When the weekend comes and you're shopping in town, poking around a flea market or going to church, you used to need cash. At the flea or farmers' market you had to hit up the on-site ATM (and pay those exorbitant service fees) or miss out on a cool find if the vendor wouldn't accept a personal check.
But not anymore.
Plenty of vendors and services now accept credit cards, making it a breeze to shop, philanthropize, appease a sweet tooth and even commute to work.
Here's a look at some unexpected places you no longer need to worry about needing a handful of dead presidents.