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Philippine Coins
ten-peso coin
five-peso coin
one-peso coin
24-centavo coin
10-centavo coin
5-centavo coin
10 pesos
5 pesos
1 peso
25 centavos
10 centavos
5 centavos

Most banks and exchange centers have lower exchange rates and collect currency fees. Coins or small denominations are usually not accepted by banks.  Make sure to exchange your currencies at Tourism or Central Bank accredited agencies.  If possible use US dollar bills printed after 1996.  Some exchange centers are hesitant in exchanging these bills due to counterfeit concerns.

Foreign Exchange centers located at the following Customer Service counters:

  • Makro (Major Currencies)
  • PNB – Forex Booth, Limketkai Mall (Major Currencies)
  • SM City Mall ( Major currencies )
  • Plaza Fair, Limketkai Mall ( Major currencies )
  • Gaisano City ( Only U.S. Dollars )
  • Ororama SuperCenter ( Only U.S. Dollars )

Peso sign Philippine Peso (Php) = 100 Centavos

Philippine Coin denomination: 1c, 5c, 10c, 25c, 1 Php, 5 Php and 10 Php  


Philippine Paper Bill denomination: 5 (not in circulation but legal tender), 10 (not in circulation but legal tender), 20, 50, 100, 200, 500 and 1, 000.

Philippine Paper Bills

1000-peso bill 500-peso bill
1000-peso bill   500-peso bill
     
200-peso bill   100-peso bill
200-peso bill   100-peso bill
     
50-peso bill   20-peso bill
50-peso bill   20-peso bill
     
10-peso bill   5-peso bill
10-peso bill   5-peso bill

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