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Currency Fair April Promo - Transfer Funds Overseas to Receive €40 ($63)



For the month of April, Currency Fair have increased their referral offer from €15 each (both referral and referee) to €40 each (both referral and referee). To qualify, you need to open a new CurrencyFair account and trade a minimum of €1,000 (around AUD $1650) between now and 30th April 2018.

Currency Fair is an excellent online foreign currency transfer company. I have used them many times to transfer funds overseas. Their exchange rates are very good (much better than the banks) and their fees are much lower ($4 fee compared to bank fee of around $20-$35). I have referred a couple of friends and colleagues to them and the referral bonus has always come through relatively quickly.

To sign up under a referral, please click using the referral link below. Don't click on the main link near the top of the deal as this link doesn't have a referral link in it so you won't receive the €40 bonus.

Referral Links

Referral: random (67)

Both referrer and referred will receive €50.

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  • Darn it, they don't seem to do Thai Baht. Shame.

    • there is literally no point to using a remittance service. If you have a Thai friend you wish to give money to, WU is free using that ongoing coupon code the first time… depends how many email addresses you have really.

      otherwise give them a citibank or hsbc fee free debit card on your next trip and let them keep it. then you do fee free transfers from your AU bank to your AU debit card and they withdraw fee free from over there avoiding the foreign ATM fee of 250 baht as long as they use citibank or hsbc

      but dont become a sucker… i mean sponsor lol

      • Thanks Donkey. Appreciate the tip. We have actually been living in Thailand for the last year and a half, and we have an Thai bank account. We have been using transferwise up until now, and found them to be quite good, and their referral system is great too….however…I have just reactivated our Citibank plus card, and found an ATM in Thailand (Bank of China) that literally charges no ATM fees, and gives you almost the exact market rate. That Citi card is a dream come true. It is absolutely brilliant. I withdrew 7000 THB the other day, and comparing it to the market rate, I lost about 80c AUD. What an amazing service. Bye bye transferwise!

      • There are no Citibank ATM's where we live. Not sure about HSBC. Will check it out.

  • My friend and I used this deal and we both received the 40 euro instantly.

    This is a great deal. And even without a referral bonus, I've found that CurrencyFair is far, far superior to any other way of transferring currency. I moved here from the US, so I periodically transfer AUD from my Aus account to USD in my US account. They've saved me a ton on fees and FX conversion rates.

    • Have you looked at transferwise? They are pretty competitive too. Would be interested in knowing how they compare.

      • I haven't compared them before, but they look very similar. I checked what I'd get for $2k AUD, and they're both converting at $1,527 USD now. CurrencyFair charges $4AUD transfer fee, and then you convert at whatever rate is offered on the marketplace (or you can set your own offer, so you might be able to get a bit more if you're patient). But they both look really good compared to regular banks.

  • Guys, I clicked on the referral links but it does take me to the main page and I didn’t see anywhere saying I’ll get €40??
    Can someone shed some light please

    • The page you land on when clicking a referral link gives you no indication that you are signing up with a referral offer and that you will get €40. Their referral program has always been like this and I wish it wasn't. However I have signed up a couple of friends and colleagues, and each time both I and the referee has receive the bonus fairly quickly. After you make your first transfer (over the minimum amount) you will receive an email letting you know you have received the bonus.