Have a need to quickly convert US Dollars To UK Pounds and Pounds To Dollars for your holiday? We've provided a simple calculator which convert Dollars To Pounds, using the latest available rate. To use this US Dollars (USD) to Pounds (GBP) converter all that is required is for you to enter the choosen currency amount (US Dollars or Pounds) into the appropriate box below and your amount will be automatically calculated. It's an quick and simple way to convert Dollars To Pounds. We update the rates daily therefore you'll always get the most up-to-date exchange rate.
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Enter the relevant amount into either box below - the appropriate box will update with the right value
Exchange rate updated daily (except weekends) - 1 United States Dollars ($ or USD) is the eqivalent of 0.69 Great British Pounds (£ or GBP) - alternatively, 1 British Pound is currently the equivalent of 1.45 US dollars - (last update: 12 February 2016)
Most people use this site to determine how much something will cost them in pounds when they have a dollar price (usually from an overseas retailer who quotes in dollars).
Tourists visiting the United States also use this site to determine exactly how much things are going to cost when they get there or work out the number of US Dollars they will get for their UK Pounds Sterling while they are abroad.
The spot rate (sometimes called the mid-market rate) is essentially the rate that lies between the "buy" or "sell" rate, which are the rates at which retail foreign exhcanges providers buy or sell currencies. A retail forex institution that buys and sells a particular currency or currencies, generally give you buy rates above mid-market and sell rates below mid-market. This essentially covers theirs overheaeds and profits!
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Last updated: 12 February 2016Common exchange rates