New £10 note

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Re: New £10 note

Postby expressman33 » Wed Feb 28, 2018 5:55 pm

Last day tomorrow :(

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Re: New £10 note

Postby macliam » Wed Feb 28, 2018 6:13 pm

expressman33 wrote:Last day tomorrow :(

Yes, from then on it's bank of toytown only. :(

Absolutely hate this plastic currency. With all the technology at their disposal, you would not have thought it was beyond them to come up with something better - the notes don't even fold for goodness sake!

Tacit nod in the direction of the cashless economy methinks.
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Re: New £10 note

Postby expressman33 » Mon Mar 05, 2018 6:16 pm

Frozen foods retailer Iceland said it will continue to accept payment in the paper £10 notes until the close of business on Easter Monday, which falls on April 2.

Aldi said it will accept payments in old paper £10 notes until Good Friday (March 30), while Morrisons shoppers can use their old tenners until March 16 – two weeks after the Royal Mint's deadline.


https://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/latest ... ost-Office

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Re: New £10 note

Postby William Joseph1 » Mon Mar 05, 2018 6:56 pm

expressman33 wrote:Frozen foods retailer Iceland said it will continue to accept payment in the paper £10 notes until the close of business on Easter Monday, which falls on April 2.

Aldi said it will accept payments in old paper £10 notes until Good Friday (March 30), while Morrisons shoppers can use their old tenners until March 16 – two weeks after the Royal Mint's deadline.


https://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/latest ... ost-Office
And banks and the post office will continue to accept them indefinitely at the moment. They are and always will be able to be exchanged by post or in person at the Bank of England. Banks are still accepting two shilling (10p pieces). As well as amongst other old currency the old paper £5 note, both big and small if you remember the bigger one.

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