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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Jim, Mar 20, 2011.
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Ready for a road trip, $140.00 right now.
I'm on vacation. Got $110 left.
Depends on whether pcruiser (Mrs. mcruiser) has raided it!!! or depending. Usually withdraw $200 at a time and have as much as $240 cash. About $120 is typical.
I have no nillfold.
Cash? You don't earn points for spending cash. That said, I do have a couple of dollar coins in my pocket.
Right now 47.00 usd, 1000 JPY yen, 5.00 Canadian and 10 British pound note.
Was just at the store and noticed I had $25 left in cash.
They are not USD they are Euros.
I have one 20 Euros bill plus some coin Euros.
Generally not carrying much cash.
2 USD in my money clip.
4 Credit Cards
3 USD + credit cards.
*that's actually more cash than normal.
$10, surprisingly high for me. Usually the soda machine wins my cash so I avoid carrying any, and like a good MPer all other transactions should earn something.
At the moment $150 AUD, $300 USD and $6 SGD
SGD? Been to S'pore recently?
I have one USD in my wallet, a AS Visa,a SPG amex.
I only had a stopover in Singapore on my way to Lombok. It was the end of Jan.
At the moment $80 CAD
I love it when people call in S'pore.
Locals call it that too...the Straits Times had it all over
Don't know if that's part of the Singlish dictionary though.
About $51.00 AUD a $50.00 note plus a few coins.
about 30 EUR, some coins and a couple of cards...surprised to hear so many people carrying cash, particuarly in the US where everything can be paid with a card.
$4, which half will go for coffee, and the other half I will spend at the fragrance vending machine in the men's room.
Rarely more than $50 US.
$0 USD + credit cards. What is cash? Is it that green paper I see people with?