Kroger Money Services opening hours Opening and closing times for Kroger stores are usually 8am to 8pm, seven days a week. This means you can manage your money at a time that’s suitable for you. Operating hours can change by store and with the holidays so make sure you check before visiting.
Does Smiths have a coin machine?
cash), and through our upgraded technology, we can now load coin change to their loyalty card for use during the next shopping trip, provide coin change at a lane with coins available or round up their order to support The Kroger Co.
How much does Coinstar charge at Smiths?
We have more than 20 stores and restaurants to choose from. If you decide to turn your coins in for cash, there is an 11.9% coin processing fee.
Can you track a money order from Kroger?
When you purchase a money order, you’ll receive a receipt or stub. It can also be used to track your money order status, either online or over the phone.
Is Kroger cashing stimulus checks?
To support the community and make cashing your government stimulus check quick, safe and easy, we are offering zero fees to cash your stimulus check at all Kroger Family of Stores. Simply turn up with: Your stimulus check. Valid ID.
Is Coinstar free at Walmart?
Yes, Walmart does have Coinstar Kiosks in most of their stores which can be found toward the front of the store next to the checkout counters. When using a Coinstar Kiosk at Walmart, customers will be charged an 11.9% fee which can be avoided when selecting the “free gift card” option.
How do I avoid Coinstar fees?
To avoid the Coinstar fee, there are two ways to cash your coins for free. First, you can sort and fill your own rolls of coins and take them to your bank to deposit or exchange for cash. Depending on how much change you have, the process might be time-consuming, but at least you’ll save money.
Do banks accept rolled coins?
Most credit unions and bank accounts accept rolled coins and will credit a deposit equal to the same amount. Rolled coins are easier to transport and count because they are already separated. Take advantage of your bursting piggy bank or coin jar by sorting your change.
Does Coinstar waive fee?
Coinstar will waive the fee (which amounts to $4 if you were sitting on the average Coinstar cash-in value of $47) if you opt for a gift card to a large retailer like Amazon, Lowe’s, or Krispy Kreme (cashing in for a tower of donuts makes you a freaking hero in my book).
How long can you keep a money order?
After 1-3 years, Western Union will charge a fee against the value of the money order. If this goes on long enough, the money order will be worthless. U.S.P.S. money orders do not expire and retain their value indefinitely.
Can a money order be Cancelled?
Can you cancel a money order? You can cancel a money order that hasn’t been cashed. (If it’s already been cashed, skip ahead.) If you’re not sure about your money order’s status, you can track it by calling the issuer’s customer service number or using the tracking feature on its website.
Does Food 4 Less do money orders?
They can assist you with making a payment and resolving the issue. Do you sell money orders or offer other money services? Yes.
Can a stimulus check be signed over to someone else?
One of your options is to sign the check over to someone else. Because the check is currently payable to you, you’ll need to ensure that the third party and their bank can accept a signed-over check, also known as a “third-party check,” and endorse the check by signing the back of it.
Can I deposit someone else’s stimulus check into my account?
The bank will not accept deposits to an account in someone else’s name. They send it back and then the IRS mails a check to the address on your last tax return—which delays your money for several weeks. Get your own account.
Can I cash my stimulus check at Smiths?
Available at Smith’s Money Services Pay a visit to Smith’s Money Services, where you can cash a check, buy a money order, pay bills and send or pick up money.
How do you get rid of pennies?
If you don’t want your pennies, your bank will take them. Count them out, roll them in coin wrappers (ask your bank if they can give you some for free), and deposit them into your account. There are a few banks that will count coins for free and exchange them for bills so you can walk away with cold, hard cash.