- Get our best Pound to Dirham exchange rate when you order online, with no commission.
- Buy UAE Dirham online and collect at your nearest store, or delivery to your home address.
- Extensive network of 300+ local foreign exchange stores and agents across the UK.
Great Pound to Dirham exchange rate
If you’re buying UAE Dirham, order your currency online before travelling with No1 Currency and get our very best Pound to Dirham exchange rate.
You can find our latest GBP to AED exchange rate here.
Pay 0% commission on Dirhams
We want you to get the most from your money exchange, so we offer zero commission when you order Dirham online.
How to buy AED money?
Buy UAE Dirham online and collect in store
It’s easy! With a few clicks you can secure our best UAE Dirham exchange rate and choose where you want to collect from our extensive network of No1 Currency exchange stores or agents across the UK.
Find your nearest store here.
UAE currency delivered to your door
We can deliver UAE Dirham 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 £4.95.
When to buy dirhams?
To get best UAE exchange rate, it is a good idea to monitor the GBP to AED exchange rate before your trip. By buying your travel money in advance, you’ll know the exact exchange rate you are going to get. If you are using ATMs in Dubai and other areas of United Arab Emirates you may not get the same exchange rate.
Sell Unused Currency
You can sell dirhams currency back to us at the pre-order AED to GBP exchange rate secured when placing a Click & Sell order online.
You can find our latest AED to GBP exchange rate here.
UAE currency information
Currency Name: United Arab Emirates (UAE) Dirham
Currency Code: AED
Currency Symbol: د.إ
Banknotes: 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500 and 1000 د.إ
Coins: 25 and 50 فلس (fils) and 1 د.إ (dirham) are the coins in common circulation.
The UAE Dirham is the currency used in Dubai, Abu Dhabi and other areas of the United Arab Emirates. The word dirham comes from the greek ‘Drachmae’ which translates to ‘handful’. One dirham is divided into 100 fils. The coins use Eastern Arabic numbers so it’s worth learning numbers 0-9 before your trip!
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