No. Pagar en dólares... To pay in dollars.
To pay cash... Pagar en efectivo.
Saying to pay in cash is not the same as saying to pay in dollars. One can pay in cash with pesos, dollars or euros depending on the country.
I think "with dollars" would be more common in America.
Is this comparable to "pay in cash"?
It could be wanting to pay in dollars as opposed to in pesos.
Con means in?????????
I wpuld like to pay in dollars rather than pesos.
11/26/18. 'I'd like to pay in dollars please' was not accepted.
Quiero means I want.
Is this like asking to pay in US$ because otherwise this phrase is confusing.
Can someone explian why in dolares is correct vs with dolares.
Neither is correct.
in dollars or with dollars (should) both be accepted.
"Quiero pagar con dólares, por favor" literally translates to "I want to pay with dollars, please"