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Where can I exchange Fils coins for Dinar notes?

asked Jul 27, 2017 in Personal by anonymous
I have lots of coins in 5, 10, 20, 50 & 100 fils that have accumulated over the years.
Is there a place that has machines that can count them and give me dinar notes in exchange?
Bank is not an option though as they don't have a machine to count high number of coins.
Thank you.

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6 Answers

answered Jul 27, 2017 by anonymous
I normally deposit coins to my bank account.

I visit NBK headquarters and then go to a special counter in the basement. Not sure if you can ask for exchange though.
answered Jul 27, 2017 by aleemp (700 points)
I think Co-Ops or small super markets usually take them.

If you live in Salmiya, Edee store takes them happily.
answered Jul 27, 2017 by Kevin
Take it to your local Co-op. No need to count, just segregate them into bags of 5, 10, 20, 50, 100 fills coins. They will calculate on the weight and pay you accordingly.
answered Jul 28, 2017 by anonymous
Banks have the machines that count coins, its only available at their head offices. So go to the head office of your bank and you should be able to deposit the coins into your account.
answered Jul 30, 2017 by Riba (1,580 points)
answered Aug 2, 2017 by anonymous
Kaifan Co Op Supermarket
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