Does Walmart Exchange Foreign Currency (All You Need To Know!)

If you are going on holiday or have some unwanted currency lying around, you may be searching for somewhere that exchanges foreign currency.

You could go to your bank or get money changed in the airport, but does Walmart offer a currency exchange service? Keep reading to find out!

Does Walmart Exchange Foreign Currency?

Unfortunately, Walmart does not exchange or accept foreign currency. However, some banks located in Walmart locations, such as Fort Sill National Bank and Woodforest National Bank, exchange foreign currency in which you must be a customer to use.

To learn more about alternative places to exchange foreign currency and more, keep on reading!

Other Places To Exchange Foreign Currency

If you want to avoid tons of fees and terrible exchange rates, it is best to plan ahead and go to your bank or credit union to exchange currency.

Exchange bureaus often don’t have the best exchange rates, and they can charge extra fees.

Because of this, by going to the bank, you can save quite a lot of money on currency exchange fees.

Some of the big banks, including Bank Of American, Wells Fargo, Citigroup, PNC, TD Bank, Capital One, and U.S. Bank, offer foreign currency services to their customers.

Does Walmart Accept Foreign Currency?

Generally, Walmart does not accept foreign currency. However, you can pay for your purchases at Walmart using a credit card issued from a bank outside of the U.S.

Walmart usually has signs at the entrance of the store to let customers know which payment methods and card issuers they accept. If your card is accepted at that Walmart store you should have no issues making a payment.

Be sure to notify your bank of your travel plans beforehand. Otherwise, your bank could block transactions for security purposes.

Walmart Does Allow Customers To Send US Currency Internationally

While Walmart does not accept foreign currency, they do allow customers to send and receive US currency to over 200 countries using the MoneyGram and Western Union services.

Additionally, if you are visiting your local Walmart, you might be interested in learning about their Coinstar machines ATMs, and cash back limits.

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Marques Thomas

Marques Thomas graduated with a MBA in 2011. Since then, Marques has worked in the retail and consumer service industry as a manager, advisor, and marketer. Marques is also the head writer and founder of

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