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Money orders are one of the most reliable methods to manufacture spend with, primarily because there are quite a few stores that sell them. Because of their popularity, there are hundreds, if not thousands, of data points around the web regarding money order purchases. This post is a comprehensive list compiling those data points, at least the ones I’ve found.
This is for informational purposes only. Since there are location specific stores, I have not tested all of them. The ones I have tested to work are highlighted. Of course, my experience will likely vary from yours due to multiple different factors (e.g. cashier, store location, time of day, card used, ect.), so YMMV.
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|Family Fare||$0.75||$500||DC, C||15/16|
|Post Office||$0.89-$1.65||$500||DC**, C, TC||3/11|
|Rite Aid||$0.89||$500||DC*, C||6/19|
|Walmart||$0.68-$0.70||$1,000||DC*, C, WM||101/148|
|Walmart Kiosk||$0.20-$0.75||$500||DC, C||2/2|
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