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    When you take bags of coins into the bank- can you mix coins? E.g. £1 worth of both 1p's and 2p's.
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    Yes you can but when you get there the bank will give you banks so you can separate the different coins as they us a sort of weighing scale to tell them how much money is in each bag and all the coins in a bag must be the same.

    But in other words yes


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    (Original post by LunaTy)
    Yes you can but when you get there the bank will give you banks so you can separate the different coins as they us a sort of weighing scale to tell them how much money is in each bag and all the coins in a bag must be the same.

    But in other words yes


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    So in other words a no lmao.

    You can't mix coins in the same bag.
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    (Original post by jamestg)
    So in other words a no lmao.

    You can't mix coins in the same bag.
    Oh my bad I read that wrong 😂


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    you can mix copper's according to the cash bags I've got
    so you should be ok they just count it with a machine anyway
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    When you take bags of coins into the bank- can you mix coins? E.g. £1 worth of both 1p's and 2p's.
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    natwest at least has machines that you literally pour all your coins into and it counts them, so you put everything in together - then you get a receipt, take it to the desk and they give you your money (you need to be a natwest customer though)
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    (Original post by jamesthehustler)
    you can mix copper's according to the cash bags I've got
    so you should be ok they just count it with a machine anyway
    Thats what i was wondering.
    Just out of interest, they wouldnt let you take in part bags would they- e.g. £3 worth of 5p's (a bag full is £5 worth).
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    You can't mix coins according to the bags I've got. It says 'No mixed coin' on them.

    You can take in whatever quantity you like in a bag, they'll just be taken out and processed manually if it doesn't come to the full amount for the bag.
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    (Original post by Duncan2012)
    You can't mix coins according to the bags I've got. It says 'No mixed coin' on them.

    You can take in whatever quantity you like in a bag, they'll just be taken out and processed manually if it doesn't come to the full amount for the bag.
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    (Original post by Emma:-))
    Thats what i was wondering.
    Just out of interest, they wouldnt let you take in part bags would they- e.g. £3 worth of 5p's (a bag full is £5 worth).
    they've been able to give them to me like that when i asked so as long as you state correct amount when you hand it over they should be fine
 
 
 
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