Found: Inexpensive Play Money

Found: Inexpensive Play Money

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Sarah Rae Smith
Oct 16, 2009

Back in the day, we spent our 9-5 hours behind the counter at our local bank. One of our favorite things to peruse while taking lunch was the banking supply catalogs (we didn't get out much ok?). We didn't have much need for most of it, but you can find super inexpensive play money for your play rooms!

Although the focus of this post is based on the money side of things, there are other cool things to be found. You might judge us if we told you what we thought was entertaining (like those cool plastic tubes found in the drive thru that shoot through air to the inside teller!) but it's well worth your time if you're interested in picking up a few other supplies to let your kids play "bank."

Prices range between $2-$37 (for a whole set), which at that price, isn't the end of the world if a few of them end up between your couch cushions or under the bed.

Items Pictured Above Are Listed Below, Left To Right
Play Money Kit: for $37.99 contains 500 individual bills and 400 pieces of coin + tray.
Quarters: $3.49/100 pieces. Nickels, Pennies and Dimes are also available for the same price.
$50 bills: $2.49/100. A pack of 100 -$100 bills is also available at the same price.
$1 bills: for $3.09/100. Other packs of small bills ($5, $10, $20) are also listed at the same price.

(Images: Bank Supplies)

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