Withdrawals from ATMs: These are the new fees that apply to Greek bank users from Monday (Today)!

The new pricing policy of Greek banks comes to equalize the ATM charges borne by Greek card holders with those paid last summer by tourists.

In addition, Greeks living in the province and the islands – where withdrawals from another bank are one-way – will face these charges daily and throughout the year and not only during the summer season.

In detail, charges to each bank:

Alpha Bank

Withdrawals from ATMs of other banks in Greece and the Eurozone

Up to € 150: € 1.50

From 160 to 250 euros: 1,60 euros

More than 250 euros: 1,65 euros

Withdrawals at ATM outside the Eurozone

1% of the withdrawal amount with a minimum of € 4.40 per transaction

Eurobank

ATM withdrawals from other banks in Greece and the Eurozone

EUR 1,60 irrespective of amount

Withdrawals at ATM outside the Eurozone

1.05% of the withdrawal amount.

National Bank

ATM withdrawals from other banks in Greece and the Eurozone

Up to € 150: € 1.30

From 160 to 250 euros: 1.40 euros

More than 250 EUR: 1,60 EUR

Withdrawals at ATM outside the Eurozone

1% of the withdrawal amount with a minimum of EUR 3 and a maximum of EUR 5 per transaction.

Piraeus Bank

ATM withdrawals from other banks in Greece and the Eurozone

Up to € 250: € 1.40

Over EUR 250: EUR 2.20

Withdrawals at ATM outside the Eurozone

Expenses 4 euro per transaction plus 2% on the withdrawal amount with a minimum of 1 euro and a maximum of 30 euro per transaction

* It is noted that the changes in Piraeus Bank will start on July 22nd.

source – newsit.gr

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