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currency conversion question

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Planning a trip to southern Ireland in early November. We are still debating the best way to have money on our trip. Here's my question today :) Would it be cheaper to obtain our euros in the US before we leave or to use ATM's in Ireland? Really hesitant to carry a large amount of cash, but want the most economical way to get euros. Thanks for any advice!

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