breaking open saving tins

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  1. orbsuk

    orbsuk New Member

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    we had about six saving tins around the house & been putting odd bits of change in them for the past 6 months .most of them were full so opened them up & took to local asda to cash them in :) couldn't believe the total come out at £435 :eek: so then went to tescos to cash them in for some dollers:) which we got the rate at 1.6318 total got back in dollers was $710.00 didn't think we would get that much back we were well happy .how everyone elses collecting going & is anyone close to cashing in them full tins lol
     
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    Beccaberry Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    That's AWESOME!!!! The most we've ever cashed out of ours was around $300 - but we were shocked by that as most of the time NEITHER of us has cash, so we always just use our debit card. Well done, you!
     
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    What a great surprise!
     
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    wow!! you did a good job !!
     

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