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Where do you still pay with cash?

Discussion in 'The lounge – Anything goes' started by $miley, Nov 26, 2015.

  1. $miley

    $miley New Member

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    Nov 25, 2015
    I was wondering, how many of you guys still prefer cash to credit / charge / debit cards?
    I still pay in cash when I buy fast food on the street, for instance. But when I enter a store, regardless if it's a grocery store, clothing or toy store, I always swipe the card. I don't like carrying too much cash around.
    What about you? :)
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  2. Dingo

    Dingo New Member

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    This is an interesting question! I've never even thought about it until now!
    So, when I buy groceries &stuff, I use my CC. Gas, clothes, eating out and whatnot, also use my CC.
    Hmm... I guess I only pay cash when I buy little things, like, for instance, I pay with cash when I buy a magazine, from the newsstand. SO, yeah, cash for little things, credit card for the big spending.
  3. Kabazzi

    Kabazzi Guest

    A month or two back, I needed something to drink, and passed a juice bar between the subway and my destination, so I went it. A juice and a snack was less than $10, which was fine, but the establishment didn’t take cash. No problem; I have a wallet full of plastic, but I was pissed.

    I pay cash whenever I can, particularly for small purchases. Using a debit card means that I need to carefully balance my account when I get home, sometimes for small amounts that are hardly worth the effort to track. Using my credit cards for anything other than online purchases or larger purchases is similarly displeasing; I’m trying to decrease, not increase, my debt load.

    Generally, I know how much money I have to spend in a week, and I far prefer taking that amount of cash and paying for things in cash.

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