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    Economic Tip

    Here is an economic tip that will help everybody.

    I bet most of you have a small collection of change in quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies on your dresser, in your purse, or wherever. Most people just put all their change there and forget about it. My friend did the same thing. However, today, we found a ton of coins at his house and we decided to count it all. It was over $40.00. It took like an hour to count it, but in the end it was worth it. If you haven’t picked up the tip yet, it is find your spare change, and then go cash it an a coinstar or just annoy some cashier by paying in pennies and nickels. If you don’t know what a coinstar is, its something that you can find in most Rainbow Foods and other grocery stores. You throw your change in there and it gives you paper money. Here is the coinstar website.

    It will be boring and take a while, but it will be worth it in the end. In this economy, find $40.00 in change in your house cannot be a bad thing.


    2 Responses

    1. Haha, I always collect my spare change! I even found some isenhower dolars and a couple JFK coins (I’m not sure what their called). I have around $100 right now in change.

      strange days these are

    2. LOL great tip… I have tons of change!!! And $40 REALLY!!! that’s a lot in coins (:

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