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When does the old £10 note go out of circulation?

Lifestyle / Thu 22nd Feb 2018 am28 09:26am

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THE official date for using up your old ten pound notes is March 1, 2018. After this date, they’ll no longer be legal tender.

The plastic £10 note was launched in September last year, following in the footsteps of the new polymer fiver.

Its release marked the beginning of the end for old, paper tenners, after the Bank of England announced a deadline of early 2018.

If you still have any after the deadline, you’ll have to visit your local bank or building society, post office or the Bank of England’s offices to have them traded into new ones.

You will need to be a customer of the bank for them to exchange the note.

If you have a lot to swap, you may be asked to provide identification, such as a passport or driving licence to trade them in.

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