If you believed that your the airport or your bank were the sole places to sell dinars KWDs for euros on this day in France, please, first browse rates in the various currency providers that we have matched for you above.
You can see that for the same quantity of dinars KWDs, you will buy more Euros depending on the supplier you select and you can dispose of the remnants on other leisure activities for your trip (coffees, souvenirs, transportation, etc.).
If you are going to to change KWDs to euros you only have to choose KWDs in our currency purchase form, tab Sell Currency. Then type in the amount you want to sell and choose your location in order to get the nearest currency exchange office.
Comparer Devise will show you the results of the different currency providers, ordered from cheaper to more expensive. We will also show you the median rate at french high street banks and at the airports (if they manage).
If you have dinars du Koweït left over after your trip, go to our Sell your currency tab, fill in the dinar koweïtien amount you did not spend (notes only, not loose coins) and select your town. We will show you the closest foreign currency provider´s stores that will purchase your remaining dinars du Koweït from you and the quantity of Euros they will hand you in exchange.
Please acknowledge that they will uniquely order you dinars du Koweït banknotes but not loose coins.
Currency providers in France normally cap the maximum quantity of foreign currency to be bought from dinar koweïtien to euro to the equivalent in euros to 3,000 to 6,000 € per calendar quarter.
This is mandatory by the AML regulations. If you need to change a larger quantity of dinars to Euros, we advise you to speak directly with the currency provider.
They might ask from you additional documentation and proof of the origins of your dinars (identity card, passport, certificate of professional activity, income statements, etc.).
No doubt. Comparer Devise has surveyed the french market for currency suppliers and banks for more than five years and we know that, depending on the currency you need to change, some currencies are easy to accept in exchange for euros and other less frequent ones are not.
Generally the dinar koweïtien to euro rate is cheaper when you order them online to do a click and collect than if you go directly to the currency supplier store.
In France, foreign currency providers and some banks are beginning to offer online currency exchange services to their clients when you change dinars to euros online.
You just have to make an online KWD-EUR booking. Then choose a branch of the supplier where to pick the euros from. And the day you will head to the chosen outlet.
Bear in mind that rates vary daily so it will be optimal to order online the very day you will go to the agency.
Currency suppliers and banks are retail businesses that buy from travellers and currency wholesalers the banknotes they think they will be able to to sell to their customers wanting to buy dinars koweïtiens at the retail rate or the professional exchange rate (interbank market) and add their profit margin.
They profit from the dinars koweïtiens you offer them and sell those notes to other travellers at their selling rate of the day, winning that differene.
For instance, if you wish to sell dinars koweïtiens in exchange for euros, you go to a bank or currency supplier and pay the Buy price of the day they display. That rate already contains a profit for the currency supplier.
The dinar koweïtien to euro price changes every day. The currencies of countries with more stable economies fluctuate less, and vice-versa. But it is also necessary to bear in mind events such as Brexit or the Ukraine war, major sporting events or economic crisis, which can impact the forex rates of a specific currency, like the dinar koweïtien, right away.
Nevertheless, most banks and currency suppliers often revise the rate at which they sell or buy dinars koweïtiens once a day, first thing in the morning.
Comparer Devise always has its prices updated, so that you access the best data available on exchange rates.
In general, we recommend to avoid any entity that charges you a fee additionally to an exchange margin, and browse on our website the dinar koweïtien to euro daily exchange rate.
Practically all banks in France impose on you a 3% fee, with a minimum (whichever is higher) quantity between 6 and 10 euros.
Keep in mind that the smaller the amount of dinars KWDs to sell to euros, the higher the impact of this fixed commission on your personal finances.
Generally speaking, when you change dinars to euros at your bank branch, they will already know their customers and you will only have to identify yourself as a customer of that entity.
If you change dinars to euros at a foreign currency supplier´s store, on the street or at the airport, you will need to show a valid and current identity card (passport or resident´s identity card called carte nationale d´identité in France). Bear in mind that your driver's license is not accepted as a valid document when changing dinars to Euros.