Money emoji 💸
This emoji often signifies a fondness for money, an affectionate emotion, or a chance to acquire money. Incorporating notions of success or superiority
💰Pocket of money
A bag filled with cash. A bag that is often brown, knotted, and adorned with a dollar symbol. Most platforms display a circular bag, which may be filled with coins.
💸 Money has wings
As though in flight, a stack of striped US dollar notes with feathered wings. Its flight may symbolize loss, transfer, or gain, but is most typically associated with prosperity, money, and success in general, frequently with flourishes or an air of refinement.
🤑 Face of Money
A yellow face with arched eyebrows, dollar-sign eyes, and an open grin in the form of a green dollar bill protruding its tongue. Several wallpapers include dollar symbol eyeballs inside green rings.
💵 Dollar money
Cash! A stack of United States of America banknotes denominated in dollars. The green hue and specifics differ among platforms, but the dollar symbol ($) is always shown. Use prevalent for a variety of wealth and money-related topics, not confined to the United States
💳 Credit Cards
Reverse of credit card with signature and magnetic stripe. Depending on the platform, colors and features may be presented as gold, silver, or blue. May be used for banking and other identification cards, as well as for different monetary content, including payments.
💶 Euro banknotes
A stack of euro bills, the currency of the European Union (EU). Colors and specifics differ across platforms, but the euro sign, €, is always shown. Used often for a wide range of wealth and money-related material, not restricted to the EU.
🧧 Red envelopes
A red envelope used to offer money during Chinese New Year and other joyous events, such as weddings, in China and other Asian cultures throughout the globe.
💷 Pound Banknotes
Print Quids! A stack of banknotes with strips, British banknotes (England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland). Colors and features vary across platforms, but the currency is often characterized as a purple twenty-pound note with the symbol £.
💴 Yen Money
A stack of Japanese bills with a saddle ribbon. Colors and details differ across platforms, but the yen sign,, is often represented in green, yellow, or pink beside the corresponding color. Used often for a range of financial and wealth-related material, and not only in Japan.
A bank branch where customers may undertake money-related transactions. Also a common place to locate an ATM.
Due to the letters BK being related with the slang phrase bakkureru, this emoji also denotes "to criticize" or "to avoid responsibility" in Japan.
💱 Currency Exchange
One symbol to represent the exchange of two currencies. Often represented as a dollar sign with arrows leading to and from the yen symbol.