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Your travel money sorted

Cash in hand

Heading to the USA, UK, Australia, Canada, or Poland? Pop into a post office to get dollars, zloty or pounds commission-free. No need to order or pay in advance.

Foreign Currency Cash
Foreign Currency Cash

Card in pocket

With the An Post Money Currency Card, you can purchase and top up 16 currencies on a single card and use it at millions of shops, restaurants and ATMs worldwide. Stay in control abroad with our app to manage your card, view your spending and top up/exchange your currencies with ease.

Currency Card
Currency Card

Foreign Currency Calculator

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Euro

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Sterling

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Cash available in the currencies with the icon from participating post offices

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Don’t forget your travel insurance

Chilling on a beach or skiing on the slopes, solo or with your family, An Post Insurance Travel Insurance^ has the right cover for you. Now includes cover for the expense* of staying on if you get Covid-19 while abroad.

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^Travel Insurance available through An Post Insurance, who is a wholly owned subsidiary of An Post. An Post Insurance Travel Insurance is arranged, administered, and underwritten by Chubb European Group SE.*Cover limited to €3,000 and subject to €90 excess.

An Post Money Currency Card is issued by PPS EU SA pursuant to license by Mastercard® International. PPS EU SA is authorised by the National Bank of Belgium and is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland for conduct of business rules. Mastercard is a registered trademark, and the circles design is a trademark of Mastercard International Incorporated.
An Post is authorised by the Minister for Finance to provide Foreign Currency Cash.

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One Direct (Ireland) Limited, trading as An Post Insurance, is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.