Covid-19 Travel Advice

Many airlines are now operating inbound and outbound flights again so the chance of an overseas holiday this year is still very much possible! Self-isolation measures have also been relaxed so people can travel to the UK from 'safe' countries without having to go into quarantine.

A new traffic light system is now in place which sees countries categorised into red, amber, and green depending on their risk, with green very low risk and red a high-risk destination. Many popular holiday destinations, especially in Europe, have been classified as safe to travel to - you can find the current status here. Long-haul flights to destinations such as Vietnam, Singapore, Hong Kong are reportedly not expected before late summer. No travel is risk-free however, and disruption is still possible.

    If you plan to travel:
  • Read the coronavirus travel guidance to make sure you are prepared for your travel
  • Read the Travel Advice for your destination, for information on local coronavirus measures that you will need to follow
  • Sign up for email alerts for Travel Advice to ensure you are informed of any changes while you are travelling
  • If you have coronavirus symptoms do not travel

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Update

We are pleased to announce that we have now reopened the majority of eurochange and NM Money branches, and can’t wait to welcome you back! All of our branches are open unless they are currently listed here.

Our top priority is keeping our customers and staff safe so we are taking great care in following comprehensive social distancing and cleaning measures, five of which steps can be found here.

If your nearest branch isn't open yet or you'd rather not travel to a branch, you can now order your travel money online again for Home Delivery, or sell back any unused foreign currency via our new sell back postal service.

We'd like to thank you for your ongoing support and look forward to welcoming you back into branch soon!

Risk Assessments
Please see the links below for our risk assessments for COVID-19:

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