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In Bangkok Vasu tends to have the best exchange rate.

http://www.vasuexchange.com/

At Suvarnaphumi Airport Rail Link here are two websites Super Rich (Green) and Value Plus.  Don't forget to choose Suvarnaphumi from the drop down menu. Can't find the special Kasikorn rates that are offered at the two Kasikorn booths at the Suvarnaphumi Airport Rail Link.

https://www.superrichthailand.com/#!/en/exchange

http://www.valueplusexchange.com/#/

Note that according to the above two websites you can make an instant profit by changing USD in 100 dollar denominations to baht and then instantly changing back the baht to USD in one dollar notes. If you exchanged a few thousand dollars you make enough profit for a blowjob. Unfortunately not from the girl in the booth but rather a freelancer on Lower Suk.

In practice though, these booths often don't have USD in one dollar notes available.  

But when returning home and wanting to exchange money back to your home currency you can see if any booths have small denomination notes available in your currency. If changing baht to your currency you want the lowest Sell rate. 

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It's a toss up between Vasu and Super Rich who has the best exchange rates on a particular day. Super Rich has a lot more branches now - in many of the major malls, as well as in a number of BTS stations.

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11 minutes ago, rxpharm said:

It's a toss up between Vasu and Super Rich who has the best exchange rates on a particular day. Super Rich has a lot more branches now - in many of the major malls, as well as in a number of BTS stations.

RX, do you know the relationship between Super Rich Thailand and Super Rich 1965?

They both seem to have the same head office but different branches?

I am pretty sure there are two Super Rich booths at the airport one of which is the green one and the other a reddish or orange one. But the airport is not listed as a 1965 location.

It seems Super Rich 1965 has many locations in BTS stations.

There are dropdown menus with the exchange rates at various locations at each site.

http://www.superrich1965.com/en_currency_rate.html

https://www.superrichthailand.com/#!/en/exchange

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I have not found definite information - but rumours are that Super Rich 1965 (the oldest of the two) and Super Rich are owned by brothers and are two different companies. The exchange rates of both are better than the bank foreign exchange booths, and sometimes better than Vasu.

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