexican PesoMXN
MoroccoMoroccan DirhamMAD
NorwayNorwegian KroneNOK
OmanOmani RialOMR
PakistanPakistanee RupeePKR
PhilippinesPhilippines PesoPHPNotes larger than 200
PolandPolish ZlotyPLN
Saudi ArabiaSaudi RiyalSAR
SingaporeSingapore DollarSGD
South AfricaSouth African RandZAR
South KoreaSouth Korea WonKRW
SwedenSwedish KronaSEK
SwitzerlandSwiss francCHF
ThailandThai BahtTHBNotes larger than 100
TurkeyTurkish LiraTRY
United Arab EmiratesUAE DirhamAED
United Kingdom (UK)British PoundGBP
United States of America (USA)American DollarUSD
VietnamVietnamese DongVND
SamoaSamoan TalaWST

How to Sell Foreign Currency to Travelex

Selling your foreign currency is easy, simply follow the steps below and you’ll soon have more Kiwi dollars back in your wallet.

1. Take your foreign currency banknotes into any of our Travelex stores* across New Zealand.
*Please click “Find your Nearest Store” below to see which of our stores are currently open.

2. Exchange your leftover notes and leave with New Zealand dollars in your wallet!*

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How to Sell Foreign Currency to Travelex

Why Sell Your Foreign Currency to Travelex?

1. We’re leaders in foreign exchange and have been buying and selling foreign currency for more than 40 years. In fact, we help millions of New Zealanders every year get the currency they need!

2. We’re there when you need us. We have stores nationwide across New Zealand where you can and sell your foreign currency – that’s more than any other foreign exchange specialist.

3. We buy-back a range of currencies. From the pound to the USD, Canadian and Singapore dollar and more, we can convert a range of currencies into AUD.

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  • How do I convert foreign currency into Australian dollars?

    It’s easy! Just come into any Travelex store with your leftover currency and one of our team will buy your leftover banknotes at whatever our current buy-back rate is for that currency.

  • Where can I check the buy-back rates?

    Each store has their own buy-back rate so it’s best to either go into your nearest store, or give them a call to find out what the buy-back rate is at that time. Keep in mind this can change regularly throughout the day. Also remember when checking FX to AUD rates online these are usually the market rates which are not available to customers which is why our rates differ.

  • Do you accept foreign coins?

    No, unfortunately we do not accept foreign coins; however, there are plenty of things you can do with your leftover foreign currency coins! (see FAQ below)

  • Which charities collect foreign coins?

    Anyone with leftover foreign coins can donate them to our ‘Currency for Kids’ initiative. This initiative is a commitment by Travelex to help the Starlight Children’s Foundation to grant 10 wishes for seriously ill and hospitalised children and young people.

  • What can I do with my leftover foreign currency coins?

    Many charities accept foreign coins. Many airlines and airports also have collection boxes or envelopes where you can donate your coins. Otherwise you can keep them for your next trip, give them to family and friends travelling to that destination, or simply keep them as mementos from your trip!

  • What condition do my banknotes need to be in?

    We cannot accept banknotes that are torn, faded or have been sticky taped.

  • Do you accept old or discontinued foreign banknotes?

    We can only accept foreign currency banknotes which are current legal tender.

*Terms and Conditions

Available on banknotes acceptable to Travelex only. Travelex does not exchange any coins. Banknotes must be of quality and condition acceptable to Travelex. Subject to store availability and stock availability from time to time. Please click “Find your Nearest Store” below to see which of our stores are currently open. We suggest that you first call up your nearest Travelex store to check that they have enough NZD in stock to complete your transaction before going in-store. Maximum transaction limits will apply.

Travelex terms & conditions and limitations apply. Ask in store or in advance for details.