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    Can you tell me or direct me to a website that tells me how much money of what coins you can put into those plastic money bags so I can count up my money for the bank. Cheers
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    £1 in copper, 5/10p is £5, 20/50p is £10, £1/£2 is £20. But no mixed coins!
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    (Original post by Daibhidh)
    Can you tell me or direct me to a website that tells me how much money of what coins you can put into those plastic money bags so I can count up my money for the bank. Cheers
    have you considered reading what it says on the bag you are puttin the money into?
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    if you go get a money bag... you'll find it says the amounts on there
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    I will get the money bags tomorrow but meanwhile I'd like the money prepared
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    (Original post by Daibhidh)
    I will get the money bags tomorrow but meanwhile I'd like the money prepared
    hmmm.... trip to bank for bags, another trip to bank to give them bags....
 
 
 

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