We are always checking the market to offer a competitive Pound to Dominican Peso exchange rate for our customers. We even display our rates online alongside our competitors assured in the knowledge that we offer exceptional value.
If you are planning on using your debit card overseas you may want to be cautious of the fees which are often incurred through ATM withdrawals and point of sale transactions. You may also be the recipient of a Pound to Dominican Peso exchange rate which is well below market value.
With ICE you can have your Dominican Pesos delivered directly to your door, so don't hesitate and get online to exchange your pounds to Dominican Peso's.
About the Dominican Peso
The Dominican peso is divided in 100 centavos (cents). The currency was created when the Dominican Republic became independent of Haiti in 1844, replacing the Haitian Gourde. Banknotes are issued in denominations of $20 (brown), $50 (purple), $100 (orange-brown), $200, (pink) $500 (green), $1000 (red-pink) and $2000 (blue), with coins of $1, $5, $10 and $25. The $2000 note has the composers of the national anthem drawn on one side.