Can restaurants refuse $100 bills?
Treasury said the same thing on the lawfulness of retailers refusing legal tender at point of sale – retailers are allowed to refuse any denomination of U.S.
currency: […]all United States money as identified above are a valid and legal offer of payment for debts when tendered to a creditor..
Do restaurants accept 50 dollar bills?
Yes, it is legal to not accept $50 or $100 bills in the US. You are also under no obligation to have enough change around to change out a $100 bill for a pack of gum. You also do not have to accept that dude’s jar of pennies to pay a bill.
Where can you break a $50 bill?
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Does Chickfila take $50 bills?
If you come during the rushes, usually it’s fine. We always had a lot of money moving around at Chick-Fil-A, and changing out 50’s or even 100’s wasn’t impossible, though at times we had to be sure it wasn’t counterfeit.
How much is a $50 bill?
Dollar Bills, in AggregateNoteNumber of bills in circulation$10 bill1.9 billion$20 bill8.9 billion$50 bill1.7 billion$100 bill11.5 billion3 more rows•Apr 17, 2018
Does McDonald’s accept $50 dollar bills?
That depends on how much you order. If you order a $1 coffee, and try to pay with a $50, they might tell you they don’t have enough change . However, $50 is not really a lot of money, so they probably will take it.