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New blog about EBT

Posted: Tue Mar 15, 2005 9:52 pm
by rodani
Just created a new blog about the EBT. My plan is to invite a person in each European country to participate and talk about their experiences. Any candidates? Take a look at: eurobilltracker.blogspot.com and please make a link in your personal blogs :D

Edit: please keep this together in this thread. All users are able to read the same topic in the English part of this forum. // HNL

zxxxx5853xxx

Posted: Wed Aug 01, 2007 5:42 pm
by Guest
Dear whoever it concerns.

The 5 Euro bill, with the serial nr. zxxxx5853xxx has now landed in Krusau, Denmark, as of 1/8-07.


[edit/avij: wrong language, and please don't publish serial numbers on the forum]

Frankfurt airport

Posted: Thu Apr 17, 2008 3:12 pm
by ajax_rotterdam
Hello everyone,
next weekend(19/20 april), i'll be arriving and departing from Frankfurt airport. I'm arriving at Terminal 1(from amsterdam) and departing from Terminal 2(To Madrid). On my way back, i'll be arriving at Terminal 2 and departing from Terminal 1.

I would like to know if the banks at the airport are opened on Saturday and Sunday.
And if so, is there a friendly policy if i want to change 10*5 euro into one 50 bill or vice versa. Are there machine's at the airport for changing bills into smaller bills?

Thank you for your info and hopefully some nice International hits.

Posted: Thu Apr 17, 2008 7:40 pm
by Klazu
I have visited FFM airport once (I only visited it, not as a passanger, but as a tourist), and at least I couldn't see any banks in either of terminal. Of course there must be some(?, none of the three airports in Berlin have real bank offices), but at least I couldn't locate it. :idea:

Posted: Thu Apr 17, 2008 9:26 pm
by cmdr.bond
Post Office Frankfurt Airport, postal code 60549, any day from 7.00 in the morning to 22.00 (10.00) in the evening.

I never have worked there, so I don't know about the possibilities or the friendlyness to change notes.

Posted: Thu Apr 17, 2008 11:00 pm
by doiknow
If the banks refuse to change money, try some restaurants or something - I did so in Hannover (HAJ) and had no problems...they also did it with 100eur....

Posted: Fri Apr 18, 2008 10:47 pm
by Asiamaniac
I had changed some larger bills into fivers and tenners before I went on a trip to Indonesia. This also had another background: It can be difficult to exchange bills in that country if they look rotten. So I had a real good reason to ask for clean notes. That was no problem at all! I guess it was at an exchange store at Terminal 1.

Try your luck; it should not be a real problem. Try that trick with the necessety of cleanly looking bills. Tell them you travel to Indonesia or another country in Southeast Asia. That can really be an issue in such countries and they do not ask you to present a ticket.

Have a good trip!

Posted: Sat Apr 19, 2008 8:20 am
by Crossmaster
Last time I changed a :note-50: at the Reisebank at Terminal 1 smaller (for the parking ticket) I really had some problems, because the cashier told me, he also pays for the bills 8O but in the end I got my change...

The best way to get bills is to buy sth., pay with :note-50: and ask for :note-5: as change like I did in Stuttgart before I took my plane to Romania. good idea!

Posted: Tue Apr 22, 2008 12:14 pm
by ajax_rotterdam
Well, i've left some 3x :note-20: at the McDonalds at Terminal 2, hopefully i'll get a nice hit.

Posted: Wed Apr 23, 2008 6:05 pm
by taucher
ajax_rotterdam wrote:Well, i've left some 3x :note-20: at the McDonalds at Terminal 2,
EUR 60 :?: I hope you are not become ill :lol:

Posted: Wed Apr 23, 2008 10:32 pm
by Asiamaniac
ajax_rotterdam wrote:Well, i've left some 3x :note-20: at the McDonalds at Terminal 2, hopefully i'll get a nice hit.
I had left there some bills, too. But that is already quite some time ago.

And yes, hope you are still doing fine...

Posted: Wed Apr 23, 2008 10:50 pm
by ajax_rotterdam
taucher wrote:
ajax_rotterdam wrote:Well, i've left some 3x :note-20: at the McDonalds at Terminal 2,
EUR 60 :?: I hope you are not become ill :lol:
I didn't spend 60 euro..
21,82 with 2x :note-20: , and after that 4,38 with 1x :note-20: . :wink:

Posted: Thu Apr 24, 2008 10:07 am
by Beatminister
doiknow wrote:If the banks refuse to change money, try some restaurants or something - I did so in Hannover (HAJ) and had no problems...they also did it with 100eur....
I don´t know the Fra-Port, but there is a Sparkasse in HAJ (Terminal B, depatures) since a while. The same goes for FMO (Münster/Osnabrück).

Re: Frankfurt airport

Posted: Tue Oct 28, 2008 11:36 pm
by LITO
Hello everybody
Next week end I will be in Schwanheim near Frankfurtflughafen ,
and for those who might be intersted in aviation , there will be a fair for aviation related collectors ,
I will be there with plenty of :note-5: & :note-10: encoded in France . :D :wink:

Internationale Tauschtage der Luftfahrt 1/2. November 10.00-17.00 , Turnhalle Frankfurt Schwanheim Saarbrückerstrasse 4 .
Tauschen und Sammeln von Luftfahrtmorabilia : Postkarten , Fotos , Dias , Wings , Modelle , Instrumente, Spielkarten , Flügpläne , Sticker, Literatur , Pins , Philatelie , Safeties etc...
Ich sammle Flugzeuge und Flughafen Postkarten :P

Re: Frankfurt airport

Posted: Wed Oct 29, 2008 12:44 am
by TurboTim
Hi,
next weekend is an ebtm in Frankfurt.
If you want you could visit the meeting too.