The Aussie dollar has rebounded slightly after an abysmal decline in value at the end of last week. You may be thinking ‘yay, this is great news’. Well, hold on to your hats because we’ve got even greater news coming your way.

This week, from Tuesday 26th of Feb to Friday 1st of March 2019, Travel Money Oz is taking part in Click Frenzy, offering amazing, frenzalicious bonuses on select online currency orders*. With this in mind, one Aussie dollar will buy you:

0.7046 US dollars 
77.2667 Japanese yen
0.6147 euros 
0.5319 Great British pound 
0.9023 Canadian dollars 
1.0717 New Zealand dollars 
0.9298 Singapore dollars

To put this into perspective, exchanging $2000AUD today compared to last Friday 22nd of February 2019 will get you a bonus:

$29.20 USD, or 13 hamburgers from In-N-Out.
¥4,633.40 JPY, or 9 bowls of ramen.
€29 EUR, or 14 croissants in Paris.
£17.20 GBP, or 6 pints in a UK pub.
$41.60 CAD, or 5 bowls of poutine.
$134.20 NZD, or 11 classic Fergburgers in Queenstown.
$48 SGB, or 12 bowls of laksa

I don’t know about you, but nothing screams ‘buy now’ more than the opportunity to fill my pockets with 14 croissants in Paris at no extra cost to me. Merry Frenzymas everyone.


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