Transfer money from Germany to Poland immediately


Create an account or log in and trust specialists.


Specify the transfer beneficiary and enter the transfer sum at fixed - lowest fee on the market.


Pay for the transfer by debit card with one click.

In a word... Sami Swoi!

Transfers with Sami Swoi Przekazy Pieniężne is quick, cheap and safe. Out 16-year-long experience appreciated by British Poles allows us to provide services at the highest level also on the German market.

Transferring with us, you omit high and inconvenient bank fees. With the biggest Polish network of money transfers, you will send to Poland any sum with the fixed lowest fee in Germany. Our transfers in Euro Zone are available for you 24 hours a day.

Make the best choice - transfer Euro to Poland with Sami Swoi Przekazy Pieniężne.

Transfers from Germany to Poland you will make

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From Germany to Poland you will make:

The economic transfer into a bank account is one of our most popular transfers. The fee is only £0.77 or 2.99€ regardless of the amount you transfer. The money is cleared on the baneficiary’s bank account on the second working day.

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Do you want to make a quick and safe transfer at a reasonable price? We offer you an express transfer which we will send into a PLN account on the next working day. A fixed fee is £2.77 or 4.99€ regardless of the amount being transferred.

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Have you forgotten about birthday, a special occasion or other payments you have in Poland? Does your family urgently need a cash injection? We recommend the Live Bank Transfer in 10 minutes with the maximum amount of transfer of GBP 1,000 or 1,000 EUR that can be made regardless of the clearing times of the bank in Poland. The fee is only 5.77 in GBP and EUR.

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Payment by card
For transfer you will pay:
  • Visa Debit®
  • Visa Electron®
  • Maestro®
  • Debit MasterCard®
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