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  Reply # 507123 16-Aug-2011 09:09
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I know you can get $2000 in one go, I suspect from ASB you can get $2500 but i'm not sure. Over the counter you can get any amount you like, so long as the branch has enough cash. $750 is no problem.




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  Reply # 507126 16-Aug-2011 09:13
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johnr: ASB cash flow machines allow up to $2000 a day

EFTPOS is $10,000 a day

The standard ASB limits are $2000 per day in cash and $2500 in EFTPOS purchases, per http://www.asb.co.nz/story_images/30_ASB_FastCash_FastP_s3375.pdf which seems to be the current terms and conditions for a cashflow card. Some machines may have lower limits on what the machine can / will permit. OP shouldn't have a problem withdrawing his $750.

Largest amount I've ever withdrawn in cash was just over 25K AUD; the largest sounding withdrawal I used to make regularly was 4 million - Vietnamese Dong ($231NZD)... Some other fun currencies have resulted in fairly large sounding withdrawals too (Rupees, Rupiah, Kip, etc).




I've walked out with $5 billion Zimbabwean dollars.  Admittedly, it was from a stamp shop, it cost me $10NZD, and the worth of the note was something like 2c.  But still, it felt pretty cool to carry round $5 billion dollars...

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 507456 16-Aug-2011 17:23
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Thanks for the replies,
I went to the ASB in Newmarket and successfully withdrew the $750.

I can confirm that the maximum withdraw amount, for ASB, is $2000. 

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