I guess this is mostly for people in the Chicago suburbs, but hey, if you know the answer for your area, join in.
I have a bunch of change that I want to go to a bank to have them count up and give me the paper equivalent. Around here, my bank has most of its locations in Jewel-Osco grocery stores and have CoinStar machines in them that do this. The problem there is that CoinStar automatically takes 10% of the money for their use. Seeing as how the banks in my hometown used to count it all up for free, I’d like to see if normal brick-and-mortar banks in my area or around you still do it.