Huge Coinstar Haul

Clad2Silver

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Jul 17, 2018
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Metal Detecting
I checked the Coinstar at the local supermarket on the way home from lunch and it was full of coins. The total was $5.08 in US clad plus a Canadian nickel.
 

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Clad2Silver

Clad2Silver

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Jul 17, 2018
1,943
5,336
Eastern Connecticut
Detector(s) used
Garrett AT Max/ Garrett AT Pro/ Garrett Ace 400/ Garrett Pro Pointer 2 / Garrett Z-Lynk AT Propointer
Primary Interest:
Metal Detecting
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Congratulations! Every time I check the local CoinStar bin it is empty!
It's empty more times than there's anything in it......
 

Radon

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Excal 1000, Nox 800
I'd check there again soon, because it seems that machine is rejecting perfectly good coins! Usually the ones I find are sticky or dirty or damaged, so I understand why they were rejected.
 
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Clad2Silver

Clad2Silver

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Jul 17, 2018
1,943
5,336
Eastern Connecticut
Detector(s) used
Garrett AT Max/ Garrett AT Pro/ Garrett Ace 400/ Garrett Pro Pointer 2 / Garrett Z-Lynk AT Propointer
Primary Interest:
Metal Detecting
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I'd check there again soon, because it seems that machine is rejecting perfectly good coins! Usually the ones I find are sticky or dirty or damaged, so I understand why they were rejected.
I check this one and a few others 3-4 times per week. My part time job gets me into Walmart and other supermarkets four days a week.
 

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