Places Where You Can Still Make Payment Through Old Rs 500 Notes

A breath of relief.

Places Where You Can Still Make Payment Through Old Rs 500 Notes
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The government of India has now stopped over the counter exchange or payment done through the old notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 from November 24, midnight. But still, all doors are not closed for you and there are exemptions for certain activities and transactions wherein you can still use the banned notes. 

All the following places will accept the Rs 500 notes until the midnight of 15 December 2016, but no Rs 1000 notes will be accepted.

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1. Purchase from Consumer Cooperative Stores

1. Purchase from Consumer Cooperative Stores

Which has a limit of Rs 5000 at a time.

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2. Payment of fees in Governmental schools and colleges.

2. Payment of fees in Governmental schools and colleges.
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One good way to use the notes.

3. Payment for pre-paid mobile top up

3. Payment for pre-paid mobile top up
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Which has a limit of Rs 500 per top up.

4. Foreign citizens can exchange foreign currency up to Rs 5000 per week

4. Foreign citizens can exchange foreign currency up to Rs 5000 per week
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5. Payment at toll plazas can be done through old notes of Rs 500.

5. Payment at toll plazas can be done through old notes of Rs 500.
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6. Tickets of railways and airlines can be purchased.

6. Tickets of railways and airlines can be purchased.
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7. Petrol and LPG gas cylinders are still available through the old notes.

7. Petrol and LPG gas cylinders are still available through the old notes.
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8. Medical stores but only on the prescription by the doctor.

8. Medical stores but only on the prescription by the doctor.
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9. Seeds at state-owned outlets are also available.

9. Seeds at state-owned outlets are also available.
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10. Other places which will accept the notes:

10. Other places which will accept the notes:
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1. Governmental Milk Booths

2. Burial grounds and Crematoriums

Source: The Economic Times

Are you still left with old 500/- notes?