Can I pay Scottish notes into my English bank account?
Can You Spend Scottish Money in England? The shortest of answers is yes, but no business is legally obliged to accept your money. In England, no business is legally forced to accept banknotes printed by the Scottish and Northern Irish banks.
What do I do with old Scottish bank notes?
Yes, as a Royal Bank of Scotland Bank customer you can swap, or deposit into your account, out of circulation coins/notes and replace them with new ones.
Do Sainsburys accept Scottish notes?
LPT: Sainsbury’s self-service checkouts accept Scottish/Northern Irish money.
Can I use English notes in Scotland?
Can I use English Money in Scotland? … 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.
Do banks accept old Scottish notes?
The Scottish note issuing banks will continue to accept old paper based notes and there are currently no plans to change this.” Issuing banks will continue to accept all Scottish notes from their own customers. These can be either deposited into their bank account or exchanged for polymer notes.
Do post office take Scottish notes?
Yes. The Post Office will continue to accept pay ins of Scottish paper banknotes.
Will Lloyds bank accept Scottish notes?
Scottish notes are Pound Sterling, and if you’re a customer of ours, you’ll be able to deposit these in branch.
Do self checkouts accept Scottish notes?
I think I’ve used Scottish notes in machines down south too. Scottish notes seem to work all right in the self-checkouts at my local Sainsbury’s, which is in Scotland. Try spending one of them in certain shops in England though and you’re buggered.
What bank notes are legal tender in UK?
Bank of England notes are the only banknotes that are legal tender in England and Wales.
Are paper 20 notes still legal tender Scotland?
After 30 September 2022, the new polymer notes will be the only ones with legal tender status. … The polymer £20 featuring the artist J.M.W. Turner, and the polymer £50 featuring the scientist Alan Turing are now in wide circulation, and we are in the process of withdrawing their paper equivalents.