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onenickelmiracle
onenickelmiracle
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September 4th, 2020 at 12:01:15 AM permalink
Quote: darkoz

I'm not wrong.

You are going to suggest the cashier combines multiple tickets so that ten tickets under a dollar are cashed out for a few paper dollars and some loose change thereby eliminating some of the coinage.

But that's assuming people are waiting and saving up their coin receipts.

I'm talking about normal circumstances where everyone cashes whatever coin voucher they are left with after gambling.

If everyone went to the cashier with their single change voucher the casino would have to have the coins to pay out same as the redemption machines

People aren't idiots to wait minutes to break even. The line would be outrageous if people waited for the change from 1 ticket. I suppose if it got really bad, the cashiers could round every person's tickets to the nearest dollar.
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darkoz
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onenickelmiracle
September 4th, 2020 at 2:13:37 AM permalink
Quote: onenickelmiracle

People aren't idiots to wait minutes to break even. The line would be outrageous if people waited for the change from 1 ticket. I suppose if it got really bad, the cashiers could round every person's tickets to the nearest dollar.



Agreed.

But that was my original point.

The casino is using the fact people won't wait on the line to pocket the money themselves but they must actually have all that change at the cashier as they cannot be certain how many people will wait.

I truly hope if they did run out of change they would round up to the nearest dollar but my experience with casinos is they penny pinch. More likely they would give you another receipt for a cash credit upon your next visit lol
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Viper21
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September 4th, 2020 at 3:44:36 AM permalink
I had a casino that printed out a voucher for the remaining change and it literally said to come back on a later date in order to redeem the coins.
Mission146
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September 4th, 2020 at 4:48:47 AM permalink
Quote: darkoz

That's new York as well.

(And no I am not on food stamps. There are signs at every store that serves prepared food and accepts benefits)



This was true in West Virginia when I worked at a grocery store, of course, that was over fifteen years ago.
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