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Frequently Asked Questions About PayPal in Poland
Does PayPal work from the UK to Poland? 🌎
Yes, it's possible to send money from the UK to Poland using PayPal. To do so, you simply need to log in to your PayPal account and instruct a transfer in Polish złoty. However, while convenient, PayPal is one of the most expensive ways to exchange currencies, and we recommend finding a cheaper alternative by running a search on Monito's comparison engine instead.
Can I use my UK PayPal account in Poland? 🚌
Yes. From a user's perspective, PayPal can be used in Poland in just the same way as in the UK and around the world.
How do I change my PayPal account from the UK to Poland? 🏡
You cannot change your PayPal account from the UK to Poland because you cannot change your residence in PayPal, but you will still be able to use your UK PayPal account in much the same way. To use your Polish residential address on the platform, you'll need to open a brand-new PayPal account in Poland.
Does PayPal work in Poland? 🏰
Yes, PayPal will be just as functional in Poland as it is in the UK.
What is PayPal's UK to Poland exchange rate? 💱
PayPal's British pound to Polish złoty exchange rate is constantly fluctuating, meaning it's practically never the same value over time. To find the latest exchange rate, you'll need to log in to your PayPal account and, in your 'Wallet' page, click on the 'Currency Converter' function and specify GBP and PLN as your currencies. Insofar as exchange rate margins go, these fees can be rather pricey and as high as 4.00$ worse than the mid-market exchange rate, which is the rate you'd see on Google, for example.
What are PayPal's UK to Poland foreign transaction fees? 💵
If you're sending money to the PayPal account of somebody else in a different currency, you won't pay any fixed transaction fees over and above the exchange rate margin we explored above. However, if you're sending money from the UK to a business or non-profit in Poland, or if you receive payment using the 'Request Payment' tab, then you'll be subject to a 1.35 zł fixed fee in addition to the exchange rate margin. (The exchange rate margin for these types of payments is 3.4% for transfers from the UK to Poland.)