Redeeming invalid banknotes
The Riksbank redeems all Swedish banknotes that are invalid, as long as there is no suspicion that they may be linked to a crime, for instance a cash-in-transit robbery. Read more in the Riksbank's regulations. The Riksbank's fee is SEK 100
The Riksbank only redeems banknotes if their total value exceeds SEK 100. This is because we charge an administration fee of SEK 100 for each case, regardless of how many banknotes are involved or the size of the amount to be redeemed.
How to redeem invalid banknotes
You can redeem invalid banknotes in two different ways:
Use the Riksbank's
Online form to fill in your details directly online and then post your banknote to the Riksbank.
Print out and fill in the Riksbank's offline
Form and then post it to the Riksbank, together with your banknotes.
You need to have a BankID or a mobile BankID to use the online form.
Read more here about how to proceed if you would like to apply for a BankID or a mobile BankID.
Fill in your details directly on the website and sign using BankID or mobile BankID.
Log in using BankID or mobile BankID:
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Fill in your details on the form and sign it
If you would like to have your money deposited in an account in a foreign bank or if you are representing somebody else, we ask you to use the
After you have completed the Riksbank's online or offline form, send the banknotes to the Riksbank, preferably by registered post. The address is:
Broby Box 14 SE-195 21 Märsta
We do not have any offices you can visit to redeem banknotes.
Please do not send any valid banknotes to the Riksbank, only banknotes that are invalid. Neither is it possible to send coins to the Riksbank, as we do not redeem coins.
It usually takes two weeks before the money is deposited in your account, but in some cases it make take even longer. The Riksbank does not send any kind of notification when the money is deposited in your account.
Are you planning to receive, or have you received, invalid banknotes from another person to be sent to the Riksbank? In that case, we would ask you to contact us so we can inform you of the rules that apply.
Do you have any questions?
Contact the Riksbank, telephone 08-787 09 06. Telephone hours are non-holiday weekdays, 08.00–12.00. It is also possible to contact us via email at