Welcome to the Two Dollar Bill Tracker

This site is dedicated to the history of the $2 bill and upholding the Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America!

We also want to say a special "thanks" to Starbucks for its continued support of the Second Amendment. Show your support by buying a coffee with a $2 bill!

Example Two Dollar Bill

To see where your $2 bill has been, either call our automated phone system at (228) 222-2082 or enter these details:

You can find the year your $2 bill was printed on the front side of the bill to the bottom-right of Thomas Jefferson's picture.
Enter the complete serial number including any letters and asterisks (stars). You can find the serial number printed in green or red on the lower-left corner of the front side of the bill.

Two Dollar Bill Articles

The Second Amendment and Starbucks Coffee

There has been a lot of hullabaloo recently about the popular coffee chain Starbucks, and their relationship, or lack thereof, to the second amendment of the United States Constitution. The 2nd amendment, if case you've already forgotten those high-school political science requirements, spells out the right of American citizens to keep and bear arms. In fact, the 2nd Amendment is often referred to simply as "the right of the people to keep and bear arms". It was initially adopted in 1791, when the Bill of Rights was first adopted.

History of the US Two Dollar Bill

The history of currency, for some, is seriously tantalizing stuff, for most others, perhaps, not so much. There are a few notes of US currency, however, that have always seemed to elicit a sort of underground interest among folks, most popular among them being the US Two-Dollar Bill. Lots of people seem to share an interest and general affinity toward this US currency note and, quite interestingly, perhaps even more people than that literally do not even know that they exist!

What is a Two Dollar Bill Star Note?

The two-dollar bill has quite the colorful history, with many changes and alterations occurring over its over 150 year lifespan. It was even discontinued for a ten year period between 1966 and the 1976 bicentennial. Consequently, there are many different forms of two-dollar bills, and thusly, many different values of the various incarnations of the popular note. One of the more desirable, and of course valuable, of the bills is what is commonly referred to as the "Star Note". But what is a two-dollar bill star note you might ask?

What is the 2 Dollar Bill Value?

So, you've wandered across this strange and unusual bill and you're sure you've somehow been blessed with the good fortune of a highly valuable American heirloom, one which you can subsequently cash in to purchase all your favorite state-of-the-art tech goodies? Ahh, but how much is that two-dollar bill actually worth? Is it the unimaginably brilliant stroke of luck you expected it to be, or just another piece of money, worth exactly what it says on its face? Well, the answer to that question, quite frankly, is both. Actually, to put this in more accurate terms, it could be either one.

The Taco Bell 2 Dollar Bill Incident

Of all the various stories and anecdotes surrounding the almost cult-like popularity of the infamous US two-dollar bill, here is arguably one of the most interesting, and surprising, ones of all. It allegedly happened in a Taco Bell restaurant, but the same general circumstances have been recorded in numerous cases, with people being accused, and even arrested, for suspicion of counterfeiting, simply because the recipient of the bill didn't think it was real money. In this particular incarnation, the customer went into a Taco Bell store and ordered items totaling less than two dollars.