CurrencyFair Blog CurrencyFair offers up to 50% off transfers from AUD to EUR this Cyber Monday
CurrencyFair is thrilled to announce its best ever Cyber Monday currency exchange offer with up to 50% off transfers from Australian dollar (AUD) to euro (EUR).
Customers wishing to transfer between AUD$2,000 and AUD$4,999 to euro will now receive a reduced margin of 0.22%.
Additionally, CurrencyFair is now the cheapest way to transfer AUD to EUR across a range of popular transfer amounts including AUD$5,000, AUD$10,000 and AUD$15,000 according to independent comparison website Monito.com*.
Paul Byrne, CEO, said, ”We were launched by our Australian founder in 2010 we have continued to provide the best rates for our customers transferring Australian dollars to euro".
"We have been particularly active in the Aussie market in 2020, appointing Irish-born, Australian Olympic marathon runner, Sinead Diver, as our brand ambassador and sponsoring the Australian Irish Film Festival."
"We’ve always had a special relationship with Australia and for the 10th anniversary of our first trade we wanted to honour those links with some exceptional activity that demonstrates our commitment to consumers who can continue to expect the very best value currency exchange rates from CurrencyFair."
CurrencyFair is an international money transfer and payments platform focused on providing the best available exchange rates and experience for customers who need to send money and make payments overseas.
Our customers have traded more than AUD$16 billion (€10 billion) and saved more than AUD$420 million (€260 million) using the service.
Today, the people and businesses, and their reasons for using CurrencyFair are too many to count, but our mission remains the same: to empower them all with access to fair financial services. We do this by embracing the latest technologies to deliver great exchange rates, supported by outstanding customer service and an account that is easy to use.
CurrencyFair offices are located in Ireland, Australia, United Kingdom, Singapore and Hong Kong.
*As of Friday 27th November.