Irish money is the Euro. This is not legal tender in England (or anywhere in the UK).
Is Northern Irish money legal in England?
Scottish, Northern Ireland, Jersey, Guernsey and Manx banknotes are not legal tender in England and Wales. However, they are not illegal under English law and creditors and traders may accept them if they so choose.
Are Irish pound notes legal tender?
They are legal currency, but technically not legal tender anywhere (including Northern Ireland itself). … Issuing banks have been granted legal rights to issue currency, and back the notes with deposits at the Bank of England.
Will banks change Irish notes?
The Northern Ireland note issuing banks will continue to accept old paper based notes and there are currently no plans to change this.” … First Trust banknotes remain legal currency until June 20 2020.
Can shops in England refuse Northern Irish notes?
NI and Scottish notes are promissory notes, not legal tender, so whilst they can’t be compelled to accept them in England (like many people erroneously think) they can accept and use/bank them.
Can you spend Irish notes in UK?
Northern Ireland and Scottish notes are universally accepted in NI and Scotland. In England and Wales, the banks will accept them in deposits, but many retailers may give you a funny look if you pay with one.
Can you use Northern Irish bank notes in England?
Are Scottish & Northern Irish notes legal tender? In short ‘No’ these notes are not legal tender; only Bank of England notes are legal tender but only in England and Wales. In short Scotttish and Northern Irish banknotes have the word Sterling printed on them making them legal in England.
What can you do with old Irish money?
You can apply to the Central Bank of Ireland to exchange old or damaged money. Through this service, you can exchange: IR£ pounds: Old or damaged Irish banknotes and coins. € euro: Damaged euro banknotes and coins.
What are old Irish notes worth?
The value of old Irish banknotes could have at least doubled over the past three years. According to Mr Ian Whyte, director of Whyte’s auctioneers in Marlborough Street, Dublin, the values of early 19th century Irish banknotes can range from around £50 up to £500-plus, with most of them fetching £100 to £300.
Can you exchange old Irish money?
Exchanging Irish banknotes and coin
The Central Bank of Ireland will exchange all Irish banknotes and coins for euro indefinitely (this means for many years to come). If you call into the Central Bank, banknotes to the value of £3,000 (€3,800) per transaction can be exchanged.
Can you still use Bank of Ireland 20 notes?
The Bank of Ireland started issuing these 20 Northern Irish Pound banknotes in 2005. They are currently still in circulation.
Do banks take Irish notes?
Banknotes issued by the authorised banks in Scotland and Northern Ireland are legal currency and can be accepted throughout the United Kingdom.
Can you still use Bank of Ireland 10 notes?
Bank of Ireland issued new polymer £5 and £10 notes in 2019 and a £20 in 2020 these have now replaced the older paper notes. Information on the older notes can also be found on the website.
Are shops allowed to refuse cash UK?
According to the Money Saving Expert, shops are legally allowed to refuse cash payment for items as long as they are not discriminating against the customer. … “It means if you have a court awarded debt against you if someone tries to settle and they’re paying in the legal tender you cannot refuse it.
Can I spend Ulster Bank money in England?
Northern Ireland banknotes are legal currency across the UK, and Ulster Bank has continued to work with vendors and retailers to ensure acceptance of the new notes. The date for withdrawal of the paper £20 notes is yet to be announced and customers can continue to use them until this time.
Can I use Scottish notes in Tesco?
Just take it to the bank and deposit it into your account. They shouldn’t have a problem. If someone says “I’m sorry, this is a Scottish note”, simply say “I know. Take it.”.