Coinstar Coin Counting Machines $10 Grocery Store Bonus Offer

Coinstar coin counting machines are currently offering a $10 bonus at participating grocery stores including A&P, Food Basics, Food Emporium, Pathmark, and Waldbaum’s when you exchange $40 or more in coins by March 20, 2014.

Just visit this Coinstar Promotional Page for more details about this offer.

You can get an extra $10 coupon off your next shopping trip when you count $40 or more in change at Coinstar machines in participating stores and choose cash voucher, no fee certificate, or charity as your redemption option.

Plus, you can exchange your coins fee-free for gift certificates to leading stores.

About Coinstar

Coinstar change counting machines can be found at Mega Mart and Walmart stores as well as other major supermarkets.

You can exchange your coins for free when you when you load the value of your change into an eCertificate for leading merchants including Amazon.com, Borders, CVS, JCPenny, Lowe’s, and other stores.

Find out how to get a $10 Coinstar Bonus Offer when you change in $40 worth of coins for a free store gift certificate.

Coinstar Promotional Details

The $10 coupon will print with your Coinstar receipt and is redeemable March 7th thru April 3, 2014, at any A&P, Pathmark, Waldbaum’s, Food Emporium, or Food Basics store.

No cash back is allowed.

There is a limit of 1 coupon per order.

The $10 coupon will print on any Coinstar product you choose.

Take advantage of this Coinstar promotional offer to get an extra $10 bonus gift certificate when you exchange your coins at Coinstar.

Check out these additional Free Product Offers for more bonus promotions.

Exchange your change at Coinstar today to get this $10 Coinstar grocery shopping bonus.

Comments

  1. says

    The coinstar machine screen I went to showed the offer of the $10 gift card by mail when you convert at least $40 so I assumed it was a participating coinstar center. There was no official claim form on the bottom of my receipt. My cash value was $41.06. There was no other information about this on the machine. When I look up participating machines the store I was at is listed.

  2. says

    Hello Kathy,

    Sorry to hear about your issue.

    The one thing you didn’t mention is if you converted your coins into a gift card or eCertificate, which is one of the requirements to qualify for this promotion.

    If you did do that, then I’d probably contact the Coinstar company, and since you have your receipt, they should be able to explain or resolve the issue.

    Hope this helps and I wish you had a better experience, but if it’s an error, there should be a way to correct it.

    Thanks, please follow up on how things go, we appreciate your comments and would love to hear from anybody else who has attempted to qualify for this promotion.

    Good luck to you, Max

  3. Jerry says

    I took exactly $40 in bank-counted quarters to a Coinstar machine in order to get the $10 bonus card. The machine read only $39. I reported this to Coinstar which said they would do an audit when the machine was picked up and if there was an overage, they would refund my money. They also called the store which cleaned out some filter and found 90 cents which they gave me.

    After the audit (I hadn’t reported the 90 cent windfall) it was determined I couldn’t get the amount I was shorted because the machine was short what it should have been. 10 cent loss for me. I can live with that. What bothers me is that had I not followed up, Coinstar would have made a 2.5% commission on what was to be a no fee transaction (I opted for a gift card). I disclosed to them that I did receive most of the difference and simply was following up so I could evaluate the customer service policy. They failed. For a dime, they could have engendered goodwill. Now I can’t trust them.

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