Re-Roll or coin counter?

Discussion in 'Coin Roll Hunting' started by asuphiphi, May 31, 2020.

  1. asuphiphi

    asuphiphi Active Member

    Hey guys,
    I've been CRH for years. I've always re rolled my coins with free sleeves from the banks but lately, I've been ordering so many rolls I was thinking maybe I should find a bank/credit union with a coin counter with no fees. No thank you coinstar, I'd rather have cash. Does anyone know any branches that still have coin counters? I'm in Arizona.
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  3. Beardigger

    Beardigger Well-Known Member

    I don't know of any in your area, but I found my bank with a coin counter online. They usually have them listed under "services" I have used Coinstar, but always opt for the "gift Card" so no fees deducted. Our coinstars include Home Depot and Starbucks gift card options, plus about 5 others I don't remember. Ican spend enough at home depot to make it worthwhile ( and keep the charges off my CC.)
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  4. asuphiphi

    asuphiphi Active Member

    I've done a lot of Googling but need to start making phone calls to see around my area. Which brand of banks did you find that had a coin counter? I play the credit card game so charges on my CC is good for me.
  5. Beardigger

    Beardigger Well-Known Member

    I did a quick google search of Arizona banks and did not find any that offer a coin machine.
    The one I found around here is at Center State Bank in Florida. Don't know if you may have them in AZ.
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  6. asuphiphi

    asuphiphi Active Member

    Yeah that's pretty much were I'm at with my search. Maybe US Bank actual branches according to some websites but we'll have to see Monday.
  7. Kevin Mader

    Kevin Mader Fellow Coin Enthusiast

    Coin wrappers are dirt cheap online, just in case you have to go that route. I never felt right about taking the free wrappers. A fraction of a cent when purchased in bulk.
  8. Collecting Nut

    Collecting Nut Borderline Hoarder

    None of the banks in my area have coin counting machines. You do it by hand or use a coin star.
  9. bditto39

    bditto39 Active Member

    Try credit unions. They sometimes have better services. Mine has coin counters at every branch.
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  10. tmeyer

    tmeyer Az Territory

    One AZ Credit Union has coinstars.
  11. harley bissell

    harley bissell Well-Known Member

    Ask your bank who rolls their coins for them. There is usually one bank in each town that does that.
  12. Mr.Q

    Mr.Q Active Member

    Most banks have a coin counter but you must have an account with them to utilize it. also, most credit unions have one. Good luck
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  14. Bill Dong

    Bill Dong New Member

    Try the Indian Casinos.
  15. asuphiphi

    asuphiphi Active Member

    I just ask for a handful of mixed wrappers every time I'm at a bank so it adds up.
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  16. asuphiphi

    asuphiphi Active Member

    Yeah I use by hand method. But some days man....
  17. asuphiphi

    asuphiphi Active Member

    I'd like to avoid fees
  18. asuphiphi

    asuphiphi Active Member

    They get it from LOOMIS so third party
  19. asuphiphi

    asuphiphi Active Member

    Living in a big city I haven't seen any counters in a long long time. I have accounts with most major banks and haven't seen anything but coin stars in my city
  20. asuphiphi

    asuphiphi Active Member

    Kind of far from me. Lol
  21. asuphiphi

    asuphiphi Active Member

    I actually looked into it. Closest one isn't worth the gas to and from unfortunately.
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