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Israeli New Shekel

Israel - Israeli New Shekel (ILS)
Rate: 0.3056

Our exchange rates are locked in every weekday at our branches around 8 am EST. The rate shown when you make the online reservation is the exchange rate of that day, so it is good for that day only. The exchange rate you pay will be that of the day when you actually pick up and pay for the currency. The indication rate gives you a good reference point as currency exchange rates typically move less than 3% day to day.

3.2722 ILS = $1 USD
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Symbol: ₪ 
Countries: Israel, Palestinian Territories
The Israeli new shekel is the currency of Israel. Our records show the Israeli new shekel is the 17th most traded currency with us. The banknotes have both a paper banknote and polymer (plastic) banknote series in circulation. Bank of Israel (BOI) is responsible for issuing the Israeli banknotes. The new shekel replaced the old in 1986, following the 1985 Economic Stabilization Plan, and has continued to be the official currency of Israel. The Bank of Israel operates from two locations, one in Jerusalem and the other in Tel Aviv. Israel does not have mint to produce their