I started my coin collecting hobby as a child by searching through rolls from my local bank. In the late 70's and early 80's, it was never a problem getting rolls at a bank regardless if I had an account. In fact, I remember getting free paper rolls. I decided to start roll hunting again for half dollars about a year ago. When I went to my bank (where I have a checking and savings account) to ask for rolls, I was told that they do not supply coin rolls. I was surprised to hear this. I tried a few times again with different tellers and got the same response. At a different bank, I went to deposit a check into my mom's account and I was told the same. Again, I tried asking different tellers, but no luck. Finally, I made a transaction at another bank where my mom had an account. After I completed the transaction, I asked the teller if she had any rolls of half dollars. Strangely, she replied by asking me if I had an account with the bank. I said no, but she went ahead and I received 10 rolls of halves. About a month later, I went to the same bank to get another 10 rolls. Again, I was asked if I had an account with the bank. I replied no, but stated that my mother does. So, I got my rolls. If I continue going to this bank to get rolls, I am afraid that my luck is going to run out. So, now I am wondering is it necessary to have an account with a bank in order to get rolls? Or is this becoming the new norm that banks are no longer supplying coin rolls to save costs? I am considering opening an account with this bank for roll hunting, but is it worth the hassle? Is it worth the effort to try other banks with whom I have no affiliation? Or should I or can I place an order for rolls and pay a fee? I would greatly appreciate your thoughts.