An American is visiting Buenos Aires! Western Union Concerns

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American is visiting Buenos Aires! Western Union Concerns

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Hello, I’m an American who will be visiting BA and Patagonia for a few weeks with my partner! I’m quite anxious to explore the city as well as Patagonia!

I’m aware of the two exchange rates, and I did some research on withdrawing funds using Western Union, and it appears to be the easiest route for me to get money out at a good exchange rate.

I had a couple of brief questions regarding this:

I’ve heard stories about some WU branches running out of cash when you go to pick it up. Is this correct, and is there a certain area that works best?

We’ll most certainly need to withdraw $1k+ in USD for the duration of the trip. Would you propose splitting it up, especially if the sites don’t have a lot of cash on hand? What would be a reasonable amount for me to try to take out at once?

Thank you so much for your assistance and advise! Thank you really much:) American is visiting Buenos Aires! Western Union Concerns, so much concerns

 

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I’m not sure about the first one, but for the second, I’d recommend taking it out in chunks. Mostly because 1kusd would be equivalent to at least 200 bills in the best-case scenario.

What happens if the agencies (WU) do not have enough money? It is because they are little companies, and not many people walk by, therefore they do not have enough money, but especially in the City of CABA, on the most urbanised streets. You will have the ability to withdraw enormous sums of money. Sincerely, a Western Union representative

Is it better to transfer yourself money from a USD account in the US and withdraw Pesos, or to have a friend/family member send it to you via app and pick up Pesos? The OP was concerned about receiving a fraud notice if they sent to themselves.

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I’ve heard stories about some WU branches running out of cash when you go to pick it up. Is this correct, and is there a certain area that works best?

yes. This has happened to me several times, particularly in smaller branches. I discovered a major branch in CABA near Plaza de Mayo that has never failed me. However, this will definitely vary depending on where you are.

We’ll most certainly need to withdraw $1k+ in USD for the duration of the trip. Would you propose splitting it up, especially if the sites don’t have a lot of cash on hand? What would be a reasonable amount for me to try to take out at once?

It depends on your location and what you’re doing. I wouldn’t want to take $1000 USD around with me or leave it at hostels. I’d break it up into at least two, if not three transactions. However, it is dependent on where and when the money is spent. If you have a lot of expensive things to pay for all at once, having enough to cover that plus a week or two’s worth of meals and travel is preferable than taking the same amount out and spending it equally over time.

I have no idea.

Don’t bring small bills: they won’t pay you the full exchange rate, and the discounts will be substantial.

Bring NEW $100 USD banknotes. In the case of these notes, exchange houses only pay the full rate.

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It’s insane, I know. However, certain people in this country think against all reasoning.

According to a study abroad lecturer.

This. Only exchange at trusted locations. Small pieces. Only brand new $100 notes will be accepted.
Take out tiny amounts, such as $2-300. They were almost unable to get me all of my money after I withdrew $700 and basically cleared the place out. And it was a larger WU at a central location.

Thank you! I’ll do smaller bits from now on. I’m from Patagonia’s Puerto Madryn. Where do you wish to go?

Awesome! I intend to travel to Bariloche, El Calafete, and Ushuaia. If you have any suggestions or comments, I’d love to hear them!

Yes, I’ve had that problem. You must go to the larger branches since the smaller ones frequently inform you that they will only give you X amount, which is usually less than what you sent. I used to travel to Montevideo 825, which is near the centre of Buenos Aires, so it would be a decent alternative if you’re staying in that region. There is another branch in Armenia 2109 near Palermo. I haven’t had any issues with extraction limits with these two branches I shared, but it’s been a while since I’ve needed to use this.

Same thing here… Going to Argentina and trying to grasp everything. Can you explain me how to send money to oneself in another country using wu, u/mcsink04? I understand that you must have a wu account, but do you just enter your data again in the receiver information?

I learned that if you send it to yourself, they would block it as fraudulent…so I had someone in the US give it to me! Then I simply send them USD money.

 

Thanks. I’ll follow suit!

