Convenient and Reliable
Coinstar® machines have provided a convenient and reliable coin-counting solution for more than 25 years. Consumers trust us to count their loose change quickly and accurately, and we strive to make sure they have the best coin-counting experience. We’ve completed one billion successful transactions since our first machine was installed in 1992, and our reputation is based on this success.
Coinstar helps retailers generate revenue and increase profits by offering their customers a hassle-free solution for a coin-changing service that they trust and recognise – right where they already shop.
With more than 21,000 machines worldwide, Coinstar machines are easy to find and use. Each year, Coinstar processes 43 billion coins, helping consumers turn their loose change into cash.
By focusing on convenience and dependability, Coinstar has become the leader in self-service coin counting.
INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY, PROVEN PLATFORM
Our continued success is the result of advanced innovative technology—Coinstar holds more than 110 patents—and a proven platform that undergoes rigorous testing to ensure machines are highly accurate and reliable.
Thanks to real-time monitoring and trained technicians that regularly service the machines, Coinstar machines feature exceptional uptime performance.
Turnkey Solution for Retailers
Research shows consumers make special trips to visit retailers with a self-service coin-counting solution,* and 79% of consumers who cash in a Coinstar voucher spend more than half the cash they received on in-store purchases.**
Because every machine is owned, maintained and serviced by Coinstar, there is no need for retailers to waste time – or money – managing or resolving any issues that may arise. Better yet, no investment is required to get started. There are no capital costs, no operating costs, no maintenance fees, and we have a dedicated customer service team available seven days a week to resolve any concerns.
* U.S. Study: Seurat Group, 2014
**U.S. Study: Field Agent Research, Outerwall, 2014