• Choose the price plan
    that suits you.

    Saxo Bank lets you choose your FX pricing
    terms to bring you greater value.

Customised liquidity

As active Market Makers, we’re able to configure liquidity for each of our clients, thanks to two decades of relationships with leading banks in the FX market. Trade a broad range of majors, minors and exotic currency pairs, in micro lots or in market sizes.

Sharp execution

Experience the difference that precise execution makes. Assume control of your trading through user defined Price Tolerance, with the potential for benefiting from price improvement.

Risk Management

Monitor the live exposure of all of your assets through the Saxo platform. Our sophisticated risk management tools give you an overview of your trading potential by displaying your margin utilisation, profits/losses and more – all in real time. 

FX All-Inclusive Price Plan

  • Designed for pricing simplicity
  • No additional volume-based commission on trades
  • More consistency in spread width
  • Less variability in spread across notional trade sizes
  • No minimum monthly commission fee
All-inclusive Price PlanOPEN ACCOUNT

FX Volume Price Plan

  • Designed for higher volume trading
  • Spreads as low as 0.2 pips plus commissions
  • Same spreads available on all price plans
  • Your commission rate applies to ALL pairs, including metals
  • Choose the Price Plan that suits you
  • FX 60
    Commission: USD 60 per million traded
    with Zero minimum monthly
  • FX 30
    Commission: USD 30 per million traded
    with USD 600 minimum monthly
  • FX 20
    Commission: is USD 20 per million traded
    with USD 2,000 minimum monthly
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If you trade large ticket sizes or large monthly volumes call +971 4 381 6000 or email us for a personalised pricing plan.

FX All-Inclusive prices

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Stop order statistics

We are proud of our outstanding stop order statistics – and we make it a point to make them available to everyone on a quarterly basis. Feel free to explore Saxo Bank Group's Historical FX Stop Order Fill Statistics

Orders for every opportunity

Implement your unique trading strategies with access to both simple and more advanced order types. Combine orders like Market, Limit, Stop or Trailing Stop with OCO (One-Cancels-the-Other) and ‘If done’ capabilities and various order placement requirements.

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FX Options

With FX Options, you have the freedom to trade puts and calls in 40 pairs, as well as six popular pairs when you trade FX Touch Options. FX Options give you many of the same benefits as trading FX, often with even greater pricing.

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What is an FX Volume Price Plan?

We believe each Saxo client deserves the freedom to choose the pricing structure that they feel is best for their needs. Importantly, we are not forcing our clients to pay commission. We are simply giving clients the choice to select whether they prefer to trade on tighter, variable spreads with a post-trade commission (FX Volume Price Plan) OR to trade on all-inclusive spreads, which are typically a bit wider, but generally more consistent (not fixed, but more frequently the same level). As per default you will be placed on the FX 60 Volume Price plan. You can always change to the FX All-inclusive Price Plan by contacting your Account Manager.​

What are my trading costs with the FX Volume Price Plan?

You choose the pricing model that best suits your expected monthly volumes. You ​will be charged the respective USD per USD million traded commission fee​ that is calculated and transparent on each trade. The fee can be seen in the Trade Ticket Confirmation and also in the Open Positions monitor.

The commission fee is based on the USD equivalent notional amount of each trade, shown in the trade ticket and the trade confirmation in the 2nd (variable) currency and converted to the account currency equivalent using the prevailing market rates at the time of the trade​.


For accounts denominated in another currency other than USD Saxo Bank (Saxo) will use the closing rate of the last business day of the month for purposes of determining if the minimum commission is applicable to your account.​

What are the FX Volume Price Plan choices?

You choose which commission rate level you want to pay (USD60, USD30 or USD20 per USD million traded) and what minimum monthly commission fee level you are willing to commit to in order to obtain the rate that you feel is most appropriate. The 3 different levels are denoted above.​

How are my commission costs calculated?

​The commission rate is consistent across ALL currency pairs, including XAU. This is what it means to have the commission expressed as USD per USD million traded (which can also be thought of as EUR per EUR million traded, etc.). This commission is charged in your account currency. Commission example: Assume spot rate of 1.10 for EURUSD. A client trades 100,000 EURJPY in his USD account on which he has selected to pay 30 per million. EUR million traded = EUR 100,000 / 1, 000,000 = 0.1. EUR commission = EUR 0.1 * 30 = EUR 3.00. USD commission = EUR 3.00 * 1.10 = USD 3.30​​. ​The standard conversion fee is applied when commissions are converted into the account currency.

