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Transfers to a bank account

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The 1 best options to transfer EUR to a bank account in Saudi Arabia

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    Total cost

    (Exchange rates and all fees included)

    5.01 EUR
    Exchange rate 4.1999 
    (-0.29%
    Fees 4.14 EUR

    Payment options

    Speed

    • Credit card
      3-5 days
    • Debit card
      3-5 days
    • Bank transfer
      3-5 days

Transfers via a foreign exchange company

Foreign exchange companies (also known as "forex brokers") are usually the best options for large transactions and offer personalized phone or email service. The rates we list are indicative only, to make sure you get the best deal we recommend requesting a quote from multiple providers.

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    Total cost

    (Exchange rates and all fees included)

    17.12 EUR
    Exchange rate 3.9717 
    (-5.71%
    Fees 0 EUR

    Payment options

    Speed

    • Bank transfer
      3-5 days
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    Total cost

    (Exchange rates and all fees included)

    21.41 EUR
    Exchange rate 4.1615 
    (-1.20%
    Fees 0 EUR
    Bank fees (estimate) 17.81 EUR

    Payment options

    Speed

    • Bank transfer
      3-5 days


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What are the best options for your transfer from Austria to Saudi Arabia?

We currently only compare 3 providers for your transfer to Saudi Arabia.

To transfer your to a bank account in in Saudi Arabia, the cheapest provider currently is Xendpay, with competitive fees of 4.14 EUR and a good EUR-SAR exchange rate (current rate: 1 EUR = 4.1999 SAR).

Adding the fees and exchange rate margin, the total cost with Xendpay is 5.01 EUR, but the total cost of your transfer would be 21.41 EUR (approximately 4x more expensive) if you were to use HiFX for the very same transfer.

This recommendation was updated a few minutes ago.

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