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I have a US bank debit card (CapitalOne 360, formerly INGDirect) that lets me make withdrawals for free, in the local currency, and at the prevailing official MasterCard market exchange ratesat the prevailing official MasterCard market exchange rates (which are usually very good - I've tried and tested this card in many countries.)

But often the country's local ATM will charge some transaction fee, especially if you are using a foreign card. In some countries, fee-free ATMs are common, while in others they do not exist.

This question is specifically for the Philippines. I'm hoping to get PHP when I land in Manila.

Googling I see some old forum posts on TA and LP saying that the fee is either 200 or 150 pesos, with a max withdrawal amount of 10,000 pesos. One post claims there are some free ATMs (Citibank, HSBC, Maybank, Standard Chartered, China Trust Bank) in the country.

Can I find such an ATM at the airport? And if there are no such free ATMs in the airport, are there any in the city of Manila?

I have a US bank debit card (CapitalOne 360, formerly INGDirect) that lets me make withdrawals for free, in the local currency, and at the prevailing official MasterCard market exchange rates (which are usually very good - I've tried and tested this card in many countries.)

But often the country's local ATM will charge some transaction fee, especially if you are using a foreign card. In some countries, fee-free ATMs are common, while in others they do not exist.

This question is specifically for the Philippines. I'm hoping to get PHP when I land in Manila.

Googling I see some old forum posts on TA and LP saying that the fee is either 200 or 150 pesos, with a max withdrawal amount of 10,000 pesos. One post claims there are some free ATMs (Citibank, HSBC, Maybank, Standard Chartered, China Trust Bank) in the country.

Can I find such an ATM at the airport? And if there are no such free ATMs in the airport, are there any in the city of Manila?

I have a US bank debit card (CapitalOne 360, formerly INGDirect) that lets me make withdrawals for free, in the local currency, and at the prevailing official MasterCard market exchange rates (which are usually very good - I've tried and tested this card in many countries.)

But often the country's local ATM will charge some transaction fee, especially if you are using a foreign card. In some countries, fee-free ATMs are common, while in others they do not exist.

This question is specifically for the Philippines. I'm hoping to get PHP when I land in Manila.

Googling I see some old forum posts on TA and LP saying that the fee is either 200 or 150 pesos, with a max withdrawal amount of 10,000 pesos. One post claims there are some free ATMs (Citibank, HSBC, Maybank, Standard Chartered, China Trust Bank) in the country.

Can I find such an ATM at the airport? And if there are no such free ATMs in the airport, are there any in the city of Manila?

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I have a US bank debit card (CapitalOne 360, formerly INGDirect) that lets me make withdrawals for free, in the local currency, and at the prevailing official MasterCard market exchange rates (which are usually very good - I've tried and tested this card in many countries.)

But often the country's local ATM will charge some transaction fee, especially if you are using a foreign card. In some countries, fee-free ATMs are common, while in others they do not exist.

This question is specifically for the Philippines. I'm hoping to get PHP when I land in Manila.

Googling I see some old forum posts on TA and LP saying that the fee is either 200 or 150 pesos, with a max withdrawal amount of 10,000 pesos. ThereOne post claims there are also a fewsome free ATMs (Citibank, HSBC, and some othersMaybank, Standard Chartered, China Trust Bank) in the country.

Can I find such an ATM at the airport? And if there are no such free ATMs in the airport, are there any in the city of Manila?

I have a US bank debit card (CapitalOne 360, formerly INGDirect) that lets me make withdrawals for free, in the local currency, and at the prevailing official MasterCard market exchange rates (which are usually very good - I've tried and tested this card in many countries.)

But often the country's local ATM will charge some transaction fee, especially if you are using a foreign card. In some countries, fee-free ATMs are common, while in others they do not exist.

This question is specifically for the Philippines. I'm hoping to get PHP when I land in Manila.

Googling I see some old forum posts on TA and LP saying that the fee is either 200 or 150 pesos, with a max withdrawal amount of 10,000 pesos. There are also a few free ATMs (Citibank, HSBC, and some others) in the country.

Can I find such an ATM at the airport? And if there are no such free ATMs in the airport, are there any in the city of Manila?

I have a US bank debit card (CapitalOne 360, formerly INGDirect) that lets me make withdrawals for free, in the local currency, and at the prevailing official MasterCard market exchange rates (which are usually very good - I've tried and tested this card in many countries.)

But often the country's local ATM will charge some transaction fee, especially if you are using a foreign card. In some countries, fee-free ATMs are common, while in others they do not exist.

This question is specifically for the Philippines. I'm hoping to get PHP when I land in Manila.

Googling I see some old forum posts on TA and LP saying that the fee is either 200 or 150 pesos, with a max withdrawal amount of 10,000 pesos. One post claims there are some free ATMs (Citibank, HSBC, Maybank, Standard Chartered, China Trust Bank) in the country.

Can I find such an ATM at the airport? And if there are no such free ATMs in the airport, are there any in the city of Manila?

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