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Why buy Chinese Yuan Renminbi from us?
Click & Collect: Secure our best rate online & pay on collection
Pre-order Chinese Yuan Renminbi for local collection with our Click & Collect service and secure our very best GBP to CNY exchange rate. We’ll notify you by email when your Click & Collect order is ready. Then simply complete the exchange in-store. Our exchange rate guarantee means your order will be held in-store at your pre-secured rate for two business days after the date of this notification.
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Home Delivery: Free delivery on all orders over £800
We can deliver Chinese Yuan Renminbi directly to your home address. For orders of £800 or over, delivery is free, or for orders under £799.99 there is a small delivery charge of £6.95.
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In-store: Order Chinese currency over the counter
We have an extensive UK network of stores and agents, ready to help you with your currency exchange needs. We’re happy to take currency orders over the counter.Find a store near you
Click & Sell: Sell foreign currency back to us
Leftover currency? Sell your Chinese banknotes back to us. Simply secure your CNY to GBP rate online with our Click & Sell service, and then complete the exchange in-store.Click & Sell Chinese Yuan Renminbi
China currency Information
|Currency Name:||Chinese Yuan or Renminbi|
|Banknotes:||1 yuan, 5 yuan, 10 yuan, 20 yuan, 50 yuan and 100 yuan|
|Smaller banknotes:||1 and 5 jiao|
|Coins:||1 yuan, 1 jiao, 2 jiao, 5 jiao, 1 fen, 2 fen and 5 fen|
It’s the official currency of mainland China and is issued by People’s Bank of China. The yuan is divided into units of 10 jiao and 100 fen. Renminbi is an alternative name for the yuan, in the same way, the UK has the pound and sterling. You’ll often see Renminbi is often abbreviated to RMB.
Although Hong Kong is officially part of China, its currency is the Hong Kong Dollar. If visiting mainland China and then Hong Kong, you can easily exchange your Chinese money over there.
Typical prices in China
|3 course meal for two (mid-range restaurant)||200.00 ¥|
|Pint of domestic beer||8.00 ¥|
|McDonalds combo meal||36.00 ¥|
Average prices, Data source: Numbeo Cost of Living in China, Date: January 2023
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