- Credit cards with no foreign transaction fees, like the Chase Sapphire Reserve and the Wells Fargo Propel American Express® card are the best way to make a purchase outside of the United States due to low costs and added fraud protections.
- ATMs usually give the best exchange rate — just look out for fees charged by your bank for using an international ATM.
- Cash is a good backup plan, but avoid using your debit card when traveling. If a thief gets your debit card, they can drain your account and it’s difficult to get the money back.
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Source : BusinessInsider.Com