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 List of When Businesses Will Stop Accepting old TT$100 Bills

List of When Businesses Will Stop Accepting old TT$100 Bills

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SOME businesses and organisations across Trinidad and Tobago have announced the last day that they will take the old cotton-based $100 bill.

The old bill will be demonetized as of December 31, 2019 and will be replaced by the new $100 polymer note which is already in circulation.

Below is the list of some organisations and the last dates they will be accepting the old $100 bill:

 

December 20

Law Association of Trinidad and Tobago

 

December 22

Tropical Express Couriers

 

December 23

KFC/Subway/Starbucks/TGI Friday’s/Pizza Hut

 

December 24

Better Deal Supermarket, Aranguez

Maritime Life (Caribbean) Limited/Maritime General Insurance Limited/Fidelity Finance and Leasing Company Limited

PAS Cargo/Lazzari and Sampson Ltd

Sun Delight Limited

Websource

 

December 26

Circuit Zone

Movie Towne

Sacha Cosmetics

 

December 27

Ashley Furniture Home Store

Cher Mere

Courts

Courts Optical

Excellent Stores

Food Giant Supermarket

Kappa Drugs

Lifestyle Motors

Lucky Dollar

Persad’s D Food King

Radioshack

Wonderful World

 

December 28

JD’s Exclusive

Robbie’s Bar, Rio Claro

 

December 29

Bottlestop

Detour

Detour-Tech

Dwellings

Funky Fish

Ritual’s/Church’s Chicken/Donut Boys/Wok n Roll/Pizza Boys

Wizz Computers

 

December 30

519

Caribbean Jewellers

Home Store

Linen World

Massy Stores

Pennywise

Rotoplastics/Water Source

Starlite Pharmacy

Superpharm

The Ranch, Mayaro

 

December 31

Bhagwansingh’s

Buywise Stores Ltd

Homeland Furnishings

Mode Alive

J and K Signature Styles

Pennysavers

 

This list will be updated as more information comes to hand.

See related stories below:

New Banking Hours Annoucned as ATMs Start Dispensing Polymer $100 Bills

 

Business Group Wants Extension of Time to Exchange $100 Bills

Current $100 Bill Will Have No Value as of December 31

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