Have you ever bought something and then wish you hadn't? It happens to all of us!
Buyer's Remorse is a new trick that'll help you fix that situation in a blink of an eye! Now you can transform any paper receipt into a bunch of bills and it works with any currency!
You show a receipt in your hands. You fold it twice and turn it over and just like magic, you're holding a bunch of bills that you can fan out front and back and count individually. Creator, George Iglesias, pays tribute to his magic mentor, the great JosÃ© "Pepe" Sousa, with this very visual magic trick that you can also make up with your own money and receipts! Buyer's Remorse comes with a gimmick already made for you with 4 realistic-looking hundred-dollar bills. It's very easy to do. Take it out of the pack and you will be doing this right away!
Learn an impromptu way of doing this with a non-gimmicked object: You show a spectator a paper receipt and ask him to put it inside of any of his empty pockets. You say the magic word and the receipt magically transforms into a paper bill while it's in his pocket-without you even touching it!
Here's what you get:
- 1 special gimmick made of a duty-free receipt and four realistic-looking $100 bills.
- 4 extra receipts from Target, Apple Store, Macy's and Walmart so you can make other gimmicks with your own currency.
- 2 extra realistic-looking $100-dollar bills to use for your extra gimmicks.
- 1 instructional online video.
You'll enjoy amazing yourself and your friends with the highly visual, fun-to-do magic of the new Buyer's Remorse!
What skill level is needed for this trick?
Intermediate skill level.
This effect seems very similar to various Paper to Bills effects. Is that the case, or is there something different here. Most of these type of effects use a Bill glued to a Piece of Paper, which when folded in half conceal Paper and Bills.
This is similar to what you're probably thinking of. However, it comes with very realistic 100 bills (probably the most realistic we have seen), which is something you don't normally find in other "paper to bill" effects.