Can you use the British pound in Scotland?
Of course you can! Our Scottish currency is the British Pound (GBP) and all notes that say “Pound Sterling” are accepted. Both Scottish and English notes are widely used in Scotland. We use the same coins in Scotland and England, so they are fine too.
What is the difference between Scottish and English money?
While Scotland and Northern Ireland both use pound sterling, their bank notes are different from those issued in England and Wales. … If you have any problems, most banks will exchange Scottish or Irish notes for English ones free of charge. Standard English bank notes are almost always accepted throughout the UK.
How much is a pound in Scotland?
There are 100 pence (written as “p”) to a pound. Colloquially, pounds are also referred to as “quid.” Scotland issues its own pound notes, but English and Scottish money is interchangeable.
Did you know about Scotland?
10 Cool Facts About Scotland
- Scotland is home to the tallest waterfall in Britain, named Eas a’ Chual Aluinn. …
- The official animal of Scotland is the Unicorn.
- Scotland has approximately 790 islands.
- Scotland is home to the oldest tree in Europe. …
- Edinburgh was the first city in the world to have its own fire brigade.
What is the capital of Scotland?
Can I put Scottish money in my bank?
Issuing banks will still accept all Scottish money from customers after the deadline and paper notes may be replaced with plastic ones.