Which supermarkets have coin counters?

You may find Coinstar kiosks at major grocery stores and retailers nationwide including:

  • Albertsons.
  • CVS.
  • Food 4 Less.
  • Harris Teeter.
  • Hannaford.
  • Kroger.
  • Meijer.

Where can I get my coins sorted?

Here is a list of stores that might house coin counting machines.

  • Walmart. Walmart has over 11,000 stores worldwide.
  • Kroger. Kroger has more than 2,700 grocery stores in 35 states in the U.S. Many Kroger stores have Coinstar kiosks.
  • CVS.
  • ShopRite.
  • Hy-Vee.
  • Meijer.
  • Albertsons.
  • Harris Teeter.

Where can I change coins in Singapore?

Coin Deposit Fees In Singapore

BANKS 100 coins 1,000 coins
OCBC $1.50 (over the counter) $1.20 (via ATM, at $0.012 per coin) $15 (over the counter) $12 (via ATM)
UOB $2 $20 ($2 for every 100 pieces or part thereof
CIMB $5 $50 ($5 for every 100 pieces or part thereof)
Singapore Mint $3.75

How much do coin sorting machines charge?

Just pour your coins into the kiosk and let us do the work. Choose one of our three convenient options: get cash, which has an 11.9% fee (fees may vary by location), select a NO FEE eGift Card, or make a donation to your favorite charity.

Where can I cash change in for free?


  • Local bank or credit union. Your local bank or credit union branch may let you exchange coins for cash via coin-counting machines, letting you to roll your own coins, or take coins in another way.
  • QuikTrip.
  • Safeway.
  • Walmart.
  • Target.
  • Lowe’s.
  • Home Depot.
  • CVS.

What banks have free coin-counting machines?

What Banks Have Free Coin Counting Machines

Bank Customers Non-customers
Hancock County Savings Bank Free
Republic Bank (NJ/PA) Free Free
People’s United Bank Free 8% fee (to increase to 11%)
American Eagle Federal Credit Union Free Free

Do ATMs give quarters?

Soda Machines If you see an older soda vending machine, then give it a dollar. Instead of buying a drink, however, simply press the change return button. A lot of older machines aren’t able to dispense notes and will, instead, give you your four quarters.

What banks have free coin counting?

Can I change coins at any bank?

Exchange Coins For Free At Banks Although every bank will give out free coin wrappers, not every bank will accept your rolled coins if you are a non-customer. Chase Bank happens to have rather generous policies for non-customers, who can exchange up to $200 in coins as long as they’re in coin wrappers.

Do banks accept 1 cent coins?

Yes, 1c and 2c pieces are still Australian legal tender, but they are not considered as ‘currency’ (or, money that is officially released for circulation). This means that you can take your old 1c and 2c coins to the bank and exchange them for currency totalling the same face value.

What banks have free coin counting machines?

What banks have free coin-counting?

Are there any supermarkets in Singapore that accept coins?

Self-checkout machines at supermarkets like Sheng Siong and Fairprice accept coins too (no matter how many) for your grocery purchases. Even if you don’t need to buy any groceries, you can buy a pack of sweets and get your change in notes.

Is there a coin deposit machine in Singapore?

On this note, it’s good to be reminded that since coin deposit machines/services charge by per coin, it will make sense to consolidate and try to deposit more $1 coins to prevent losing value in deposit fees. Singapore mint is the second cheapest option to deposit your coins.

How much does it cost to change coins at Sheng Siong?

The machines at Sheng Siong have a specific coin exchange function too, to change coins into notes. However, to use this service, you need a minimum of $100 in coins and the exchange can only be done during their off-peak hours from 1 – 5pm daily.

Where can I deposit Brunei coins in Singapore?

Singapore commemorative coins and Brunei coins can also be deposited for free. The only setback about depositing with Certis is the inconvenience as there are only 4 locations: Bukit Merah, Paya Lebar, Jurong East and Jurong Logistics Hub. 1 st series coins and commemorative coins are only accepted at Jurong Logistics Hub.