If my account is denominated in a currency other that USD how do you determine whether the minimum requirements are met?​

We use the end of day rate on the last trading day of the month to calculate your equivalent USD commissions.​

Why wouldn’t everyone choose the lowest commission rate of USD20 per USD million instead of USD60?

The lowest commission rates are not necessarily appropriate for all clients. The commission-based pricing structure allows you to pay lower per-unit commission rates, but there are also minimum monthly commission amounts payable. A client that trades USD8 million per month would likely want to choose to pay USD60 per USD million, as that would result in a monthly aggregate commission of USD480. Conversely, if that client had chosen to pay USD30 per million, then the cumulative commission on that USD8 million trade volume would be USD240. However, since that USD240 would be less than the monthly minimum of USD600 (in order to qualify for the USD30 level), the client account would, at the start of the next month, be debited the difference of USD360 (USD600 minus USD240).​​​

What happens if I want to change pricing terms mid-month?

You can request to change commission rate (and associated minimum monthly commission fee commitment) at any point in time. Minimum commissions will be calculated on a pro-rata basis of the proportionate days that each respective minimum was in effect. This will determine whether or not the minimum commitment has been met through the course of normal trade activity or if there is a shortfall to be charged at month-end.​​​

What is the minimum monthly commission for clients that open their account mid-month?

Minimum commissions for clients opening an account mid-month will be calculated on a pro-rata basis. This will determine whether or not the minimum commitment has been met through the course of normal trade activity or if there is a shortfall to be charged at month-end.​​

What are my spreads on the FX Volume Price Plan?

On the “FX Volume Price Plan” the spreads are as low as 0.2 in EURUSD. The distinguishing feature of the commission based pricing is only the commission; USD60, USD30, USD20. The spreads are the same no matter which commission level you choose. With the “All-inclusive spreads”, spreads, are typically a bit wider, but generally more consistent (not fixed, but more frequently the same level)​.  You can see our historic spreads for both price types​ here​:​

Are the spreads different depending on if I choose to trade on all-inclusive spreads or an FX Volume Price Plan?

Yes. Saxo encourages all clients to compare both live and historic FX spreads, as well as to review the minimum monthly commission fees to be sure everyone selects the pricing terms that best suits their individual needs .​​

Wouldn’t everyone choose to trade on narrower spreads and pay commission instead of trading on the wider all-inclusive spreads?

Not necessarily. We know many clients value the consistency an all-inclusive spread offers (e.g. where EURUSD could be at a spread of 2 pips 99% of the time). However, we also understand that the more active trading clients who trade larger volume may prefer to see spreads constantly changing with every tick, giving them the opportunity to choose their entry/exit points more precisely.​​

I am already a client with Saxo. Can I change my current pricing terms to enjoy an FX Volume Price Plan?

Yes. Every client has this choice. If ever you would like to change pricing terms for your account, simply contact your Account Executive or send an email to our Client Services team. They will be happy to facilitate the change for you.​​

I signed up for USD30 per USD million and already traded more than USD100 million. It’s only the 13th of the month, how do I get the benefit of the commission rate reduction from USD30 to USD20?

Your commission level will not change automatically based on your volume traded. To request a change in commission rate (and corresponding minimum monthly commitment level), please contact your Account Executive or send an email to our Client Services team. They will be happy to facilitate the change for you.​​

Can I pay a higher per trade commission with a lower monthly minimum if I become less active?

This can be done at any time, but it is not done automatically. The monthly minimum commission chosen by each client will apply until they request a change. To request a change in commission rate (and corresponding minimum monthly commitment level), please contact your Saxo Account Executive or send an email to our Client Services team. They will be happy to facilitate the change for you.​​

Which currency pairs are available with FX Volume Price Plan?

In accordance with the all-inclusive spreads' pricing terms, all currency pairs are available and all follow the same cost structure, including spot metals. The commission rate is not more expensive when you trade something other than the most popular currency pairs.​​​

Are there differences in Tom/Next rollover or other costs if I trade on an FX Volume Price Planversus all-inclusive spreads?

No. Tom/next roll overs are the same, no matter if a client chooses to trade on all-inclusive spreads OR the tighter FX Volume Price Plan spreads available with additional volume based commissions​. Please refer to prices for more information.​​ ​

Are the ticket fees for smaller trades also applied on the FX Volume Price Plan?

No, ticket fees are not charged for smaller traders on the FX Volume Price Plan, you will be charged only the commissions applicable for your plan.​​

Product Risk

Danish banks are required to categorise investment products offered to retail clients depending on the product’s complexity and risk as: green, yellow or red.

Forex is categorised as a red product as it is considered an investment product with a high complexity and a high risk. See also the 'Product Risk Categorisation' located under our General Business Terms.

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