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Bak of America BNP Paribas (France) & Deutsche Bank (Barcelona)

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Any Bank of America customers out there that used ATMs at BNP Paribas in Paris and Deutsche Bank in Barcelona. I understand I can go to ATM's at these banks and withdraw Euros. Is there only a flat 3% fee plus the currency conversion or did you notice that other fees were added to the transaction.

I went my local Bank of America branch in Florida and inquired about the cost to buy Euros. The conversion rate they offered was about $1.21. Should I just get a nominal amount until I arrive in Europe with the hope that I will get a more favorable conversion rate?

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