At, private citizens can get help to find the nearest place they can deposit coins. If you only have a small amount of coins, it may be better to use them to buy things with. is based on information from banks, foreign exchange offices, shops and private citizens.

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Coins can be deposited in different ways

Many banks only accept coins from their own customers. There may be a charge and they may request the coins be deposited in a certain way. It is not possible to exchange old coins for new banknotes or coins. The coins must be deposited in a bank account (although shops may issue a credit note or voucher). Contact the bank, exchange office or shop in question for more information about how coins can be deposited there.

Important dates

  • 30 June 2017 is the last day the coins can be used for payment.
  • 31 August 2017 is the last day the coins can be deposited in a bank account.

Don't leave it too late!

It may be difficult for banks, exchange offices and shops to accept large volumes of coins, particularly when we approach the final stage of the changeover. Ask your bank or local shop for more information.


The current 1-krona and 5-krona coins can be used as usual until 30 June 2017. The same applies to the old 2-krona coins, if you have any. The 10-krona coin will remain unchanged.

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