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Where is the best place, with lowest price, to buy euros in United States

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The message title IS my question.
The exchange rate is going up by the minute isn't it? And no one seems to see it "dropping".
I just thought someone might have found a great place, trustworthy, and a lower price than most.
(and I don't want to hear "wait till Europe and use ATM machine there!")
We DO , however, go this route for SOME of our cash toward the end of a trip.

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