Set up a payment to Ireland
Add a new recipient, or select an existing one, and enter how much you wish to transfer to Ireland.
We'll make your payment
We'll exchange your pounds to euros and deliver your payment, on time, with no hassle.
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Opening a Moneycorp account is quick and easy, offering you the ability to exchange 33 currencies online or 120+ over the phone. Once you’re all set up, simply add funds via bank transfer or debit card and you’ll be ready to make your payment.
If you need to send money to Ireland on a weekly or monthly basis, our Regular Payment Plan provides an international direct debit for your payment needs.
Can I send money to Ireland online?
To make an online international payment to Ireland, all you need to do is set up a new recipient by adding their bank details, or select an existing recipient if you’ve paid them before. Then, exchange the amount you wish and process your payment.
From your online account, you are able to track the exchange rate and even set a currency exchange rate alert to ensure you are notified if your desired GBP to EUR rate is achieved. Alternatively, you can make your payment over the phone via one of our currency specialists if you’d prefer.
Common questions about sending money to Ireland
How long will a payment to Ireland take?
Most payments to Ireland will arrive within 1-2 working days, whether you’ve made your transfer online or over phone with the help of one of our currency specialists. You can track your payments and view your transaction history online or by getting in touch.
How much does it cost to send money to Ireland?
There are no international payment fees when making an online transfer with moneycorp. This allows you to enjoy a great exchange rate in the knowledge that the only money your payment is costing is the amount that’s headed to the recipient.
What information do I need for a bank transfer to Ireland?
In order to make an overseas payment to a bank account in Ireland, you will need to provide moneycorp with the below information of the recipient:
- Full name of account holder
- BIC/SWIFT code
Read our in-depth guides on IBAN numbers and BIC / SWIFT codes to find out everything you need to know about making a payment with these details.
What does an IBAN from Ireland look like?
Every bank account in Ireland has its own IBAN, allowing banks in other countries to identify the correct account for overseas payments. An IE IBAN is 22 characters long, consisting of an ISO Country Code, two IBAN check digits and a Basic Bank Account Number (BBAN).
Example of an Irish IBAN:
IE29 ABCD 0123 4567 8901 23
Is there a limit on how much money I can send to Irish bank accounts?
There are no limits on how much money you can send to an Irish bank account via moneycorp. Our service can cater for both personal and business transfers, regardless of whether you wish to make a small or large payment to Ireland.
Can I send money to all Irish banks through my Moneycorp account?
With moneycorp, you can make payments to a wide range of popular banks in Ireland, not limited to:
- Bank of Ireland
- Allied Irish Banks (AIB)
- Ulster Bank
- Permanent TSB
If your bank is not on the list, it doesn't necessarily mean we're unable to make the payment for you. Speak with one of our specialists to find out more.