B526 - The Coinage Amendment Act 2013 Watch

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SciFiRory
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I normally use my debit card anyway lol, plus any spare pennies I can just give to my dad for his jar (he collects them till the jar is full then goes to the bank to change them for pounds/notes )

so this is a no from me
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I can see the point in a 99p coin. Aye or no aye, that is the question.
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If there was a 99p coin, then companies would just lower the prices to £0.98.
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How about we have the £1 note and just put the McDonalds clown on the front for the MRLP.
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Ahhh, 1p and 2p coins are already useless. Why do we need to introduce a new smaller denomination coin? Also there's the small issue that the scrap value of the metal is worth more than the face value of the coin...

As for the reason why shops price items at 99p... They'll just lower it to 98p...
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Division! Clear the Lobbies!
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