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  # 1298779 6-May-2015 07:42
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So here we are, about six weeks after release, and I still haven't seen any of these. I ended up ordering a roll last week but it's on backorder until the 18th - that seems to imply that they're being released in batches instead of all at once. I plan to keep one or two as a memento and to spend the others, so hopefully that'll mean that 18 more people get to see them!

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Haven't seen one, do not expect to see one :-)

 
 
 
 




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I've not come across one in the wild yet either, but I did hear they were being given in change over the counter at Post Shops. But maybe there were not that many this was happening with.

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  # 1298862 6-May-2015 10:05
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Ive only seen the ones that I bought.

But then again, I hardly ever use cash now that I dont have a day job that takes me near ATMs.




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  # 1298879 6-May-2015 10:30
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I will admit to using more cash than usual in the hope of seeing one!

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  # 1299660 7-May-2015 09:04
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I have been to Kiwibank/Post Shop twice in Lower Hutt in the last month buying stamps and both times I got a new 50c Anzac coin as change.

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Mine arrived today :)

Edit: And for some reason they're appearing sideways in the page despite being the right way up when opened individually.




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