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Free $10 at Coinstar® to help get more out of coins.

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Expires: 12/09/12

About this Deal

Shiny the Coinman here, with a great holiday tip: turn $40 into $50 with our biggest bonus of the year! Right now through Dec. 9, you'll get an EXTRA $10 on your iTunes, Dell or Old Navy eGift Card when you cash in $40 or more at participating kiosks.

So scoop up the jingle from your piggy bank, the cupholders in your car, and your cookie jar — you'll be surprised by just how much you have. And with many kiosks now accepting paper money, the green stuff in your wallet is fair game too. So go ahead and cash in $40 or more for Dell, iTunes or Old Navy and get your $10 bonus today. Make your shopping budget go farther this holiday season. Yippee for NO FEE holiday glee!
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Comments (15)

BigBossman
Nov 28, 2012
last time they had this amazon was on option :-(
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bethkay
Nov 28, 2012
Wish they were offering more gift cards like before. These three aren't ones I would use. Maybe they will add more...
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jdkcc
Nov 28, 2012
No Amazon yet?
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xptrish
Nov 28, 2012
That would be nice!
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MrBklynW
Nov 28, 2012
this is a great promo. time to cash in them coins=D
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dvinegrace83
Nov 27, 2012
SWEET! i can spend $50 at old navy in a single visit, NO PROBLEM! haha =)
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nimase85
Nov 27, 2012
This seems like a great deal from Coinstar if only I had that much change laying around but maybe my baby sister does since she is the recipient of all my change :)
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Christine
Nov 27, 2012
i always see these in the supermarket...and ive always wanted to use them! =)
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Dexterous
Nov 27, 2012
great idea here, nice find
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barandcar
Nov 27, 2012
Can I use Old Navy eGift card at Gap stores?
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mattsterman7
Nov 27, 2012
yeah
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MHT962
Nov 27, 2012
I've never used on of these machines. Is there a fee or % they charge? If so, how much is it? Thanks
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arsiel
Nov 27, 2012
There's no fee if you redeem your coins for a gift card that they offer (e.g. Amazon, iTunes, etc.)
There's a fee if you just want cash though.
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akaricke
Nov 27, 2012
I was wondering the same about a fee. Thanks Arsiel
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MHT962
Nov 27, 2012
Thanks, arsiel.
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