How to send money to Ireland
Find out how to transfer money to Ireland with the best providers with these 4 steps
1. Check the EUR mid-market exchange rate against the currency you want to send
Although the evolution of the exchange rate is impossible to predict, it is a good idea to monitor it to optimize how much your will get against your own currency. You should subscribe to exchange rate email alerts to keep an eye on the EUR mid-market rate against your currency.
2. Compare up to more than 40 money transfer providers available to send money to Ireland in order to find the best option.
We compare 40 money transfer companies to make money transfers to Ireland, such as TransferGo, TransferWise, Western Union, MoneyGram, CurrencyFair. Sending money with the best money transfer provider from the available options is a sure way to save money.
3. Pick the best money transfer company for you
What is the most important for you? Overall cost, speed of transfer, customer ratings? Examine the pros and cons before making your choice.
In addition, you may want to have a look at the options to pay for the transfer and receive the money. You can often find money transfer companies allowing you to transfer the money directly from your bank account, some will also accept credit and debit cards. To receive the money in Ireland, look at different options if you need the amount in EUR to be sent directly to the recipient's bank account or available for pick-up in cash at an agent location.
4. Sign up and start your transfer with the provider of your choice
It is now time to complete the sign-up form on the provider's homepage (you normally have to provide information to prove your identity), and provide the details of your transfer.