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ctrain

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Idk if I would I mean I have a couple some times its fun to play around with them in vending machines (MVMs LOL) But I have a really nice pressed one that looks good and I will not spend it but a couple wrinkly ones that I play with in vending machines;)

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I would'nt. You never know what it could be worth in the future. I would also just end up with big regrets. I received my two dollar bill in 2008 from a station booth person who gave it to me as change from a twenty dollar bill. Lucky me.

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$2 bills are not worth anything above their face value, there are very few versions of the $2 that are collecters items and are actully worth something. They still produce $2 bills from time to time and there are still plenty in circulation that you can obtion.

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They used to make bills in denominations of 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 500, 1K, 5K, and 10K. The 500, 1K, 5K, & 10K bills were used for bank to bank transactions and pretty soon they were eliminated by the invention of the computer & electronic banking. The $2 bill is still made to this day but in very very small amounts.

 

...I learned this on my own in history class when I wasn't paying attention to the teacher :P

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$2 bills are not worth anything above their face value, there are very few versions of the $2 that are collecters items and are actully worth something. They still produce $2 bills from time to time and there are still plenty in circulation that you can obtion.

 

You are one of very few people who actually knows the $2 bill is still in production! I tried to tell my brother this and he swore I was crazy!

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If you have a two dollar bill would you spend it?

 

I have one. (it's an old bill)

 

And HELL No. I would never spend it, just like I don't spend my $10 bill from 1969

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You are one of very few people who actually knows the $2 bill is still in production! I tried to tell my brother this and he swore I was crazy!

 

The most recent $2 printing run was 2003

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