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Watch the first lady use a Coinstar machine as Ellen DeGeneres calls it ‘a rip off’

Ellen DeGeneres took Michelle Obama to a CVS Pharmacy to arrange the first lady for all times after the White Home, and considered one of the first issues the pair did was dump some spare grow to be a machine from Bellevue, Wash.-based Coinstar.

“Do you’ve any cash? As a result of there’s a Coinstar over there,” DeGeneres mentioned in the video, which aired on “The Ellen Present.” “See, that is so good, I’m making ready you.”

As Obama tried to check the kiosk with simply a handful of cash, DeGeneres went forward and dumped a complete baggie stuffed with grow to be the machine.

“How are you aware when it’s executed?” the first lady requested as the Coinstar counted her cash. As a receipt popped out for $45.17, she mentioned, “This isn’t money.”

“That is a ripoff,” DeGeneres mentioned.

Coinstar is a division of Outerwall, which additionally owns the movie-rental kiosks Redbox. The machines cost a 10.9 percent processing fee for dealing with your change — except you money in the cash for an eGift Card, in line with the firm’s web site.

Obama and DeGeneres proceeded to make their approach round CVS looking for the whole lot from headphones to Halloween sweet to magazines and boxed wine. Watch the full video:

 

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