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postedbyMishary

Yesterday my family arrived from switzerland, ANM showed me a receipt with swiss francs. along with Kuwaiti dinars, I think its a wise move from their part. So no need to bother calculating anymore.

 

This entry was posted on Sunday, August 16th, 2009 at 9:41 pm

9 Responses to “Pay in KWD in Switzerland”

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  2. Yousef says:

    I don’t like this option. I’d rather be all shocked when I return and see the bank’s statement instead 😛

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  3. yikez says:

    Keep in mind exchange rate could be higher in these retail stores. It could be just a 5kd difference on that particular example .. but if u add them all together u could be paying a lot. However, for the convenience it provides it’s a small price to pay. I like to save money on everything i do so i’ll be paying in francs :p

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  4. e7mood says:

    no comment !!!

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  5. TaB TaB AiE says:

    It’s all over the world not just in Switzerland, but beware its more expensive to be charged in KD. In the other hand, its nice to have an idea of how much it will cost in KD so use it as an indicator then pay with the local currency, in your case CHF :)

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  6. Ansam says:

    Thats awesome! Nice move… and the same thing is also now used in the UK

    http://www.p0ach.com/2009/07/16/uk-travel-tips/

    Makes life less complicated :-)

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  7. Ansam says:

    and as TabTabaie said… its more expensive!

    elmafrooth CHF565.00 = KWD150.100

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  8. Zuno says:

    Ur parents were in Gstaad?? Ive been there, its like this tiny town full of old people lol!

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