Pretty Pink Cash Machine - now £6.99 @ Argos
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Pretty Pink Cash Machine - now £6.99 @ Argos

£6.99£9.9930%Argos Deals
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Found 11th Feb
Was originally £17.99, then £9.99 now £6.99 with free C&C.

A creative twist on the traditional money box. This quirky pink cash machine comes with security bank card and will help young ones learn how to save their money. Simply deposit notes and coins into the ATM and it will total up.

  • You can even set up a pin number with the card to keep precious savings safe! .
  • Includes VIP Bank Card and ATM Bank.
  • Made from Polypropylene.
  • Gift boxed.
  • Batteries required: 3 x AA (not included).
  • Size H22, W18, D16cm.
  • 0.73 grams.
  • RoHS, EN71, EMC.
  • EAN: 5060359484680.



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Gollywood4 m ago

You call that fun?


No, but that only happened once and it didn't put me off using it. As I was at such a young age I didn't realise the value of money really and my spending was limited (could only spend like £3 a week and only about 50p of my pocket money on sweets or chocolate - no fizzy drinks at that age) I didn't even think much of it, I felt like I worked for a bank when attempting to get it out
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kerching print me some off please gooner
amazoncrazy1 m ago

kerching print me some off please gooner


Was going to ask them same thing.... Least no fees
Heat - I had one of these (not a pink one) as a kid and I actually had quite good fun with it, what with not having my own actual bank account and all, lol. However I did get a £5 note stuck in it once which I got out quite easily, scratching and cutting one of my fingers in the process
andrewworrall13 m ago

Heat - I had one of these (not a pink one) as a kid and I actually had …Heat - I had one of these (not a pink one) as a kid and I actually had quite good fun with it, what with not having my own actual bank account and all, lol. However I did get a £5 note stuck in it once which I got out quite easily, scratching and cutting one of my fingers in the process


You call that fun?
Gollywood4 m ago

You call that fun?


No, but that only happened once and it didn't put me off using it. As I was at such a young age I didn't realise the value of money really and my spending was limited (could only spend like £3 a week and only about 50p of my pocket money on sweets or chocolate - no fizzy drinks at that age) I didn't even think much of it, I felt like I worked for a bank when attempting to get it out
andrewworrall12 h, 26 m ago

No, but that only happened once and it didn't put me off using it. As I …No, but that only happened once and it didn't put me off using it. As I was at such a young age I didn't realise the value of money really and my spending was limited (could only spend like £3 a week and only about 50p of my pocket money on sweets or chocolate - no fizzy drinks at that age) I didn't even think much of it, I felt like I worked for a bank when attempting to get it out


Iv always wanted to work for a bank
Mayb is should buy this?
naz92361 h, 33 m ago

Iv always wanted to work for a bank Mayb is should buy this?


If you want it for the novelty, I suppose!
Part of me knows this is nothing more than a toy, destined for landfill sooner rather than later, but the "mad scientist" in me says If there was ever a pile of crap gagging to be hacked, and combined with an Arduino or Raspberry Pi to make something genuinely "interesting" - this must surely be a viable contender!

Heat, just for that reason alone
A note of caution when purchasing this item . It has been noted that some Eastern Europeans have been placing small cameras to the top of this device in an effort to steal your PIN number , So, please be very carefull and vigilant
My daughter will love this. Thank you!
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