Bars, lounges and restaurants use custom-printed tokens to offer free drinks or discounts. They may also be used as bus and parking tokens, rain checks, admission tokens and towel and hat check receipts.Continue Reading
Poker tournament organizers give away custom-printed tokens in the shape of poker chips to advertise the tournament. Retail stores also give customers custom-printed tokens with their logo on the front and "rain check" on the reverse when they've sold out of a sale item.
Some organizations replace businesses cards with custom-printed tokens. One humorous offering of such lists the business information on the front of a circular token and the word "tuit" on the reverse. Thus, customers contact the business when they get a round tuit, or "around to it."Learn more about Coins & Currency