The majority of the branches of TCF Bank, TD Bank, U.S. Bank, and Wells Fargo have self-service change-counting machines. Despite not having any self-service change counters, Bank of America nevertheless provides coin counting services to its clients. Users receive receipts from self-service change-counting devices, which they can cash out or deposit at the teller window.
Customers of most banks can use change-counting devices for free. The costs associated with utilising the devices can be high for non-account holders. For instance, TD Bank charges non-account holders a 6 percent fee to use their change-counting machines. Customers can find out which branches have change-counting devices by visiting the websites of most major banks.
A convenient substitute for having your coins counted at a bank are the Coinstar devices found in many grocery stores. A fee of 9% of all coins counted is charged by Coinstar. If the consumer chooses a gift card from the shop where the machine is placed, the cost may occasionally be waived.
In recent years, there have been fewer banks with self-service coin counters as consumer demand has decreased as a result of a greater reliance on debit and credit cards. The machines continue to provide customers with a variety of advantages, including ease in depositing spare change.