I always carry cash, but pay with eftpos for most purchases over say $50.
Always keep a few dollars worth of coins too, but chuck out (into a savings jar) the annoyingly big 50 cent pieces as soon as I get home.
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Always carry cash with me, not much but enough.
As for the coppers, save them for kids. They use the 2p machines when we go to seaside or just buy sweets with the pennies. Simples.
Rarely. Friends give odds between themselves on whether I'll have cash or pay with a card when we do ****.
In Oz, I rarely used cash as even fav bar allowed me to run a tab and I simply carded it at end of session
Eftpos everywhere also made it easy
Dubai is totally different
Being one step removed from the 3rd world, lots of places outside the malls dont have card facilities so always have cash on me
paid for my desktop in cash the other day. felt like a boss.
Pretty much always use cash, just because it's quicker at the counter. I always feel like a **** using a card if there's a queue of people behind me.
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Originally Posted by Jeffrey Tucker
Rarely.. I always lose it on night's out and for everything else its just easier to use a card.
As mentioned earlier, it's definitely better for non food and beverage related things. Society just needs to start seeing it as acceptable to pay for something that costs $4.50 with a card.
Usually a card.
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Always have cash on me. Hate not having cash on me.
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Carry cash every time. I guess in India you have too, more than in Britain etc.. plus it's more convenient anyways for me.
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