- cent, 50
Paper voucher.(obverse) Logo at centre consisting of inscription within blue and green circular pattern on blue and green rectangular border; barcode above in black print; inscription below in blue print; vertical hologram strip featuring logo at left: white background.
(reverse) Image of coffee cup on saucer at centre; image of voucher below; inscription at top in blue and black print.
- Issued in: Germany
- Length: 87 millimetres
- Width: 54 millimetres
Everybody needs to go sometime. And you can’t always go at home. Because more and more people are travelling - and that means using public toilets. Every year, on German autobahns alone, millions of travellers use the toilets in motorway service stations.
In the past their condition often left a good deal to be desired and help was urgently needed. We rose to the challenge and developed an attractive, hygienically clean system.
SANIFAIR began in 2003 with a brand new concept, and since then it has turned an urgent need into a hygienic experience.
Now you’ll find us all over Germany in about 370 motorway service stations.
Every time you visit SANIFAIR you’ll receive a SANIFAIR voucher. You can have its value deducted from your bill in any of our partner facilities. To find which partner facilities you can redeem your SANIFAIR voucher in, ask at any SANIFAIR.
A really useful touch: you can redeem your SANIFAIR vouchers at a later date, if you prefer.
First put the required fee in the pay machine. It accepts the following coins: 2 euro, 1 euro, 50 cents, 20 cents and 10 cents. If you haven’t got the exact amount on you, the machine will give change. Then take your 50-cent SANIFAIR voucher from the machine and enter SANIFAIR. Baby changing rooms and disabled toilets are free.
The SANIFAIR voucher works like cash. You can use it as part payment for your purchases - now or later.
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