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Where can I change couronnes de Norvége for euros in France today? Abrir Respuesta

In France you can sell couronnes de Norvége for euros primarily at currency suppliers or at your bank. Generally banks apply a fixed commission oscillating between 2.5% and 3% with a minimum of 6 to 10 euros for each currency you do with them.

This applies when you obtain currency or when you change back your surplus to euros. This means that if you exchange the equivalent of 100 euros from couronnes de Norvége to euros, additionally to the couronne norvégienne to euro exchange rate of the day, you will pay between 6 and 10 additional euros as commission. Currency suppliers that advertise no commission are more interesting since they do not apply you this commission.

Comparer Devise shows you the NOK-EUR exchange prices of the day and displays them from most to least interesting to help you choose well where to sell your couronnes de Norvége to euros.

Is there a limit to the amount of couronnes de Norvége that I can sell on the Internet in France when I change couronnes de Norvége to euros? Abrir Respuesta

Generally, travelers change couronnes de Norvége to euros about the equivalent in € to seven hundred in France.

If, for any reason, you have to change couronnes de Norvége to euros for over the equivalent of 5,000 €, it is recommended to contact your bank or currency supplier.

Primarily to negotiate a more interesting NOK-EUR price than the one you see in our website. Secondly to validate that they are authorized to buy you with the level of personal data they have about you.

I have previously changed Euros to couronnes norvégiennes, what can I do if I have leftover couronnes norvégiennes when I return to France? Abrir Respuesta

All travel money providers in France dedicate to the purchase and sale of travel money. If you come back with couronnes norvégiennes left over after your trip, you just need to go to Comparer and select our Sell your currency tab in the top menu.

Then select your town of residence and we will display the amount of Euros the different travel money providers will offer on the day in your city for your remaining couronnes norvégiennes.

Keep in mind that they will just order you couronnes norvégiennes banknotes but not loose change.

Where to change and where not to sell couronnes to euros in France Abrir Respuesta

The place you are never advised in making a couronne norvégienne to euro currency exchange is at the airport. As with the bottle of water at the price of gold, the airport manager and the airport currency supplier, share the benefits of your exchange at the airport. Bear in mind, the more players that intervene in the travel money game the more expensive the prices to charge to people.

Almost all banks in France impose on you a three per cent fee, with a minimum (whichever is higher) quantity of 6 to 10 euros.

Is it safe to change couronnes de Norvége to euros online in France? Abrir Respuesta

In places like the the USA or the UK, it is customary to order foreign currency online. The traveler that wants to change couronnes de Norvége to euros will go to a travel money website such as Comparer Devise or directly to a foreign currency supplier and sell online their couronnes de Norvége or any other currency for euros he/she wants to sell.

Do I have to show any type of identity card to sell my couronnes norvégiennes in exchange for euros? Abrir Respuesta

To sell couronnes norvégiennes to Euros on the Internet here you have to carry with you a passport or a resident´s identity card called carte nationale d´identité. These documents allow you to identify yourself when making your NOK-EUR order in person or online.

How can I know the best NOK-EUR exchange rate today here? Abrir Respuesta

To find out the best couronne norvégienne to euro exchange rate, we recommend you carry out a simulation on Comparer Devise.

You will see that a column appears in the result page that says NOK-EUR exchange today.

Then look at the number below for all currency suppliers. With reference to banks, we display an median rate, however bear in mind that virtually all of them in France impose, in addition to the price, a commission of 2.5 to 3% on average, with a minimum of between six to ten euros.

The exchange rate you obtain is known as the couronne norvégienne to euro direct exchange rate, and the higher that number is, the more Euros you will acquire for each couronne norvégienne you hand in. Comparer Devise compares the exchange rates every day so that you get the best currency exchange every day when you sell couronnes to euros.

How does the ISO to EUR currency exchange work? Abrir Respuesta

Banks and currency suppliers are retailers that buy from currency wholesale companies and travellers the notes they think they will be able to to sell to travellers seekinging to buy NOKs at the wholesale exchange rate or the retail rate (interbank exchange rate) and add their working margin.

They profit from the NOKs you offer them and offer those notes to other people at their selling price of the day, winning that margin.

For example, if you wish to sell NOKs in exchange for euros, you contact your bank or currency supplier and pay the Buy price of the day they display. That price already contains a profit margin for the currency provider.

Is it recommendable to make an online reservation of couronnes for euros in France? Abrir Respuesta

Absolutely. If you need to block the NOK-EUR rate you see on our result page. And also if you want to ensure that the travel money provider won´t impose on you a fee.

In France you can fall into the hands of some currency suppliers with a bad reputation who impose on their users a remarkable fee when changing couronnes to euros directly from their offices without having previously ordered on their Internet site.

When is the best moment to sell couronnes de Norvége to euros in France? Abrir Respuesta

As the rates of currencies fluctuate all the time with respect to each other, there is no best moment to sell travel money (in this case couronnes de Norvége) for euros in France.

It is advisable to pay attention to how the economy of your country is evolving in comparison of that of France. Normally, when the economy of your country is tough, its currency tends to depreciate with respect to the euro. This means that for the same couronnes de Norvége you will obtain less euros.

Comparer Devise displays the buy price of couronnes de Norvége to euros, arranged from cheapest to least, so that you can decide where to sell couronnes de Norvége.

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