I’d like to share an idea with you… I’m staying at the Four Seasons Buenos Aires for three nights and owing them $1,365. However, as an Argentine company, they must adhere to the official currency tax in order to strengthen the local currency against the dollar, correct?

So, using this to my advantage, I’ll try to change my dollar using the WesternUnion market rate (blue/parallel), and with pesos in hand, I’ll pay off the entire hotel bill using the official rate to convert my pesos in dollars, because they can’t use another conversion.

By the way, I recommend that you stay at Arakur during your visit to Ushuaia. Fantastic city, fantastic hotel.

Goodbye, and greetings from Brazil.

So, are you going to pick up pesos or dollars? Is it thus impossible to send yourself money from a USD account in the United States?

 

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This summer, I’ll be spending my vacation in Argentina. I heard it’s a good idea to swap your money at a Western Union location. I’ve never done anything like this before; does anyone know of somebody who has? What does the procedure entail?

 

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OP Don’t pay attention to any of these folks. You go to Western Union’s website, like I did in March and will do again in July (because I’m returning). They also exchange at the blue dollar rate. The blue dollar rate is around twice as high as the official exchange rate, thus instead of $1 USD to 110 pesos, it is more like $1 USD to 210 pesos. Send money to yourself and pick it up at a Western Union/Pago Fácil location. So these are the precise steps I took:

1) Go to the WU website.

2) Enter the monetary value.

3) Enter your own information as the receiver, such as your name, phone number, and so on.

4) When you arrive in BA, look for a Western Union or PagoFácil location. These are actually difficult to locate because they do not always appear on Google Maps.

5) Enter and explain that you sent money to yourself and need to pick it up. You will need your passport as well as the transaction number from your email. Make certain that you are fluent in Spanish.

6) They will then hand you the cash and allow you to depart.

 

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7) On the last day of your trip, if you have any money left over and wish to convert it for USD at a bank, you MUST exchange it using Western Union again. I, on the other hand, traded mine at the airport with one of those shady guys at a vehicle rental shop who handed me USD. I was scared they were fake because he was so eager to exchange them, but I am 99% certain they were genuine.

P.S. I stayed in Palermo, and I know of two reputable Western Union locations. There is one buried away on a smaller street at these coordinates (-34.5932240, -58.4298836). There’s also a livelier one nearby (-34.5957562, -58.4276593) that doesn’t show up on Google Maps. They will hand you a LARGE amount of cash, so bring a backpack or something to store it in.

Next month, I’ll be in Argentina. Do you need two distinct Western Union accounts to pay money to yourself? Or just one?

Do not exchange money at a WU or a Bureau de Change. Money exchangers can be found in Recoleta. They frequently sit in front of the cafe. You obtain the black market price. When in doubt, simply ask the waiters.

Western Union also offers a ‘excellent’ rate. At least, you did when I went there in November. They were more affordable than Recoleta.

Ditto. The exchange rate is significantly better.

If you’re nervous, have one of the locals at your hostel show you the ropes and tip them generously. American is visiting Buenos Aires! Western Union Concerns

Travel safely.

American is visiting Buenos Aires! Western Union Concerns

You practically get the same rate as the blue rate at Western Union, and there are no-fee promo codes.

It was actually better than the blue rate by roughly 10% at times.

Money changers on the street give you a terrific rate. I did it several times with no problems. WU charges a high fee, and I say this as someone who only uses ATMs.

When I was there, I found DIGITAL0FEE to be on par, if not better, than the blue rate.

When you run out of cash to trade, use Western Union. I was unaware of the blue dollar notion in Argentina, and I only had $100 with me. I exchanged the $100 wherever I could. You essentially receive the same rate.

You can’t just use your ATM card in Argentina if I run out of money. Because those ATMs exclusively dispense local money, you obtain the “official” conversion rate.

Go to the Western Union website and pay money to yourself. You’ll obtain the blue dollar rate this way. It’s worth noting that in BA, many Western Union locations don’t have enough local currency to hand out in the morning. If you go in the early afternoon, they will have local currency.

You can either swap dollars or send money to yourself on the website and withdraw it from them. It’s quite straightforward.

If you pay with a credit card or take money from an ATM, you will be charged exorbitant fees.

 

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