Where can I use Coinstar for free?
Unfortunately, many of the well-known banks do not have coin counting machines. But, you may find regional banks and local credit unions offer the service free for members but charge a fee for non-members. The best way to find out is to call your regional area bank or local credit union and ask them.
How do you get no fee at Coinstar?
To avoid the processing fee, you’ll have to choose to receive a Coinstar eGift card instead of cash. Before you choose the gift card option, review the list of participating restaurants and retailers. They’re the only places you’ll be able to use your eGift card for purchases: AMC Theaters.
What banks have coin counters for free?
What Banks Have Free Coin Counting Machines?
- American Eagle Credit Union: Free for customers, 10% for noncustomers.
- Apple River State Bank: Free for customers.
- First County Bank: Free for customers.
- Glenview State Bank: Free for customers.
- Hancock County Savings Bank: Free for customers.
Is the Coinstar free?
Is there a charge to use a Coinstar kiosk? Not always. Free coin counting is available at most locations in the United States if you cash in your coins for an eGift Card. If you decide to turn your coins in for cash, there is an 11.9% coin processing fee.
How much does Walmart charge for coin exchange?
Yes, Walmart does have Coinstar Kiosks in most of their stores which can be found toward the front of the store next to the checkout counters. When using a Coinstar Kiosk at Walmart, customers will be charged an 11.9% fee which can be avoided when selecting the “free gift card” option.
Which banks have a coin machine?
The useful bit
- If you’re a Barclays, HSBC, NatWest or RBS customer and have coins to deposit, you’re in luck.
- Metro Bank has free coin deposit machines that anyone can use, even if you’re not with Metro Bank.
How can I cash in change for free?
Start With Your Bank or Credit Union Many banks and most credit unions offer a free conversion of coins to cash for account holders. They’ll simply dump your change into a sorting machine and give you cash after the change has run through it. Some banks offer this service with a small fee.
Can I cash my change in at CVS?
This summer, CVS/pharmacy will begin offering customers the chance to convert their coins into a CVS card using the Coinstar Center kiosks located in its stores. The Coin to Card service allows consumers to convert their loose change to a CVS card at the Coinstar kiosk and pay no coin-counting fee.
What is Coinstar’s fee?
Coinstar will charge you that absurd 11.9% fee if you want the money back in bills (and coins). There are other ways to get paid that do not incur that sizable fee. Coinstar will give you your funds as an Amazon gift card for no fee. They used to offer all kinds of gift cards, from movie theaters to Home Depot, but now it’s just Amazon.com.
What is Coinstar eGift Card?
Coinstar will give you your funds as an Amazon gift card for no fee. They used to offer all kinds of gift cards, from movie theaters to Home Depot, but now it’s just Amazon.com. The only rule is that the eGift Card has a minimum of $5 and a maximum of $1,000.
Do Coinstar machines check for missed coins?
When you use a Coinstar, regular coins fall through the cracks. Or get stuck in the cracks. So one enterprising gentlemen started checking Coinstars for errors … he goes to random Coinstar machines and checks them for missed coins, stuck coins, and other hangups.
Do any banks offer free coin counting services?
Banks used to offer free coin counting way way way back in the day. TD Bank used to have a “Penny Arcade” where you’d dump in the coins and they would count them for you. Then there were questions of the counting accuracy, TD Bank got sued, and they “reassessed” their offering.