Tokens can be used for almost any application - whether it's a coin operated business (like a car wash, Laundromat or family entertainment center) using them in place of quarters, a zoo helping to save the planet one token at a time or a brewery reviving a tradition that dates back to the 1800's.
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The lack of coins in the market place is causing coin-op companies to change their business models.
Currently, due to Covid-19, The Federal Reserve has announced that there will be US coin shortages for the foreseeable future (https://www.frbservices.org/news/communications/061120-strategic-allocation-of-coin-inventories.html).
Cincinnati, OH –Using tokens rather than quarters to activate start cycles or extend-time at Laundromats eliminates theft and vandalism, especially in unattended areas where these problems are most prevalent. Often the repairs required to replace faceplates and coin mechanisms when thieves break into coin boxes far exceed the value of the cash loss.
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TOKENS BRING PRIZE STATION TO DENTIST — AND A SMILE TO ALL
TOKENS, COINS, ROUNDS. AREN'T THEY ALL THE SAME?
Did you know there's a difference between tokens, coins and rounds? Surprisingly, there is, and it's not just semantics. While all 3 are round, 2 sided and made from metal, that's where the similarity stops.
New Token Designs Provide Promotional Opportunities, Added Profit for Pet-Related Venues
Cincinnati, OH – Escape Rooms are becoming increasingly popular across the country, and a Florida facility has found a way to reward customers for successfully solving their Pirate Themed Escape Room - gold doubloons! When patrons find the buried treasure – they get to take some home as a souvenir, reinforcing the theme, and building the brand. With a high perceived value, these “min-billboards” are kept rather than discarded, making them
Silver Dollar Fair Lives Up to Its Name
Ice Tokens Simplify Vending for Regular, Repeat Customers
Re-Valuing Tokens A Key To Success for
New designs available from Tokens Direct
Cincinnati, OH –Using tokens rather than quarters to activate start cycles or extend-time at Laundromats makes using washers and dryers simpler for customers. Valuing a single token at a high-value wash or dry cycle eliminates the fumbling with handfuls of quarters.
Owner/operators report that theft and vandalism, especially in unattended areas where these problems are most prevalent, are also reduced when tokens are used.
Are Tokens the Ticket to Successful Corn Maze Operations?
More than Just a “Thank You”—a Token of Appreciation