Compare 13 providers for a 50,000 EUR transfer from Ireland to Poland
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We found 13 providers to send money to Poland from Ireland.
If you need the recipient to receive Polish zlotys in her bank account in Poland, then TransferGo is the provider giving you the most Polish zlotys for your money with zero transfer fees and a good EUR-PLN conversion rate (currently at 1 EUR = 4.6834 PLN).
When taking the exchange rate and the fees into account, the total cost of your transfer with TransferGo is 168.72 EUR, but the total cost of your transfer would be 948.2 EUR (around 6x as much) if you wanted to use Small World to make the same transfer.
You need the money in cash? We also compare several providers able to send Polish zlotys for cash pick-up in Poland: the most competitive provider currently is Small World, with competitive fees of 1,000 EUR and a very competitive EUR-PLN conversion rate (their current rate is 1 EUR = 4.6201 PLN).
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