Bills with radar serial numbers can be valuable. Continue reading to learn more about these bills.
What Is a Radar Serial Number?
A radar serial number, also known as a palindrome serial number, reads the same backwards and forwards. For example, 14233241 or 84444448. It's called a radar because the word 'radar' also reads the same backwards and forwards.
There are a few special types of radar serial numbers. Bills with a special type are more valuable.
Super radars serial numbers have the same first and last digit with six of the same digit in between. For example, 84444448.
Radar repeater serial numbers have both the radar and repeater patterns. A repeater serial number is a number where the first four digits are the same as the last four digits. An example of a radar repeater is 25522552.
Our fancy serial number lookup tool will tell you if your serial number is both a radar and a repeater.
The values listed below relate to low-denomination bills. Higher denomination bills demand less of a premium because in most cases it would make more sense to spend or deposit the bill.
Most radar serial number bills in circulated condition will be worth close to face value. Bills in uncirculated condition can sell for a premium.
Most radar serial number bills are worth around $20 in uncirculated condition.
Super radar serial number bills are worth over $100 in uncirculated condition.
Radar repeater serial number bills are worth over $50 in uncirculated condition.