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I bought several 1000 baht bank notes back with me from a trip to Thailand way back in 2008, I was intending to use them on a subsequent trip but forgot about them. I 'found' them the other day when clearing out my safe, the question is, are they still likely to be legal currency?

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I bought several 1000 baht bank notes back with me from a trip to Thailand way back in 2008, I was intending to use them on a subsequent trip but forgot about them. I 'found' them the other day when clearing out my safe, the question is, are they still likely to be legal currency?

 

Yes - if you have any concerns, you may always take them to a Thai bank, and ask them to replace them with current bills. Lately, when I cash a monthly check for 135,000 baht, I typically receive about 90,000 baht in "old" bills (2008 type), and 45,000 baht in "new "bills.

 

Cheers,

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AFAIK still Legal Tender since 15 Series of Banknote (1,000 Baht November 2005) has not been supersede by Series 16 (August 2015) .

 

Never get to see current notes, as soon as Mrs Kong goes to ATM they are spent ... such is life.

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