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Monday at 6:30 pm
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What do you plan on buying on your visit to Sweden ?

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Monday at 11:21 pm
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Hej Adolf,

Ja du kanske har rätt haha. (Yes, you might be right, haha.) :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:


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Adolf
Thursday at 6:32 pm
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till Vicky:


kanske räkningarna används ofta för magisk rekvisita?:stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

( maybe the bills are often used for magic props )


Magiker måste vara ansvarig:laughing::laughing::laughing:

( Magicians must be responsible )

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Monday at 7:52 pm
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Hej Adolf,

Haha, ja du har rätt i att sedlarna är rena och fina då. I Japan är sedlarna alltid perfekta, men i Sverige tyckte jag att de alltid var skrynkliga haha. (Haha, you're right about the bills being clean and nice then. In Japan the bills are always perfect, but in Sweden I thought that they were always wrinkly haha.) :laughing:


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Adolf
Tuesday at 11:33 am
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safer and more difficult to conterfeit → It's true :thumbsup:


Detta gör också din sedel är alltid mycket ren :thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:

( This also makes your banknote is always very clean )


Taiwan-sedel alltid skrynkliga, smutsiga, även skadad :wink::sob:

( Taiwan-banknote always wrinkled, dirty, even damaged )

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Monday at 9:00 pm
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Hi Adolf,

This year and next year, Sweden is getting new coins and bills with new motives. These will also be safer and more difficult to conterfeit. :innocent: I haven't seen these new bills or coins but I am very curious.


Have a nice day!

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Adolf
Monday at 8:10 am
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Sverige Uppdatera alltid sedel, är inte det?:laughing:

( Sweden always Update banknote, isn't ? )

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Tuesday at 5:50 pm
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Hej hej Bea!


Haha, I understand!

And Swedes mostly tend to pay by credit card! Maybe that's why :wink:


Ha en jättebra dag, du med!

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Bea
Monday at 2:06 am
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Hej, hej,


I have just come back from Stockholm and I remembered to pay by credit card. :)

But last time I had some cash and I am sure I was charged up each time - unluckily I don't have the receipts any more. :)


Ha en trevlig dag!

Beata

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Sunday at 1:52 pm
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Hej Bea!


That is very true! And also if you buy many things for .90 öre, you might end up saving some money in the end :innocent:


I do believe that we round down though. So if it ends up being 22.10 kr, we just pay 22. But if it's over .50, we round up! Correct me if I'm wrong :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:


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Bea
Sunday at 6:51 am
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Hej,

I think the most important thing about Swedish money is the fact that OREs are no longer used. This means that if you buy something at a supermarket and the total price is - let's say 12.27 SEK, or 12.88 SEK, you will pay in cash 13 SEK. Unless you use a credit card - then you would be charged 12.12 SEK or 12.88 SEK.

So ORE are kind of history now.