Got twenty bucks? By 2020, Andrew Jackson may not be the face of the $20 bill. The Women on 20s campaign seeks to replace Jackson with a woman by 2020, the 100th anniversary of American women gaining the right to vote. Top contenders for a new face for the $20 note are: Harriet Tubman, Rosa Parks, Eleanor Roosevelt, Susan B. Anthony, Clara Barton and Cherokee Chief Wilma Mankiller. Currency evolves overtime and the $20 bill with the Jackson portrait may be worth a bit more in a few decades. My advice: stash away a mint condition $20 with Jackson’s visage and explore the nerd-tastic world of coin and currency collecting.
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It’s sort of ironic that Andrew Jackson is on the $20 bill in the first place because he opposed paper money. So, either, this was a long-running, cruel joke or some folks were painfully unaware of Jackson’s history. Many also decry Jackson for the Indian Removal Act. Regardless of whether one thinks Jackson should stay on the $20 note or not, you won’t have to wait for the spoils system to enjoy some rewards. You’ll be spoiled by our offer of $50 off and free shipping on select phones and devices by Verizon.
The $20 bill may be due for a facelift but not like the ones we see on “Botched”. It’s certainly going to be interesting to see if there’s a change to the currency and which woman will be on the bill. Regardless, we’ve got the savings part covered for you!