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Banking & Exchange Rates

ATMs

  • There are ATMs practically everywhere in Israel and most students found this to be the easiest way to get cash. However, before you leave, speak to your bank about (1) the high fees they may charge for overseas use and (2) not flagging your account as fraudulent due to the overseas use.
  • To counter the large fees some students took out large amounts of cash at one time. If you choose to do that be careful with your cash. (watch out for pickpockets!)

Credit Cards 

  • Major credit cards are widely accepted in Israel.

Travelers Checks

  • Some students came with them as backup for their cash and credit cards.
  • Do not rely on them as they are not always accepted.
  • If you lose them or if they get stolen you can put in a claim for your money.



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Exchange Rate

as of January 2014

$0.29 = 1 Shekel (₪)

Exchange rates change daily, so for the most accurate information look at: http://www.xe.com.

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