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How much is a money order at 7-Eleven?

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The typical 7-Eleven money order costs between $1 to $5. The exact fee depends on the size of the money order. The fee increases as the money order amount increases.

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How much is a money order at 7-Eleven?
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The 7-Eleven chain of convenience stores is a popular place to purchase money orders. The chain sells about $5 billion worth of money orders a year. The store is not a bank, so no checking or savings account is needed to obtain a money order.

In addition to money orders, 7-Eleven also provides customers with ATM kiosks to allow customers to withdraw cash quickly and easily. Anyone who desires a cup of coffee, a hot dog or snacks can get the cash needed to pay at the register.

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