Coins and Cleaners
Save up your coins- every night drop your change in a bucket or jar. Take them in to a Coinstar location near you. If you choose a gift card instead of cash, you get the full value (occasionally they run specials, so check back regularly. There are a few grocery stores, CVS pharmacies, places like Old Navy or Lands End, and, my personal favorite, Amazon. Click through the link to see what's available in your area.
Or I use them to buy the ingredients to make a home-made detergent for our dishwasher that actually works, and works better than store-bought.
Of course, you can always just sort the coins yourself and turn them in at the bank for cash or deposit them.
Whichever you do, be sure to double check your dimes and quarters (and larger coins, if you have them) and keep any pre-1965 (and some other dates) silver coins because they are, in fact, mostly silver and are worth more than their face value.