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On my next trip to India I was thinking of exchanging some US dollars I have left from travelling into rupees. I have now realised that they are 2006, 2009 and even one 1998 100 USD notes; do you foresee any problems with that?

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  • These are 100% legal tender. Finding a changer who is willing to accept them is your only hurdle. – Robert Columbia Feb 13 at 17:08
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    Old banknotes are much easier to exchange in the US than outside the US. – Michael Hampton Feb 13 at 17:22
  • In India, you will have trouble exchanging notes larger than 20 US $. Make change before you fly. – Aganju Feb 13 at 19:18

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