Friday, October 18, 2013

Turn your Coins into iTunes with Coinstar! #Coins2Tunes

 So since the seasons are changing this means for us, it is time for some fall cleaning. Time to move the couch and clean under the chairs and just about clean everything! The best part about cleaning for me is finding all the hidden loose change that seems to have fallen in every crevice of the couch, the chairs and even my bed! How does all of this change fall out of our pockets, and how do we not notice all of this change until we clean? A quarter here a quarter there, it really adds up! We keep all of the change that we find in a large jar, and believe me that jar is getting pretty full!  So what can we do now with all of our change? 

Well we would like to spend it of course, but spending change is a hassle! No one wants to jingle down the street with a ton of change in their pockets! That is why we love Coinstar, there is a Coinstar in nearly every supermarket we shop in and it is so convenient for us. To be able to trade in our coins for gift cards makes us want to clean and collect as many coins as we can! Now we are planning to cash out on some itunes! We are always looking to add to new music, to our music library especially when we travel.  So itunes are a cool way to use our excess change! What would you use your change on when you cash out at Coinstar? 
Turn your Coins Into Tunes! You probably already use Coinstar kiosks at your grocery store to cash in your leftover change, but now it’s gotten even more fun! Bring your coins to the Coinstar kiosk, select an iTunes eGift Card, pour that jar of coins in and get your eCertificate for an iTunes card.
Yep, you heard me right, NO FEES on the transaction at all. You get an eCertificate for an iTunes eGift card right there on the spot.

Not an iTunes fan? No worries, you can get great eGift cards from favorites like Nike, Gap, Toys “R” Us, Sears, Old Navy, Lowe’s and more! Pretty cool huh? Find a Coinstar Kiosk near you and drag that gallon of pennies down there right now. You’d be surprised how much they’re worth. 

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1 comment:

Kimberly said...

I have used the Coinstar before

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