The Bank of Mexico It is the central bank of the country, is the government entity in charge of issuing the national currency, and has a priority goal, established in the Constitution, to preserve its value. It also promotes the healthy development of financial and payment systems.
In that sense, and is, as already mentioned, the financial entity responsible for printing tickets and coins, the COINS Mexican companies are also responsible for removing the COINS I tickets if they consider that they have completed their current period of circulation in the national economy.
It is worth mentioning that recently the same Banxico announced that there is a family of national banknotes that are in the process of retreating but still retain their liberating power (they are worthy of the name they bear), but through the resolution of the Bank of Mexico, they are taken out of circulation by credit institutions.
It is important to emphasize that even though these tickets are about to go out of circulation, you can continue to use them to make transactions, but when they reach the banks, they must separate them to deposit them in the Bank of Mexico, and they will never be released to the public again. Below, we have shared the list of tickets that will disappear from national circulation in 2024.
What fees will disappear in 2024?
According to the information released by Banxico Los Tickets, which are in the process of withdrawal throughout the year 2024, at the beginning of next year, they will no longer be in national circulation. It should be noted that this ticket are for those who belong to the D1 family and those who have the following names:
- 20 pesos
- 50 pesos
- 100 pesos
- 200 pesos
- 500 pesos
- 1,000 pesos
In the case of metal coins To withdraw, it should be noted that they are members of the B family put into circulation in 1993; they have different characteristics from the coins of the A family and are expressed in the “new chick.”. The new peso is equivalent to one thousand pesos of the previous unit.
As well as the C family of metal coins, which were introduced in 1996 to complete the change in the monetary unit, they are expressed in “pesos” in the monetary unit used today and have the same characteristics as the coins in the B family.