Ever gotten a $2 bill in change at the store?
By Lena Kovadlo
Staten Island, New York
January 30, 2018 6:34pm CST
Recently, my husband went to get something at the grocery store. He gave the guy $10 and expected to get $3 back. He should have gotten three bills. The guy gave him only two. How could that be? My husband told him that he made a mistake and only gave him $2. The guy said that he gave him $3. How was that possible with only two bills? Turned out one of them was a $2 bill. I wonder if that $2 is real or counterfeit? I have never gotten a $2 bill in change at the store in my entire life... Didn't even know they still existed.
12 people like this
• Staten Island, New York
The $2 existed before and it still exists. All the $2 bills my husband has say 2003 or 2009 on them. One actually says 2013. I am not really sure if a lot of them are in circulation but they can still be used if you have them.
• Midland, Michigan
I'm sure no one would take the time to counterfeit a small bill. I'm a cashier and I will see two dollar bills here and there but i don't give them out. I figure the bank can deal with them, Maybe that cashier had limited bills in his drawer and had no choice. Probably your husband could have asked for ones instead.
• Northampton, England
What is a $2 Dollar Bill worth? Typically the $2 bill is worth its face value. Special $2 bills have been made in recent years, however they are not worth anything more than face value on the collectors market and most current $2 bills are not worth much more than their face value.