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Question for those who vacationed in the Crimea? and got a better answer
Response from Антон Владимирович[+++++]
1. ATMs in Crimea give out cash from any cards of the Russian Federation. Without a commission at ATMs RNKB, which more than enough stumbled, wherever you can. The commission, for example, the same Sberbank takes for removal in cash dispensers not the network. 2. VISA, MIR, and MesterCard cards are perfectly accepted at gas stations, supermarkets, shopping centers, etc. Same WITHOUT COST.
1. ATMs in Crimea give out cash from any cards of the Russian Federation. No commission at RNKB ATMs, which are more than enough banged up wherever you can. The commission, for example, the same Sberbank takes for removal in cash dispenses not the network. 2. VISA, MIR, and MesterCard cards are perfectly accepted at gas stations, supermarkets, shopping centers, etc. Same WITHOUT COST.
oh it's unlikely. all map technology from the countries that imposed sanctions, they dictate what you can and what you can't. it doesn't matter what map the world is fat
You can withdraw with a commission fee from ATMs of RNKB Many stores accept MIR VISA cards and even Maestro cards
in 2015 there was no Sber in Crimea now I do not know, call Sber on the general number I did so in third-party banks you can, but with a fee
Pay with a card Mir Visa Master without a commission everywhere where they accept cards for payment stores gas stations cafes restaurants hotels. In the market of course need cash. Sberbank no. You can withdraw money from ATMs RNKB koi sufficient quantity. In this case, take a commission of 1, but not less than 100 rubles.
There is no Sberbank in Crimea. In cash dispensers RNKB the most widespread, Genbank, bank Russia the commission removes itself Sberbank for each transaction at least 100 rubles. That is, as many times you withdraw money, as many times you have to pay. The MIR card is accepted in large supermarkets, gas stations, hotels. Card payment is not so widespread in our country. Market, privateers, small stores, stalls on the embankment. card do not take. Often I see tourists rushing around looking for the nearest ATM to buy goods you like. It is better to consider.
Cards can be paid without problems. We just from Crimea. Accept cards in stores without problems not referring as they say.
Last year, almost everywhere paid in cash. With the card it was possible to pay in stores in the city center in some stores more decent.
I was in Yalta in May. Mostly cash. There is no Sbera. It is beautiful. But 800 rubles for 6 small mullets and 2 glasses of beer-that's bullshit.