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How can I reduce expenses on currency conversions? [duplicate]

I would like to know the best way to reduce expenses on currency conversions. I think I have 4 options: Buy money in an exchange money house in my home town. Use my debit/credit cart to pay bills. ...
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Money Exchange (CHF to USD) in Switzerland, Canada or in the USA? [duplicate]

I want to buy US dollar with swiss francs. I have the opportunity to make this change in Switzerland (Geneva), in the USA (Seattle) or in Canada (Vancouver). Where will I likely get the best change? ...
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Which is the best way to bring money in USA [duplicate]

In a few weeks I'll travel from Europe to USA. I'll stay there for some months and in my fisrt period there I'll need a large ammount of money for living there (let's say 2000-3000$). So my question ...
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Visiting the U.K. from U.S. — how do I get British money? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: When traveling to a country with a different currency, how should you take your money? I'm going to the U.K. How does the whole thing with money work? Can I use my U.S. ...
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Currency management when backpacking? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: When traveling to a country with a different currency, how should you take your money? I am going in a trip round Europe this summer (more info) ...
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How to take my money on holiday - Prepaid card or creditcard? [duplicate]

I'm based in the UK and travelling to South Africa in two months. I'm slightly against carrying a lot of cash since I have a habit of losing things and we are going to be staying in a lot of different ...
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Going to US, information on forex to be carried [duplicate]

I would be flying to US (California) for employment next week. To survive for the first month, until I get my first paycheck I'll be carrying some US Dollars from India. I have decided to carry around ...
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better way to travel with money - travel checks or credit card? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: When traveling to a country with a different currency, how should you take your money? Is it better to take travel checks or credit card, or maybe both, on a trip? I ...
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Exchanging US dollars for Australian Dollars [duplicate]

Traveling to Australia, where is best place to exchange money? US Bank? Airport in LAX? SLC airport or in Australia
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Cheapest way to get money in Prague with a London bank account [duplicate]

I am travelling to Prague from London for a couple of days. I do have some questions. Should I exchange my money here in the UK first? Or should I just use my credit card at the ATMs there in ...
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Where can I purchase UAE Dirham with good deal in Dubai? [duplicate]

Although Travelex and other foreign exchanges are located in Dubai airport, the exchange rate and fee is quite high. Where can I purchase UAE Dirham in Dubai with good deal?
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What offshore account provides best access to funds while travelling? [duplicate]

I am going to travel to Japan and many other countries next year. (backpack, etc) I'd like to carry a little travel cash while I keep the most of it an an easy-to-access bank. I understand that some ...
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Is it quite expensive to Exchange euros to pounds and vice versa at Heathrow? [duplicate]

I am planning a visit to London. I was wondering what are the optimum choices to exchange euros to pounds and pounds to euros? Is there an extra charge, apart from the exchange rate? Is it safe to ...
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What is the best strategy for getting cash? [duplicate]

Does it make sense to buy a foreign currency in the country itself or outside the country? Example: If I'm in NYC and am travelling to China should I buy yuan in NYC or in China? Likewise if I'm in ...
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Getting cash in Israel (least expensive way) [duplicate]

What is the least expensive way for an American tourist in Israel to get cash? The options seem to be: Debit card - but there are withdrawal fees, often 5% or more. Credit card - but interest ...

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