Terms and conditions

John Lewis Foreign Currency rate offer (1-5 February 2017)

John Lewis Foreign Currency are able to offer special sell rates, while stocks last, when a customer purchases either in store at Bureau de change or online during 1-5 February 2017. Our special rates are calculated by reducing our retail margin compared to the average retail margin over 28 days prior to the promotion. NB: Due to constant market and currency fluctuations, we cannot compare our special rates to another day’s rates. The value of foreign currency can go up and down due to changes in exchange rates. These changes are outside of our control. In extreme situations, currency market conditions may prevent us from supplying currency to you (or the customer when online). Specifically or online In such circumstances we reserve the right to cancel an order. If this happens, we will tell the customer.

To buy foreign currency or traveller’s cheques in store you may be asked to show one of the following forms of photographic ID: A valid UK Photocard Driving Licence (Full or Provisional), a valid Passport, a valid EU National Identity Photocard. To pick up the currency you have ordered online, you’ll need to bring: Your UK photographic driving licence, passport or EU identity card, your order reference number and the card you used to place your order.t

This online service for the provision of foreign currency and/or traveller's cheques is provided by First Rate Exchange Services Limited for John Lewis customers.First Rate Exchange Services Limited is a company registered in England and Wales under company registration number 04287490 (Money Service Business licence number 12133160), whose registered office is at Great West House, Great West Road, Brentford, West London, TW8 9DF England