Where can I take my Canadian coins for cash?
A safe, reliable way to cash in your Canadian pennies is just to go to your local bank. Any large corporate bank will accept your pennies. However, make sure you have them rolled up before bringing them in. If you don’t, your bank may not accept them.
What can I do with my Canadian coins?
If you have unwanted Canadian coins, coins that U.S. banks and retail establishments won’t accept, cash them in at HYPoint Canadian Coin Exchange. Will buy your coins and convert them to U.S. cash fast and easy. Most U.S. banks do not accept Canadian coins. HYPoint Canadian Coin Exchange does.
Does Coinstar take foreign coins?
Items like food, screws, dirty or sticky coins and other objects will jam the machine. … Coinstar cannot accept Eisenhower silver dollars, 1943 steel pennies, pure silver, commemorative or foreign coinage. They may not be recognized by our kiosk or returned to you.
Can I spend Canadian coins in the US?
And so yes. There are places were using Canadian currency (both bills and coins) is perfectly acceptable within the United States.
Do banks still take pennies in Canada 2020?
Yes, pennies continue to be legal tender in Canada and banks accept them for cash payments.
How do I exchange coins for cash in Canada?
There are three primary options to change coins to cash: Take your coins to the bank. Roll the coins yourself.
Use a Coin Counting Machine
- Get cash (8-10% fee)
- Exchange coins for an eGift Card (no fee)
- Consider giving back by making a donation to your favorite charity (no fee)
Can you buy Canadian pennies?
Production of the penny ceased in May 2012, and the Royal Canadian Mint ceased distribution of them as of February 4, 2013. However, the coin remains legal tender.
Which bank takes coins?
Currently there are a few banks that we know of that will take your coins:
- Citibank (requires coin rolls and some fees may vary)
- Community Savings Banks (requirements vary)
- US Bank (no rolls but current customers only)
- Bank of America (requires coin rolls)
- First County Bank.
- Western Credit Union.
- Peoples United.
Where can I exchange coins from other countries?
Your bank or credit union is almost always the best place to exchange currency.
- Before your trip, exchange money at your bank or credit union.
- Once you’re abroad, use your financial institution’s ATMs, if possible.
- After you’re home, see if your bank or credit union will buy back the foreign currency.
How do I avoid Coinstar fees?
To avoid the Coinstar fee, there are two ways to cash your coins for free. First, you can sort and fill your own rolls of coins and take them to your bank to deposit or exchange for cash. Depending on how much change you have, the process might be time-consuming, but at least you’ll save money.