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Currency exchange services in Trinidad and Tobago

Your best option for travel money in Trinidad and Tobago

About us

Global exchange Trinidad and Tobago Ltd started in Trinidad on February 17th, 2012 at Piarco International Airport in Port of Spain, Trinidad.

With these openings, we have the opportunity to serve tourists who decide to visit Trinidad, providing foreign exchange services in the international airport of the country.

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About us

Global exchange Trinidad and Tobago Ltd started in Trinidad on February 17th, 2012 at Piarco International Airport in Port of Spain, Trinidad.

With these openings, we have the opportunity to serve tourists who decide to visit Trinidad, providing foreign exchange services in the international airport of the country.

Once again, we are where the tourist needs can be met, and providing the most efficient service in accordance with the standards of the Global Exchange Group.

The Global Exchange Group is one of the three leading companies worldwide at airport environments. Today, we have a network of more than 150 branches at 46 international airports of 15 countries and 4 continents, where our over 1,350-member staff service more than 4 million Customers every year.

Our company is implementing its ambitious strategic plan, aiming to achieve in 2016 presence in 25 countries, through 350 branches that will serve 8 million Customers per year, and where the Middle East region will play an integral role.

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Branches in Trinidad and Tobago

Piarco International Airport North terminal, P.O. Box 9163, Trinidad, West Indies 1868 669 1905

Departures branch - Landside

Piarco International Airport

North terminal, P.O. Box 9163, Trinidad, West Indies

1868 669 1905

24 hours open

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At departures main hall, next to airlines check-in desks.

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Arrivals branch - Airside

Piarco International Airport

North terminal, P.O. Box 9163, Trinidad, West Indies

1868 669 1905

24 hours open

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At international arrivals area, airside, after passport control.

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Arrivals branch - Airside

Piarco International Airport

North terminal, P.O. Box 9163, Trinidad, West Indies

1868 669 1905

From 06:00h to 22:15h

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At international arrivals, airside, before baggage claim area.

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The Trinidad and Tobago dollar

The Trinidad and Tobago dollar (or simply dollar) is the legal tender in the insular state of Trinidad and Tobago. Its symbol is $, or TT$ to distinguish it from other dollars such as the US dollar, and it is divided into 100 cents.

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The Trinidad and Tobago dollar

The Trinidad and Tobago dollar (or simply dollar) is the legal tender in the insular state of Trinidad and Tobago. Its symbol is $, or TT$ to distinguish it from other dollars such as the US dollar, and it is divided into 100 cents.

The Trinidad and Tobago dollar was established in 1964 to replace the British West Indies Dollar, in a one-to-one parity.

The issuing authority is the Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago, and currently there are 1, 5, 10, 25 and 50 cent coins and 1, 5, 10, 20, 50 and 100 dollar notes in circulation.

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FAQ
Which are the accepted currencies in your bureaux de change located at Piarco International Airport?
In order to provide our Customers with the most comprehensive service, we carry out exchange transactions in a wide range of currencies, apart from Trinidadian Dollar:
Euro EUR Sterling Pound GBP US Dollar USD
Canadian Dollar CAD Swiss Franc CHF Trinidadian Dollar TTD
Jamaican Dollar JMD Guyanese Dollar GYD Barbadian Dollar BBD
What is the exchange rate for the Trinidadian dollar compared to euro and US dollar?
Exchange rates suffer continuous fluctuations. For this reason, we recommend checking the rates published at our exchange outlets.
Is it advisable to travel to Europe with Trinidadian dollars?
Trinidad and Tobago is a country that, despite being located only 11 kilometres from Venezuela, does not establish many commercial relations with this country. There are not direct flights to Europe either, although there are flights to the United Kingdom via Saint Lucia. The Trinidadian dollar (TTD) is the local currency in Trinidad and Tobago and it does not have purchase or use option in other countries, so it is highly likely that you cannot exchange your Trinidadian dollars abroad. For that reason, we recommend you to exchange the local money you have left before travelling back to Europe.
Is it necessary to show any document in order to make an exchange transaction in Trinidad and Tobago?
According to our internal policy to fight against money laundering, we require a valid identification document (e.g. a passport) in order to register the personal details of every Customer who carries out a transaction at our exchange outlets, regardless of the amount.
What are the opening hours of your branches at Piarco International Airport?
Our branches open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If you wish to know the details for a specific branch, including its opening hours and location, please call us.

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