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Chip and pin cards at currency exchange stand in airport.

I saw a big sign advertising chip and pin cards at the SeaTac airport. Out of curiosity, I checked on their exchange rate. It was $1.55 for a euro, as opposed to $1.32 or so at an ATM. What a ripoff!

I don't know whether there were other fees attached to the card, but with that kind of rate, I don't think they needed to tack anything else on.

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