Where to change coins to notes?


sjackal

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I have few hundred dollars of coins, all 1 dollar coins and 50 cents coins. If I bring it to a bank to change for notes, will they do it? Will they charge me a fee? How about money changer?
 

Rashkae

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If you have DBS/POSB, you can dump your coins in their coin machines.
 

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You will be charge a admin fee for coin banking unless the account is a children account.
 

sjackal

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Then I think I will try the provision shops then.

I bought newspaper with 5 cents coins, provision shop lady already not happy. Look down on 5 cents next day I go with 1 cents version.
 

sjackal

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BTW I wonder how much is the admin fee.
 

sjackal

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Thanx, my house there have.

There is no mention of admin fee also.
 

sjackal

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So assuming i have $500 worth all 50 cents coins, equals to 1000 piece, at the rate of $0.0075 charge per piece, it is $7.50, if all $1 coins, it is $3.75, of half half, it is $5.63.

I think can.
 

kei1309

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So assuming i have $500 worth all 50 cents coins, equals to 1000 piece, at the rate of $0.0075 charge per piece, it is $7.50, if all $1 coins, it is $3.75, of half half, it is $5.63.

I think can.
still ok with me. i banked in $500 worth of $1 coins before. heck. just wanted to get rid of that heavy piggy bank
 

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