- Get our best Pounds to Danish Krone exchange rate when you order online, with 0% commission.
- Buy Danish Krone online and collect at your nearest store, or get next day delivery to your home address.
- Extensive network of 350+ local travel money stores and agents across the UK.
Great Pounds to Danish Krone exchange rate
If you’re buying Danish Krone, order your travel money online before departing with No1 Currency and get our very best Pounds to Danish Krone exchange rate.
You can find our latest GBP to DKK exchange rate here.
Pay 0% Commission on Danish Krone
We want you to get the most from your money exchange, so we offer zero commission when you order Krone online.
How to buy Danish Kroner?
Buy Danish Krone online and collect in store
With our Click & Collect service you can pre-order Krone online and collect them at a No1 Currency exchange store or agent convenient to you.
Find your nearest store here.
Danish currency delivered to your door
We can deliver Danish Krone directly to your home address. For orders of £750 or over, delivery is free, or for orders under £750 there is a small delivery charge of £5.95.
When to buy kroner?
To get the best Danish krone exchange rate, it is a good idea to monitor the GBP to DKK exchange rate before your trip. By buying your travel money in advance, you’ll know the exact Danish exchange rate you are going to get. If you are using ATMs in Denmark you may not get the same exchange rate.
Sell unused currency
We’ll buy them back! You can sell danish krone back to us at the pre-order Danish Krone to GBP exchange rate secured when placing a Click & Sell order online.
You can find our latest DKK to GBP exchange rate here.
Denmark currency information
Currency Name: Danish Krone (Plural: Kroner)
Currency Code: DKK
Currency Symbol: kr
Danish Krone notes: 50, 100, 200, 500 and 1000 Kr
Danish Krone coins: 50 øre (half a krone), 1, 2, 5, 10 and 20 Kr
Although part of the EU, the official currency of Denmark is still the Danish krone. Back in September 2000, they held a referendum about joining the eurozone, the majority voted against joining the euro. The Danes continue to use the krone (crown), which is made up of 100 øre. However, you’ll find some shops, hotels, and restaurants in the larger cities will display prices in both Danish kroner and Euros and many are likely to accept payment in Euros.
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