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    One way ticket and triple entry visa's

    Hello, I'm applying for a triple entry visa to Thailand from the USA.I have a one way.ticket from LA via Malaysian Air.I have posted this question on another forum but there is so much controversy about this onward ticket with a Visa. I just donít want the hassle with the airline check in people or the Thai officials at the BKK airport. My 180 day visa stamp will expire Feb12-2014 .Please remember ďI realize I donít need a onward ticket with a triple entry tourist visaĒ,but Iím thick headed .My question is I want to purchase a cheap onward ticket out ,should I book it for just before the end of the first 60 days or before the end of the 180 day visa stamp? Please only serious comments.

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    You don't need one.
    Fact.

    You have a visa, only visa exhempt entries require an onward ticket.
    But if you want to buy one, you can buy it for departure at any date you want.

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    ^ What he said.

    I presume the other forum is Thai Visa? They don't know shit. A bunch of senile old alkies posting complete bollocks.

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    One way Air tickets in Thailand

    Regardless of the visa requirements look really hard at the price of your ticket out of Thailand if purchased in Thailand. I have lived here for six years and have found the price of long haul air tickets brought in Thailand is considerably higher than the same ticket purchased elsewhere regardless of which currency you use. I am always told rightly or wrongly discounts do not apply to tickets purchased in Thailand. Brian Stocks

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    Hi does any one know what the fine is for over staying 30 days??

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    Is it still 200 baht a day, if so 6 grand.

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    ^No I will only be staying a few days over my 30 days just thinking if its worth doing a quick hop over the boarder for a few extra days..cheaper to pay the fine i think

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    Quote Originally Posted by diverken View Post
    ^No I will only be staying a few days over my 30 days just thinking if its worth doing a quick hop over the boarder for a few extra days..cheaper to pay the fine i think
    500 Baht a day, just paid a one day overstay about a week ago, to make matters worse the Thai embassy was closed the next day, so the wife got stung for 200 Baht overstay in Lao. Can't win, need to buy a calendar. Jim

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamescollister View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by diverken View Post
    ^No I will only be staying a few days over my 30 days just thinking if its worth doing a quick hop over the boarder for a few extra days..cheaper to pay the fine i think
    500 Baht a day, just paid a one day overstay about a week ago, to make matters worse the Thai embassy was closed the next day, so the wife got stung for 200 Baht overstay in Lao. Can't win, need to buy a calendar. Jim
    Thanks Jim

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    Quote Originally Posted by riclag View Post
    Hello, I'm applying for a triple entry visa to Thailand from the USA.I have a one way.ticket from LA via Malaysian Air.I have posted this question on another forum but there is so much controversy about this onward ticket with a Visa. I just donít want the hassle with the airline check in people or the Thai officials at the BKK airport. My 180 day visa stamp will expire Feb12-2014 .Please remember ďI realize I donít need a onward ticket with a triple entry tourist visaĒ,but Iím thick headed .My question is I want to purchase a cheap onward ticket out ,should I book it for just before the end of the first 60 days or before the end of the 180 day visa stamp? Please only serious comments.
    You do not need an onward ticket when you have a visa in your passport, it is only really required when you arrive on a VOA visa on arrival.

    The Immigration are well aware you will be spending plenty of time in LOS

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