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What to do with leftover Euros

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This is a 'what if' kind of question and I know things are still up in the air, but I appreciate your thoughts.

I have fifty leftover euros that I've been saving for a not yet planned future trip (I'm in the US). The images on the notes I have are of Greece. If Greece were to leave the euro, do you think other EU countries would still honor euros that were printed in Greece prior to the departure as legal tender?

I keep debating with myself about whether I should save them or part with them. My plan B is to exchange the euros for USD this week so I get to keep at least some of the value.

Thank you in advance for your comments on what you might do or suggest.








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