Sending Money to Samoa

Sending Money to Samoa?

You could save WST 984$* just by comparing your money transfer options

*Based on data collected on 01/12/16 for the total cost of sending NZD$ 200 from New Zealand to Samoa. Estimated saving is based on the difference between the least/most expensive listed operator (that fully discloses FX rates) and is calculated on a NZD$ 200 transfer sent once a month for 12 months, at the same cost as those collected on 01/12/16.

Sending Money to Vanuatu

Sending Money to Vanuatu?

You could save VUV 24,767* just by comparing your money transfer options

*Based on data collected on 01/12/16 for the total cost of sending AUD$ 200 from Australia to Vanuatu. Estimated saving is based on the difference between the least/most expensive listed operator (that fully discloses FX rates) and is calculated on a AUD$ 200 transfer sent once a month for 12 months, at the same cost as those collected on 01/12/16.

Sending Money to Tonga

Sending Money to Tonga?

You could save TOP 963$* just by comparing your money transfer options

*Based on data collected on 01/12/16 for the total cost of sending AUD$ 200 from Australia to Tonga. Estimated saving is based on the difference between the least/most expensive listed operator (that fully discloses FX rates) and is calculated on a AUD$ 200 transfer sent once a month for 12 months, at the same cost as those collected on 01/12/16.

Sending Money to Fiji

Sending Money to Fiji?

You could save FJD 665$* just by comparing your money transfer options

*Based on data collected on 01/12/16 for the total cost of sending AUD$ 200 from Australia to Fiji. Estimated saving is based on the difference between the least/most expensive listed operator (that fully discloses FX rates) and is calculated on a AUD$ 200 transfer sent once a month for 12 months, at the same cost as those collected on 01/12/16.

Sending Money to Vanuatu

Sending Money to Vanuatu?

You could save VUV 70,049* just by comparing your money transfer options

*Based on data collected on 01/12/16 for the total cost of sending AUD$ 500 from Australia to Vanuatu. Estimated saving is based on the difference between the least/most expensive listed operator (that fully discloses FX rates) and is calculated on a AUD$ 500 transfer sent once a month for 12 months, at the same cost as those collected on 01/12/16.

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SendMoneyPacific - saving you time and money

Interested in finding a cheaper way to send money back to the Pacific Islands?

If you live in Australia, New Zealand, or the USA*, you can use the SendMoneyPacific website to compare costs for money transfers to Fiji, Kiribati, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Tuvalu or Vanuatu. SendMoneyPacific looks at both the fees and foreign exchange rates charged for money transfer services.

You cannot send money through SendMoneyPacific. We only give you free information about the best money transfer deals, so you will still need to go directly to the money transfer company to send your money. SendMoneyPacific is not connected to the money transfer companies listed.

*From the USA you can compare costs of money transfers to Fiji, Western Samoa and Tonga

Why use this service?

Free Government service

Free Government service

SendMoneyPacific is supported by the Australian and New Zealand governments.

Saves you time

Saves you time

No need to call or check several websites to compare costs.

Find the best deal

Find the best deal

Comparing costs of money transfers can save you money.

Get more money back home

Get more money back home

The savings you make can mean more money back home to your family and friends.

What our users say

Testimonials

I think it’s a great service and always check the SendMoneyPacific website to see which company offers the best rates. I now see that there are much cheaper rates offered than I have been paying, which will help me save money. And that means my father and aunt in Fiji will receive more money.

Arieta Tora

Testimonials

SendMoneyPacific provides a good service of providing the members of the Pacific Island communities the resources and the comparison of different money transfer providers that will enable us to better judge and compare the services and align our money transfer mode accordingly.

Apenisa Rokobaro

Testimonials

I used to use one company all the time, but it became too expensive. So I started to look around. Then a friend of mine said to check SendMoneyPacific. From then on I've always checked with SendMoneyPacific, before I send to my parents.

VJ Singh - via Fiji Day Celebrations in Sydney

Testimonials

NSWCPC is proud to partnership with SendMoneyPacific check out their Facebook page/website. Find the cheapest, easiest way to send money. SendMoneyPacific is a useful resource to help the Pacific Island communities in Australia make sure they aren't paying more than they should when sending money home. Pacific people can use their website to find the cheapest, easiest way to send money to their family and friends. You can see how much different money transfer operators charge and how long they take. Information is totally free and unbiased.

Mal Fruean - via NSWCPC Facebook page

Testimonials

I have a business, so I'm always sending money to Fiji, every so often. It helps when you have a website like this. I'm saving here whilst my family in Fiji get more.

Anup Kumar - via Fiji Day Celebrations in Sydney

Testimonials

Pretty detailed and well informed site.

Margarita Satini - via SendMoneyPacific survey

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