Sainsbury’s Bank Exchange Rates

Sainsbury’s bank was established in 1997 by one of the largest supermarket chains in the UK – Sainsbury. Before 2013, Lloyds Bank had a share in the business. ,similarly to Tesco Bank (formed in ’98 with RBS). The bank offers a variety of banking services including UK’s longest 0 percent credit card .

Sainsbury’s Bank  Exchange Rates Overview

Looking at the exchange rates of different currencies offered by Sainsbury’s, it is almost always on par with the cheapest travel money providers, and one of the cheapest banks. On the other hand, it should be stated that Sainsbury’s Bank holiday money is rarely the cheapest. 

Check it for yourself – view how Sainsbury’s Bank does against other providers on our rate comparison chart

About Sainsbury’s:

Alongside other travel money providers of the same nature (Asda, Tesco) – Sainsbury’s is a massive food retailer with revenues of a whooping £23bn each year. With origins that go back into 1867 and spotless reputation, going into lucrative industries like banking and energy seemed like the obvious choice.