#Coins2Tunes Turning your coins into an iTunes Gift Card and giveaway – ends 10/30

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#sponsored Ever since I could remember I have always saved my change, even as a teenager. My change has always came in handy. I was pretty much on my own at age 15 and always had at least two jobs, so when I saved my change for a rainy day or even an emergency fund, it always came in handy. I might have needed food or to put gas in my car and didn’t have enough in my paycheck that week. Saving change was a life saver for me at that point in my life as it helped me through some really rough times. I remember when I first used Coinstar, it sure beat rolling up all those pennies, nickles, dimes, and quarters. It saves time too. Now that I’m older, married, and with two kids, I encourage them to save our change and put it in their piggy banks. They don’t have to save it forever, I just want them to know saving a little bit of change here and there can get you something in the end. Just the other day I sat down with my 5 year old and we counted out all her change she had saved up and she had over $50, just in change that we have saved over the years. That obviously didn’t include my other daughter’s change, but I know she felt so accomplished with just that $50 worth of change, and of course proud. I’m not sure when I will let her cash it in, but I know we will definitely go to a Coinstar machine!

Turn your Coins Into Tunes! You probably already use Coinstar kiosks at your grocery store to cash in your leftover change, but now it’s gotten even more fun! Bring your coins to the Coinstar kiosk, select an iTunes eGift Card, pour that jar of coins in and get your eCertificate for an iTunes card. Yep, you heard me right, NO FEES on the transaction at all. You get an eCertificate for an iTunes eGift card right there on the spot. Not an iTunes fan? No worries, you can get great eGift cards from favorites like Nike, Gap, Toys “R” Us, Sears, Old Navy, Lowe’s and more! Pretty cool huh? Find a Coinstar Kiosk near you and drag that gallon of pennies down there right now. You’d be surprised how much they’re worth.

Now just to get you in the mood we’re offering you a chance to win a $50 iTunes card! All you have to do is take a guess at the dollar value of the coins in this image. You’ll be entered to win one of 2 $50 iTunes cards. All winners who are within 10 cents of the real dollar value will be entered to win. (If there are multiple correct answers we will draw the winners at random). Don’t want to guess? That’s OK, you can still be entered to win a $25 iTunes Card to be drawn at random from all the entries! It’s easy. What are you waiting for?

Now for the giveaway!
This giveaway is ran directly by the sponsor, NOT by Everything Mommyhood.
Any information you give will be collected by the sponsor.
Giveaway ends 10/30/2013.

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Disclosure: Everything Mommyhood was compensated for this post. All opinions are 100% my own and were not influenced in any way. Everything Mommyhood is not responsible for any information given over the entry form, or sponsor prize shipment. Everything Mommyhood is just helping to promote this giveaway. Everything Mommyhood is not responsible for prize fulfillment. Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google, and any other social media are not affiliated with this giveaway. This disclosure is done in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission 10 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.


  1. Carolyn Colley says:

    I have not used the Coinstar Kiosk before.

  2. Chelsea d says:

    Yes I have used a coinstar before and I bought a desk with the money.

  3. Shelley Beachy says:

    I have not used a Coinstar Kiosk before.

  4. stephland3 says:

    I have never used one before

  5. I have used one.

  6. Suzy Hoekendorf says:

    I have never used a coinstar kiosk – but if we ever save up enough change (we usually cash it in before it’s that much) I would definitely consider it, especially with the new e-gift card options!

  7. Tammy Scates says:

    Yes, I have used coinstar kiosk

  8. Gabriel Rossi says:

    I have never used Coinstar Kiosk, but I would like 😉

  9. Sherry Compton says:

    I’ve never used one…interesting.

  10. Asimina kaminis says:

    I have used coin star before, it was very simple

  11. I have never used one but I see it in our Kroger.

  12. never used one but i should

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