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RON. The Romanian leu, where 1 leu = 100 bani. The pluran is ‘lei’; 1 leu, 10 lei.
Cards are accepted across supermarkets and restaurants, and are more often chip and pin. Cash is preferred at smaller stores.
Look out for ATMs with the Mastercard logo.
Payment and withdrawal limits
See the settings in app.
Crowdsourced merchant data
There is very little merchant data for Romania, so please contribute!
‘Mulțumesc’ means ‘thank you’
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