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Old 11-17-2016   #235 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Rissask View Post
the difference of paying a little bit extra to buy our pesos before we leave can be very well worth it to save time and hassle on our precious vacation time.
I don't know about T2, but in T3 the ATM is to your left as soon as you walk out of the doors past the customs area. It is literally 10 steps to the left. Before Mrs Rat is out of the restroom, which is another 15 steps down the hall, I've withdrawn my 6,000 pesos, which has cost me 30 pesos +/- in ATM fees/taxes, and $1.00 USD that my credit union charges me.

That seems like a lot less time, and a lot less hassle than a trip to the bank.
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