- Get our best Pound to NZ Dollar exchange rate when you order online, with zero commission.
- Buy New Zealand Dollars online and collect at your nearest store, or delivery to your home address.
- Extensive network of 350+ local holiday money stores and agents across the UK.
Great GBP to NZD exchange rate
If you’re buying New Zealand Dollars, order your currency online before travelling with No1 Currency and get our very best Pound to NZ Dollar exchange rate.
You can find our latest pound to NZ dollar exchange rate here.
Pay 0% commission on New Zealand currency
We want you to get the most from your holiday money exchange, so we offer zero commission when you order Dollars online.
How to buy NZ dollars?
Buy New Zealand Dollars online and collect in store
With our Click & Collect service you can simply lock in our best New Zealand Dollars exchange rate online and collect them at your nearest selected No1 Currency exchange store or agent.
Find your nearest store here.
New Zealand money delivered to your door
We can deliver New Zealand Dollars 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 New Zealand dollars?
To get the best exchange rate for NZ dollar, it is a good idea to monitor the GBP to NZD exchange rate before your trip. By buying your travel money in advance, you’ll know the exact New Zealand exchange rate you are going to get. If you are using ATMs aboard you may not get the same exchange rate.
Sell Unused Currency
We’ll buy back your dollars! You can sell New Zealand dollars back to us at the pre-order NZ Dollar to Pound exchange rate secured when placing a Click & Sell order online.
You can find our latest NZD to GBP exchange rate here.
New Zealand currency information
Currency Name: New Zealand Dollar
Currency Code: NZD
Currency Symbol: $
New Zealand Banknotes: $5, $10, $20, $50, $100
Coins: 10, 20 and 50 cent
The New Zealand Dollar has been the official currency of New Zealand since 1967. You’ll often see it written as NZ$ to distinguish it from other dollar currencies. Due to the discontinuation of 1, 2 and 5 cent coins in 1990, purchases made in New Zealand are subject to “Swedish rounding”.
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We offer great exchange rates on over 60 currencies. Order online today for home delivery or collect from your local No1 Currency exchange store or agent.