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    I have £27 worth of loose change(yes I counted) and im planning to put it in those cash deposit machines at Natwest. What I'm worried about is the rather weird noise its going to make as I put it down the slot:rofl:
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    Better to go to Tesco or asda and use the coinstar machines. Put the coins in and claim your money at the tills then go deposit it into bank

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    (Original post by Student7866)
    Better to go to Tesco or asda and use the coinstar machines. Put the coins in and claim your money at the tills then go deposit it into bank

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    Don't they take money to use, I don't there is one with a machine near me
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    Put it down and be proud
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    Don't they take money to use
    they take like a tiny percentage of the overall total. They're probably better if you have an absolute shitload of money total and not just £7
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    (Original post by Retired_Messiah)
    they take like a tiny percentage of the overall total. They're probably better if you have an absolute shitload of money total and not just £7
    £27*
    It came from a relatively large jar and there's still change in it
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    (Original post by not not light)
    £27*
    It came from a relatively large jar and there's still change in it
    Oh in that case coin machine would be pretty legit. However if the natwest thingy doesn't take any of your money from you I'd use that instead.
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    Use the machine in Natwest or one of those self-checkout machines in a supermarket (if you ever need to do £27 worth of shopping), although if you do the latter, you might have an angry queue of people behind you.
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    you could give the coins to needy children when they trick or treat at your house ?

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    (Original post by Boondock Saint)
    Use the machine in Natwest or one of those self-checkout machines in a supermarket (if you ever need to do £27 worth of shopping), although if you do the latter, you might have an angry queue of people behind you.
    yh i always use those cash deposit machine in natwest
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    you could give the coins to needy children when they trick or treat at your house ?

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    Those needy kids will never get my money:fuhrer:
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    Those needy kids will never get my money:fuhrer:

    cor fanks fuhrer !! with these 3 pfennigs i can buy some potato peelings
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    (Original post by not not light)
    Don't they take money to use, I don't there is one with a machine near me
    I know they charge a percentage, and last time I saw one I think it was about 7% or something - you don't have to use a machine in a branch, you can take it to the cashier...
 
 
 
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