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Is there any us $$ notes that they will not exchan
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    I am planning my first trip to Thailand.

    I have been to Bali several times and they will not exchange US 100$$ notes that were made in 1996

    is there any bills/notes that I can not get exchanged in Thailand?

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    Rachel

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    Why you don't take plastic money with you? ATM's are all over Thailand.
    "My computer goes down on me more often than my wife"

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    thanks, I will do that also

    Rachel

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    i'm going to thailand this october.. they don't accept $100? seriously?

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    No i just came back the 14th of July, they accept 100 bills.

    In fact most places give you more baht if u have the 100, higher exchange than the 50/20 & 10/5/1 bills.

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    oh realliE...GreAt.. they accePt $100..yEa!! thankS a lot..

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    Yeah, don't worry. One hundred dollar bills are fine. The only reason a banknote of a particular year might be checked is if there is a record of counterfeiting for that bill.

    I prefer to take most of my money in traveller's cheques. That way, I can (supposedly) get my money back if they are lost or stolen, and I don't have to worry about scams or hassles with plastic cards. Plus, there's a nice benefit when I bring cheques to cash at a Thai bank. I get a personal interaction with real Thai people.

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