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Transfers to a bank account
The 5 best options to transfer EUR to a bank account in Brazil
Cash pick-up at an agent location
The 1 best options to send EUR for cash pick-up at agent locations in Brazil
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Our comparison engine found 6 providers offering money transfers to Brazil from Portugal.
If the beneficiary of your transfer wants to receive in her bank account in Brazil, then TransferWise is currently the cheapest provider with competitive fees of 12.35 EUR and a good EUR-BRL conversion rate (currently at 1 EUR = 4.4204 BRL).
In comparison, you would pay a total cost of 38.85 EUR (which is roughly 3x as much) if you selected to use Azimo for the very same transaction.
For this transfer to Brazil, it might be interesting to also check out two other alternatives to TransferWise: Xendpay and WorldRemit.
You need the money in cash? We currently compare several money transfer companies able to send in cash in Brazil: the most competitive provider currently is Small World, with zero transfer fees and a good EUR-BRL conversion rate (their current exchange rate is 1 EUR = 4.2504 BRL).
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Before each international money transfer, you should come and compare the costs of the different options on Monito, as they may have changed. Once you fill out the above form and click on compare, you’ll see a list of all the options to send money between two countries. The cheapest option is at the top, but you may want to consider other criteria such as the speed of transaction or the pay-in or pay-out methods.
Of course! Banks are usually not the best way to make international money transfers. The fees can be quite low (and sometimes even zero), but beware of the poor exchange rates which banks often apply. We list as many banks as possible in our results, so do compare to find out if you’d be better off switching to another bank or a specialized money transfer company.
Monito is not a money transfer company. We’re here to help you find the best way to send money abroad. Just tell us which country you’re sending money from and which country you want to send money to, and we’ll show you a list of all available services. Once you select the best one for your needs, you'll be redirected to their website to get started with your money transfer.
As much as we try to have complete information and to include as many money transfer companies in our results, we sometimes miss a few. In this case, the best solution would be to write us a short message to let us know what’s missing!