- What kind of gift cards does the kiosk take?
- Can Coinstar take gift cards?
- Does Coinstar offer Walmart gift cards?
- Does Coinstar still offer Amazon gift cards?
- How much will Coinstar give me for my gift card?
- Where can I cash out my gift card?
- How do I transfer a gift card to my bank account?
- What gift cards do Coinstar offer?
- Where can you cash in coins for free?
- What happens if you don’t take your money from a cash machine?
- How do I transfer a gift card to PayPal?
- Can you exchange a gift card for cash at Walmart?
What kind of gift cards does the kiosk take?
You can only exchange gift cards that are redeemable at the retailer listed on the card (ex. AMC Theatres, Best Buy, Gap, etc.). The Cardpool Kiosk does not accept prepaid gift cards with network logos (ex. VISA, MasterCard, Discover, etc.).
Can Coinstar take gift cards?
Coinstar Exchange accepts gift cards from more than 150 stores and restaurants, and you can review the List of Accepted Gift Cards, which is updated on a regular basis. You can sell more than 1 gift card at a time, and the kiosks are located in grocery stores where you already shop.
Does Coinstar offer Walmart gift cards?
How Coinstar works. When you arrive at a Coinstar kiosk in Walmart, you need to choose what option you want for getting paid. Your options include cash, eGift card or donating to charity.
Does Coinstar still offer Amazon gift cards?
Coinstar Amazon Gift Cards. When you cash in at a Coinstar® kiosk for an Amazon.com Gift Card* eCertificate** there’s NO FEE! That means you get to spend every penny on whatever you like. Amazon.com Gift Cards never expire and can be redeemed for millions of items.
How much will Coinstar give me for my gift card?
Coinstar Exchange kiosks—not to be confused with regular Coinstar kiosks—scan your unused gift cards with at least a $20 balance on them and make you an “offer.” The offer is typically 60-85% of the balance remaining on your gift card.
Where can I cash out my gift card?
The fastest way to get cash for a gift card is to sell your card at a Gift Card Exchange kiosk—the yellow one. Gift Card kiosks (formerly owned by Coinstar) look like the green kiosk that sounds like a slot machine when people pour coins into the hopper. That’s not the machine you need.
How do I transfer a gift card to my bank account?
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What gift cards do Coinstar offer?
UPDATE: Coinstar has reinstated some e-cards back into the mix. This is the updated list.
|Retailer||Gift Card Limits|
|IHOP||Minimum amount: $5.00. Maximum amount: $200.|
|iTunes||Minimum amount: $5.00. Maximum amount: $500.00.|
|Lowe’s||Minimum amount: $5.00. Maximum amount: $1,000.00.|
|Nike||Minimum amount: $5.00. Maximum amount: $500.00.|
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Where can you cash in coins for free?
That said, these institutions do offer free coin counting and cash exchanges with some qualifiers:
- U.S. Bank (no rolls, but customers only)
- Bank of America (requires coin rolls)
- Citibank (requires coin rolls, and may charge fees in some states)
- Chase (requires coin rolls)
- Credit Unions (requirements vary)
What happens if you don’t take your money from a cash machine?
When a customer forgets or is too slow to take money issued by a cash machine, it is “sucked” back into the dispenser. Most banks then automatically refund the money to the customer. However, some banks have followed a policy of ‘manual’ reclaiming.
How do I transfer a gift card to PayPal?
Enter your gift card number and PIN, and click Connect with PayPal.
If you’d like to trade in your unwanted gift card, here’s how:
- Go to CardCash.
- Enter the merchant’s name and the balance amount on your gift card, and click GET OFFER.
- To add another gift card, just enter the information below and click
Can you exchange a gift card for cash at Walmart?
The cards Walmart collects will be re-sold on CardCash.com, a large online gift card exchange. The site is one of several of a similar nature that see a ton of business after the holidays as consumers dump their unwanted cards for cash or swaps. It competes with sites like Cardhub, Cardpool, Coinstar and more.