07 August 2019
M&S Bank Launches 'Click & Collect' Travel Money Service In Over 200
M&S Bank is launching a new 'Click & Collect' travel money service, which enables customers to
euro and dollars online* and collect their currency the next day, at a time that's convenient for them,
seven-days a week from 236 M&S stores. The service complements the existing 122 M&S Bureaux de
located in stores across the UK.
The 'Click & Collect' facility, which is already available in a wide number of M&S stores and
will be in
more than 200 M&S stores by the end of summer, enables customers to benefit from M&S Bank's best
possible exchange rate at the point of placing their online order, rather than when they collect their
Liam O'Hara, Head of Network and Bureaux, M&S Bank: said: "We wanted to make it even easier for
to collect their currency when they shop, at a time that's convenient for them, by extending our Click
Collect service to even more M&S stores.
"Now, when customers are shopping at M&S for all their holiday essentials this summer, they can also
up their euros or dollars too!"
Using the online service, customers can order euros in denominations of €50, €200 or €500, and US dollars
in denominations of $100, $250, $500.
In addition to its new click and collect service for euro and dollar, which will see M&S currency
available in over 200 additional stores, M&S Bank has over 122 bureaux de change located in M&S
across the UK, stocking a range of up to 40 currencies, open seven days a week, including evenings and
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Note to editor
*Orders are subject to a minimum value of £250 sterling equivalent and a maximum value amount of
£2,500 sterling equivalent
For further information please call the M&S Bank press office:
Louise Wheble on 01244 686 177 / email@example.com
Nikki Backler on 01244 686 856 / firstname.lastname@example.org
About M&S Bank
M&S Bank (the trading name of Marks & Spencer Financial Services plc) launched in 2012 on the foundations
of M&S Money, which was established in 1985 as the financial services division of Marks and Spencer plc.
In November 2004, HSBC bought 100 per cent of the share capital of Marks and Spencer Retail Financial
Services Holdings Limited.
Today, M&S Bank operates as a joint venture arrangement between HSBC and Marks & Spencer, however, M&S
Bank has its own banking licence and its own Board.
M&S Bank offers a broad range of financial products, including mortgages, current accounts, the M&S
Credit Card, and a range of loans, savings and general insurance products, while its travel money
offering boasts one of the widest ranges of currencies available on the high street. M&S Bank has 29
branches and over 120 bureaux de change located in M&S stores across the UK. M&S Bank services almost 4
HSBC serves c17 million customers in the UK and employs approximately 43,000 people. In the UK, HSBC
offers a complete range of personal, premier and private banking services including bank ac-counts and
mortgages. It also provides commercial banking for small to medium businesses and corporate and
institutional banking services. HSBC Bank plc is a wholly owned subsidiary of HSBC Holdings plc.
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