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Change Counts Answered

A word to the wise: keep your pocket change! I have a normal sized red plastic cup that I put all my spare change in. It was pretty full...but not to the brim, so I decided to count it tonight. Over $50 in quarters - 65 all together! What a pleasant surprise for me. I'll have to get some paper rolls from the bank so I can cash it in!

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Spl1nt3rC3ll
Spl1nt3rC3ll

Reply 13 years ago

See how much of a procrastinator I am? It took me from then till now to get to counting! :P $196 :D

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Bran
Bran

Reply 13 years ago

Wow, and I thought I was slow! ;-)

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Doctor What
Doctor What

13 years ago

I don't spend quarters. I just put them in a big culligan thing. Then I wait, and coinstar them. Usually after a couple of months I can get a game, no work at all!!

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iman
iman

13 years ago

My aunt and uncle used to collect change, and they would have a five gallon water cooler jug full of quarters dimes and nickels before they changed it in.

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NachoMahma
NachoMahma

13 years ago

. I have a 1 gallon glass jar that I throw my pennies in. When it gets about 2/3 full (too heavy if I fill it all the way up), I'll take it down to my bank and tell them to deposit it in 's account. They don't even charge to count/roll it (or so they tell me). . For the quarters, dimes, and nickels, I have smaller jars, but, my daughter usually keeps these from getting full. :)

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trebuchet03
trebuchet03

13 years ago

When I lived on campus... I used only cash - and change went into a can... Quarters went to a different can for laundry.... The can is still growing :p