No.1 Currency opens currency exchange store in Lincoln creating three jobs


No.1 Currency opens currency exchange store in Lincoln creating three jobs

One of the UK’s leading travel money retailers, No.1 Currency, has today opened the doors to its latest store located at the Waterside Shopping Centre in Lincoln, creating three new jobs.

Open for business between 9am and 5.30pm Monday through to Saturday and 10.30 to 4.30 on Sunday, the No.1 Currency store will provide a comprehensive range of currencies to local people travelling abroad and to the thriving local business community.

Customers and businesses will have a choice of over 50 different currencies to buy and sell over the counter with 0% commission and no minimum spend. They will also be able to use No.1 Currency’s Click & Collect and Click & Sell services, which are available through the No.1 Currency website, to pre-order or pre-sell their currency online and collect at the store.

The Lincoln store is the fourth No.1 Currency exchange store to open in 2016 following a significant expansion of the network in 2015 which saw 20 new stores opened as part of the company’s UK-wide expansion.

Simon Phillips, Retail Director at No.1 Currency comments: “We are delighted to be opening our first store in Lincoln which is perfectly placed to serve both residents and the local business community.”

“We are committed to offering the best possible service to our customers and that means not only offering the most competitive foreign exchange rates and the widest range of currencies available on the high street, but also providing the most extensive network of local currency exchange stores to ensure that we can offer a convenient service.”

“Our Click and Collect and Click and Sell services show our commitment to meeting the needs of our customers. Click and Sell is our new online service which enables customers to manage the sale of their unused foreign currency notes online and exchange them at their nearest No.1 Currency outlet, or at one of more than 200 affiliated agents across the UK.”