Getting cash from the ATM is a fairly mundane task, but these novel ATMs make the trip anything but ordinary. And it’s not just cash you’ll receive. Caviar, cupcakes, and gold are also on the list. Here are 10 ATMs that will surprise you. Next
Location: South Station in Boston
The device, manufactured by Lamassu, Inc. and placed by New Hampshire company Liberty Teller, was installed on Feb. 19.
Bitcoin is a digital cryptocurrency that, in some ways, is analogous to cash: It can be transferred from one person to another without a third-party, can be bought and sold anonymously, and is tradeable on a variety of currency marketplaces.
Golden Nugget Hotel and Casino
Location: Las Vegas
Need some gold? The Gold to Go ATM dispenses gold bars or coins for the current price of the precious metal. By paying with cash or card, a gold plate of a choosen amount exits the machine. Next
Location: Beverly Hills, Calif.
Get cupcakes and other freshly baked goodies from the Sprinkles Cupcakes ATM in Beverly Hills. The ATM is open 24 hours, stocked continuously with freshly baked cupcakes and other pastries, and offers cupcakes for dogs.
Customers can see the sweets stored behind the blue, green, and pink wall. After selecting a flavor from the touch screen, and paying with a card, a robotic arm reaches in, grabs the selected flavor cupcake inside a box, and places it in the deposit below the screen. Next
Beverly Hills Caviar
Location: Canoga Park, Calif.
You don’t need a five-star restaurant to be served caviar, escargot, or truffle oil. Instead, visit the Beverly Hills Caviar ATM at the Westfield Topanga Mall in Canoga Park. The caviar ranges in price from $50 to $500 an ounce. The vending machine is a caviar commerical freezer which keeps all the fine foods at the perfect temperature. Next
This traveling ATM made by Spanish company, Prosegur, dispenses money on the go. It travels from place to place to provide access to cash in temporary places, such as festivals and concerts. Next
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Music is what the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is all about, so it’s fitting that the KeyBank ATM would look like a 1950s-style jukebox. Next
Location: Orlando, Fla.
While wandering around Poseidon’s Fury at Islands of Adventure, you’ll find this ancient ruin ATM. Next
Location: San Francisco, Calif.
Who said ATMs can’t be art? This is a public mural ATM on Haight Street in San Francisco. It was created by artist Graham O. Gill. Next
Disney’s Hollywood Studios
Location: Orlando, Fla.
With a Mesoamerican facade, the Chase ATM at Echo Lake in Disney’s Hollywood Studios is certainly one of a kind. Back to the beginning
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