QuestionsMoney-ShoppingShould I change leftover cash to sterling in UK or Mauritius?
Anonymous asked 3 weeks ago

I am leaving Mauritius tomorrow and I am wondering if it is better to exchange the remaining cash back into sterling in the UK or in Mauritius.

Ouzla Ghoorun answered 3 weeks ago

In Mauritius. Not sure UK banks will take mauritian rupees.

Pratik Maharaj answered 3 weeks ago

Mauritius

Rajen Ramah answered 3 weeks ago

No foreign exchange counters AFTER immigration desks..

VinRakk Vin answered 3 weeks ago

In Mauritius better

Rach Morris answered 3 weeks ago

Snap! Leaving tomorrow been a lovely stay on this beautiful island x

Bebe Campbell answered 3 weeks ago

Change in Mauritius before you go through to departures

Marie Marlene Louis-Jean answered 3 weeks ago

In Mauritius or keep for next time.

Bilall Paurobally answered 3 weeks ago

Keep it for your next trip…

Mimi Nowbotsing answered 3 weeks ago

Airport

Christian Scholz answered 3 weeks ago

The best thing is comming back and spend the money

Viz Jugessur answered 3 weeks ago

Change in Mauritius. Hassle in the UK to change from MRU

Maria Ross answered 3 weeks ago

Thank you. 😊

Baubhats Aneza Nari answered 3 weeks ago

Keep for next time when you come back 😍

Sanjana Kalichurns answered 3 weeks ago

Keep it for next time.

Neil F Adams answered 3 weeks ago

I paid £2.99 when I exchanged mine at sainsbury they promise to buy back at my exchange rate

Leo Sweers answered 3 weeks ago

Save it for the next trip

Neervana Thandrayen answered 3 weeks ago

Its not really worth it tbh. You won’t get much for it. Or you could save it for next time

Billy McLaughlin answered 3 weeks ago

Banks won’t take coins in the uk cash all coins in in Mauritius

Donald Peddie answered 3 weeks ago

Encourage others to visit the island and give it to them to spend back here

Deo Annah answered 3 weeks ago

Hi am going Mauritius soon so if you are around East London we can have a deal change the money.

Jacqueline Hannan answered 3 weeks ago

Leave to an animal SANCTUARY over there there are so many starving street animals…..I fund raise for there ….for food and steralisation… speak to reception or All life matters SANCTUARY

Anshaad Imrit answered 3 weeks ago

I can keep it for you till you come back.

Martin Ott answered 3 weeks ago

Spend or charity!

Martin Ott answered 3 weeks ago

Or for your next visit!!!

Philip Armshaw answered 3 weeks ago

save it and go again. x

Matar Dev answered 3 weeks ago

But at the duty shop

Andrew Grant answered 3 weeks ago

Just ensure you do not go through security you must do the exchange before.
Great exchange rate to Pounds and no commission.
If you leave until you get home you will pay a much higher rate to change.

Krish Shila Goodary answered 3 weeks ago

In Mauritius.

Jean-Claude Nemorin answered 3 weeks ago

keep it for the next time.

Mylaineda Philippe answered 3 weeks ago

In Mauritius better

Anne Mayes answered 3 weeks ago

We paid Tui £3 extra to be able to give it back at the same rate we got it for. We leave this evening sadly. 😔

Nat Nat answered 3 weeks ago

In mauritius better

Lucie Smyth answered 3 weeks ago

Keep it for your next time. It’s an incentive.😆👍

Fareed Mohanut answered 3 weeks ago

Keep the left over cash so u can come back

Amena Damaree answered 3 weeks ago

Change in Mtius

Theresa Njie answered 3 weeks ago

Airport

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