Berlin Shopkeepers Accept 'Old Money' for Holiday A few stores in Berlin have been willing to accept Deutschmarks as part of holiday promotions, delighting many shoppers. The old currency officially stopped circulating in July, giving way to the euro. Shopkeepers say the promotion has helped sales. NPR's Emily Harris reports.

Berlin Shopkeepers Accept 'Old Money' for Holiday

Berlin Shopkeepers Accept 'Old Money' for Holiday

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A few stores in Berlin have been willing to accept Deutschmarks as part of holiday promotions, delighting many shoppers. The old currency officially stopped circulating in July, giving way to the euro. Shopkeepers say the promotion has helped sales. NPR's Emily Harris reports.