Most banks offer exchange currency at any local branch, however, most do not have foreign currency on hand. To be safe, order foreign currency two weeks in advance to allow time for delivery. Many banks, such as Bank of ... More »

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Travelers can exchange U.S. currency by using credit or debit cards to withdraw local currency from overseas ATM machines, order foreign currency from their banks before they leave, or buy cash online from foreign curren... More »

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Banks exchange currency by selling customers one type of currency in exchange for another, based on the exchange rate for those currencies. For instance, with a currency exchange rate from the American dollar to the Brit... More »

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Exchange foreign currency at one of three locations: ATMs, banks or designated currency exchange kiosks. Each location generally has distinct advantages and disadvantages, so it is a good idea to weigh several different ... More »

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Foreign currency in the United States is available at several banks, such as Wells Fargo and Bank of America, and also at foreign exchange companies, such as Travelex. Some banks only offer foreign currencies to existing... More »

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It is possible to exchange U.S. dollars for pesos at banks and currency exchange offices. Some banks require customers to have an account with them, and not all banks provide exchange services. Customers can also use ATM... More »

Canadian banks accept American and other foreign currency for exchange. Branches of the Big Five banks typically give the best rates, and branches for these establishments are typically available in most cities in Canada... More »

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