The functionning of the TND-EUR currency exchange is easy to understand. Foreign currency banknotes are tangible goods that circulate around the world. Some currencies, such as the dollar or the pound, are very well distributed, and others not so much.
The more difficult it is to get a currency, the more onerous it will be to obtain it. One of the reasons for this is that some countries restrict the quantity of currency you can leave the country with.
If you are planning to make a TND-EUR exchange, it is recommendable to check rates at the airport, at your bank and at currency supplier. And what better, to compare those prices at Comparer Devise.
The TND-EUR rate fluctuates day to day. The currencies of countries with more stable economies oscillate less, and vice-versa. But it is also necessary to weigh in phenomena such as the Ukraine war or Brexit, major sporting events or economic crisis, which can alter the forex rates of a specific currency, like the Tunisian Dinars, inmediately.
Nevertheless, most banks and currency suppliers usually change the price at which they sell or buy dinars TND once a day, first thing in the morning.
Comparer Devise always has its travel money rates up to date, so that you are shown the best information available on exchange rates.
In our country you can change dinars TND for euros primarily at your bank or at the currency suppliers. As a rule 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 purchase foreign currency or when you change back your surplus to euros. This means that if you convert the equivalent of 100 euros from dinars TND to euros, additionally to the Tunisian Dinars to euro exchange rate of the day, you will pay between 6 and 10 extra euros as commission. Currency providers that advertise no commission are more interesting since they do not charge you this commission.
Comparer Devise ranges the Tunisian Dinars to euro exchange prices of the day and displays them from most to least interesting so that you can choose well where to sell your dinars TND to euros.
As a rule, we recommend you to change your foreign currency in safe places and where they do not charge you a commission, in addition to an exchange margin. Almost all banks in France and some physical currency providers will impose on you a currency exchange fee circa 3%, with a minimum (whichever is higher), of six to ten €.
This means that when you change the equivalent of one hundred euros from Tunisian Dinars to euro, in addition to an exchange margin, you will pay a fixed commission of of 6 to 10 euros, since it is an amount higher than the 3 euros commission that would correspond to applying 3% to 100 euros. If you exchange the equivalent of six hundred euros from Tunisian Dinars to euro, they would impose a 3% fee. That is eighteen euros, which is higher than the minimum of of 6 to 10 euros.
When you return to France from your trip, you can exchange your exceeding dinars from Tunisie at your closest of the different currency provider´s stores that participate on the Comparer Devise results page.
Then click/tap on the Sell your currency tab and search for your exceeding currency and then enter the quantity of Tunisian Dinars notes you wish to exchange. Please do not introduce the value of loose coins, because these suppliers will not accept them.
Usually, tourists change dinars TND to euros about the equivalent in € to 700 in France.
If, for whatever reason, you have to change dinars TND to euros for more than the equivalent of 5,000 euros, it is a good idea to contact your supplier or bank.
First to discuss a better Tunisian Dinars to euro price than the one you see in our website. Second to confirm that they are authorized to buy you with the level of personal data they know about you.
In France, today there is no problem in selling your dinars from Tunisie to euros online. Additionally to being a very comfortable service since you change your dinars from Tunisie whenever you need, you avoid commissions.
Generally speaking, if you change dinars to euros at your bank store, they will already know their customers and you will only have to identify yourself as a client of that bank.
When you change dinars to euros at a travel money provider´s office, on the street or at the airport, you will have to show a valid and current identity document (resident´s ID card (carte nationale d´identité) or passport in France). Take into account that the driver's ID will not be accepted as a valid identification document when changing dinars to Euros.
Without doubt. We have followed close the french market for currency suppliers and banks for over five years and concluded that, depending on the currency you want to change, some currencies are easy to accept in exchange for euros but other less frequent ones are not.
Generally the TND-EUR rate is more interesting if you order them online to collect them in store than if you go directly to the currency supplier store.
Welcome to our currency exchange comparison service that helps you sell your dinars from Tunisie for euros at the best exchange rate of the day in France. Our aim is for you to save when you change currency for your stay in France, and also if you travel abroad and want to buy dinars from Tunisie with euros.
To see the best Tunisian Dinars to euro exchange rate of the day, look for the foreign currency you want to change, type in the quantity of dinars from Tunisie you need to change to euros and select your city so that we can show you the nearest currency exchange office.
Normally, you will find the best foreign exchange rates with us rather than directly at your bank or currency supplier because we have negotiated discounts.