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Too Much Too Young 7:26 Tue May 24
4.5L Whiskey Bottles - coinage collection
I can confirm that you will get around 360 if you fill one of these bottles up with everything bar 1 % 2 coins...took about 2 1/2 years to fill up and about 2 hours to sort and count.

Pays for half the ST though.

Which is nice.

You cunts.

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bruuuno 6:02 Wed May 25
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Ricky Bobby 9:32 Wed May 25
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Too true, I've been known to take the pot down there when I am proper boracic ha

Davenport 10:54 Wed May 25
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Natwest at Westfield lets you sling your coins in the machine, seen all sorts pouring dosh in from tesco bags.

Mr Strug 9:45 Wed May 25
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I meant to say they have those machines like sainsburies etc but it doesn't take any commission.

Mr Strug 9:44 Wed May 25
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I've got one that I just bung all my change in when I get home from work/pub/football. It's nearly a quarter full and I think there's around £400 in there.

I think you can take them to the Metro bank, you don't need to have an account with them either. They pay you the money and ask if you want to start an account with them and you just say no thanks. I'll check it out when mines nearly full.

Ricky Bobby 9:32 Wed May 25
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bruuuno 8:40 Tue May 24
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It's worth paying the 8% for the satisfaction of slinging it all in hearing it all clanging away everyone in sains looking at you in awe


Errr, Looking at the poor person cashing in so he/she can buy some shop brand beans!




I have 2 tins from the £1 shop that you need a heavy duty can opener to get in to them, I save £1 & £2 coins in them, both are quite heavy now but only half full.... This will be cashed in when full and I expect to see a few hundred in both by then.

Far Cough 11:10 Tue May 24
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Buster, very few HSBC have coin machines, I'm with them, the nearest one to me is in the city

Buster 10:54 Tue May 24
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HSBC have those machines and every penny goes straight into your account.

Hammer and Pickle 10:33 Tue May 24
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Probably better off filling 2 bottles with 1-10p coins then.

Ashy 10:30 Tue May 24
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I've filled one with 1p, 2p, 5p & 10p coins only and it was £120 odd.
I was quite disappointed with that to be honest, but started again and it's a 3rd filled, but it seems to take ages.

IRONS87 8:48 Tue May 24
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How many notes have you broken into because you haven't got change, though?

You would then have even more change to put into the bottle...

It's a vicious circle

Far Cough 8:42 Tue May 24
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Banks don't want it unless it's bagged up in their bags and the correct amounts in each bag, copper, 20p 50p pound coins etc

bruuuno 8:40 Tue May 24
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Too Much Too Young 8:15 Tue May 24
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Why would you want to lose 8%, when you can bag it yourself and take it to a bank, who don't charge a thing?

It's worth paying the 8% for the satisfaction of slinging it all in hearing it all clanging away everyone in sains looking at you in awe

Too Much Too Young 8:15 Tue May 24
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Why would you want to lose 8%, when you can bag it yourself and take it to a bank, who don't charge a thing?

Too Much Too Young 8:11 Tue May 24
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1,300 is nice to know for 1 coins, but it would take fucking ages to do that.

Fortunes Hiding 7:46 Tue May 24
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Since I've been married, I've been bought three money pots. The ones you have to break to get the money out.

Last week i filled one and had £997 in it.

Wife put it towards removal costs ☹☹☹ as we are moving house.

Far Cough 7:35 Tue May 24
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Take it to Sainsburys coin machine and they will rip you off for 8% commission ;-)

Grumpster 7:31 Tue May 24
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A mate of mine had one of those (not sure about the size) and purely put £1 coins into it for whoever long it took to fill.

When he counted it all for his trip to Oz, there was £1300 in it.

I would have spent it on booze long before it got to the top, sop fair play to you!





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