Jordanian Dinar (JOD)

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Jordanian Dinar (JOD)

Since 1950, the Jordanian Dinar, also known as JOD, has been the official currency of Jordan. In West Bank, the Jordan currency is used along with the Israeli Shekel. The Jordanian Dinar is pegged to the US Dollar at US$ = 0.708 JOD. 10 Dirham, 100 qirsh, or 1000 fulus form one dinar of the Jordan currency. The authority of issuance of the JOD coins and banknotes lies in the hands of the Central Bank of Jordan.

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Quick Facts About Jordanian Dinar (JOD)

Currency Name
Jordanian Dinar
Short Name
JOD
Nicknames
N.A
Symbol(s)
ا, | JD
Unit
1/10, dirham; 1/100, qirsh or piastre; 1/1000, fils
Frequently used coins
JD0.25, JD0.5, JD1, 0.5 qirsh (piastre), 1 qirsh (piastre), 2.5 piastres, 5 piastres, 10 piastres
Rarely used coins
N.A
Frequently used bank notes
JD1, JD5, JD10, JD20, JD50
Rarely used bank notes
N.A
Central Bank, Name & Website
Central Bank of Jordan | www.cbj.gov.jo
Territories that use the Jordanian Dinar as a part of their legal tender
The Jordanian Dinar Currency

The subdivision of the currency is in 1/10, dirham; 1/100, qirsh or piastre; 1/1000, fils. The rights to issue and circulate the currency lie with the Central Bank of Jordan. The coins that are currently under circulation are in the denominations of JD0.25, JD0.5, JD1, 0.5 qirsh (piastre), 1 qirsh (piastre), 2.5 piastres, 5 piastres, 10 piastres. Similarly, the bank notes that are currently under circulation are in the denominations of JD1, JD5, JD10, JD20, JD50. Read More

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the currency of Jordan?
Dinar is the currency of Jordan. It is coined as Jordanian Dinar to ensure its distinction from other currencies using the dinar unit.
Is USD or EUR accepted in Jordan?
Yes, both these currencies are accepted in Jordan. However, while we suggest USD will be better option compared to the Euro, we would also recommend that you keep local currency handy in case some places don’t accept either of the foreign currencies.
How do I decide the amount of Jordanian Dinar I need to buy for the trip?
This is completely dependent on the nature of your trip. If you are confused about the expenses that you might have to incur while you are on the trip, then please contact our team of experts and they will guide you with the proceedings.
Is there any specific limit to carry Australian Dollars if I am travelling to Australia?
You may carry up to JOD15,000, or foreign currency equivalent, in and out of Jordan. However, in case the amount you are carrying exceeds the given limit, then you must declare the same. Please contact our experts for more information on the currency regulations.
Why is Jordanian Dinar strong?
Jordan’s currency is pegged to the US Dollar therefore, its performance is directly proportional to that of the US currency. Thus, if USD goes strong, the JOD does too.
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