On Friday, I pre-ordered a Coin. Coin is a new, high tech card that helps on the quest to have an organized wallet and a minimalist wallet.
Coin is a new card that can take the place of up to eight cards in your wallet. Those can be credit cards, debit cards, loyalty cards, or any other card with a barcode. As long as it doesn’t require an EMV security chip, it works with Coin.
Don’t quite get it? Here’s a video that explains everything for you.
I Got a Coin
Coin is planned to start shipping over the summer for $100 each, but if you buy one now it is only $50. I got mine, and want to share the savings with all of you.
If you buy one through my link, I get $5 off, so if you are going to, I would appreciate the love.
Your Favorite Skinny Wallet Tips?
What are your best tips to keep a thin wallet? Please share your best tips in the comments.
4 thoughts on “Keep a Thin Wallet: Convert 8 Cards into One With Coin”
Interesting technology! What about Costco-Amex Card where it has my picture in it? Can the coin replace that card? I doubt it though.
It will work for the Amex features, where you can use it for spending anywhere. But the Coin won’t have your picture on it.
That is pretty neat, I only have one card that I use regularly, the other gather dust in the closet for an emergency, so my wallet is pretty skinny. I keep small bills though because no one has change around here and they take hours going to the next shop to break a big bill.
I hardly ever use cash anymore. The last time I had trouble getting change was in Germany. I was stuck in an airport without any way to get a train ticket or break my 20 Euro note. It was super frustrating.
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