Buying foreign currency with an ATM card or a credit card and using banks or post offices in the destination country are ways to get the best rate when exchanging foreign currency, reports Independent Traveler. American ... More »

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Use a foreign exchange calculator for currency by entering the value and type of one currency and selecting the currency desired. Live currency converter systems search for the exact value of the currency in internationa... More »

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Banks and exchange bureaus allow people to buy foreign currency before traveling, but they may not offer the best rates. It is best to get only a small amount of currency to cover expenses and exchange the rest of the mo... More »

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Foreign currency banks are financial institutions that manage the process of converting one country's currency into a different type of currency from another country. Banks use the fluctuating currency exchange rate to d... More »

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To get the best exchange rates, wait until arrival in the destination country, withdraw cash from an ATM using a credit or debit card, and pay by credit card whenever convenient. Check the bank and credit card fees assoc... More »

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Places to buy foreign currency while still within the United States include banks, online foreign exchange venues and Travelex stores. Many banks have foreign currency on hand in designated branches, according to Wells F... More »

Getting cash from an ATM can be the best way of getting a good rate on foreign currency like that in Mexico, as reported by Fodors. In general, travelers should be aware of current exchange rates between the United State... More »

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