Is it practical to give larger bills when you are paying only in centavos?
March 19, 2013 2:03am CST
I am really a very practical person in terms of going out,that there are so many thing to do,so I tend to go shop some groceries or something for the house.When I pay with larger bills,I have to give some loose change so that the cashier would never have difficulty in producing coins for my change.Some people are not like that,as I have observed because they tend to give larger bills,when they only have to pay in centavos that the poor cashier have to count so many coins,just to give the exact amount to the buyer.The customer might just like to change her larger bills with smaller bills and coins.
• Pune, India
25 Mar 13
Hi, I use coins for small purchases and 100 or 1000 rupees notes for large amounts. I also always keep the change so that the cashier doesn't have difficulty. But sometimes I have difficulty in giving change. But I feel very sorry at that time for giving trouble to the cashier.
25 Mar 13
This is really my natural character to pay almost everything I buy with my loose change,because I do not wanted to give more trouble to the cashier finding any coins to change from my purchase.When I have no more coins,I have to pay them with my larger bills,that is why my favorite store would be happy when visit and shop at their store.
19 Mar 13
I sometimes collect my coins from other previous change from shopping in nearby stores,so I have to put it in a small plastic,so when I pay for some purchases, then I noticed they needed some coins,so I just say to them if they still needed some coins,that is the time I pay them in coins,and just add some more coins to make the exact amount.