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Your High Street Foreign Exchange Provider

Currency Xtra provides Foreign Exchange in many different ways, at the most competitive rates imaginable, for private individuals, and businesses or companies of all sizes.

We’re your local foreign exchange experts, with an international wingspan. We’re based in beautiful Northern Ireland, but we can transact business all over the world, and with real live, walk-in offices in Enniskillen, Lisnaskea, Belleek and Omagh, we’re right on hand to give you the best value and service you’ll get. Big or small, we can cater for all your forex needs. Some of the reasons to use Currency Xtra are:

We are local

On the high street in Enniskillen, Lisnaskea, Belleek & Omagh.

Professional service

Our experienced, friendly & helpful staff are here to help.

At your convenience

We accept cash and all major cards instore.

Pay bills worldwide

We have a huge choice of currencies available.

How do we compare?

We offer the best exchange rates on the high street; and commission free!
Check-out how our rate compares to other providers. £100 (GBP) will buy:

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*Exchange rate = 1.130
Rates correct on 25/09/2023.
Exchange rates calculated are for illustration purposes only – actual rates may vary.

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Sterling ~ Euro

Sterling ~ US Dollars

New store open in Belleek

October 31st, 2017|

October 2017 has seen another significant step in Currency Xtra’s history, with the opening of our fourth branch, this time in Belleek, so now we're even better-placed than ever to serve the people of Fermanagh, and also those from Donegal, Sligo, Leitrim and beyond into the bargain. We’re delighted to [...]

Why do currencies fluctuate?

October 24th, 2017|

Exchange rates can fluctuate wildly, and what’s good for one person or business isn’t necessarily good for another. The main currencies that concern people in UK and Ireland are Sterling, Euro and US Dollar. If you live in the UK and the Pound is weak against the Euro or the [...]

How will Brexit affect your currency?

October 17th, 2016|

Brexit continues to dominate the news and Foreign Exchange markets. Another day, another Brexit story, and more uncertainty. This week the always moving car industry in the UK urged the government to provide clarity “within months” because investment decisions cannot be postponed much longer. Does this mean that they are [...]

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