Coin counting machines have become a convenience to those with large collections of loose change. Gone are the days when you had to manually fill paper coin envelopes with a set number of pennies, nickels, dimes or quarters. To find a coin counting machine, you have a number of options. There are machines at retail locations, banks and casinos throughout the area.
ZY Tech is one of the largest coin counting companies with more than 18,000 units in operation at retail locations. Use the location finder on the company's website to find a machine.
Check with local banks. Many banks allow you to make coin deposits. Simply bring in your coins and the teller will use the bank's own counting machine to do the work for you. Some banks will do this for free if you have an account there while others might charge a small fee. Check with your own bankfor details.
Go to a casino. All casinos have some type of coin slots. You can take your coins to the cashier and have them exchanged for cash. There are many casinos throughout Los Angeles including Commerce Casino, Bicycle Casino, Hollywood Park Casino, Hawaiian Gardens Casino and Hustler Casino. For other casino locations, use the list provided by 500 Nations (see Resources).
All of our coin counting machines are in the process of being taken out of service, and will be evaluated and retested," Our machines will be brought back into service when we are satisfied they meet our performance requirements. Additionally, we will be enhancing the routine maintenance and testing of our machines."