Coin-counting machines allow you to exchange your spare change for paper money. You can find these machines at various banks and credit unions — and some of them are even free to use.
Below, we have the comprehensive list of banks and credit unions that offer coin-counting machines.
We compiled this list by contacting customer service representatives at branch locations.
Note that most national banks don’t have coin-counting machines but will allow you to deposit rolled coins into an account.
Coin-counting machines may only be available at select locations of each of these businesses, so it’s best to call your nearest branch before visiting. Follow the link provided in the table to find a location nearby.
Other Ways to Empty Your Coin Jar
You’ve probably spotted a green Coinstar machine in your local supermarket or big-box chain. For a fee of about 25 cents per transaction and 12% of the coin amount, these machines will count your coins and print a voucher, which you can bring to a cashier or customer service desk to redeem for cash.
Fees can vary depending on location. For an idea of what this service may cost, 12% is $6 for every $50 in coins exchanged.
You can avoid paying the fee if you redeem your coins as an e-gift card instead of cash, or opt to donate the money to a charity. eGift cards and donations are not available at all kiosks.
To find out which banks will roll your coins, where to find Coinstar machines, and a few other tricks for emptying your coin jar, see our list of more than 50 places that count coins.