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Thinking about saving money can be difficult. However, if you look around your house, most of us have been saving for years. I have my favorite stuffed animals from childhood and scrapbooks jammed full of ticket stubs and photos. Maybe you have your Halloween costume from elementary school or art projects from middle school. We hang onto these things because they have meaning. And now Capital One wants to turn your stuff-saving habits into money-saving habits. 

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Bringing banking and living together in one space.

Capital One will be expanding its presence in the Seattle market with two new Cafés, one in South Lake Union and the other in downtown Bellevue. The Capital One Cafés are part of a bold move to redesign the banking experience with today’s evolving digital economy and mobile workforce in mind—aimed at providing a simple and straightforward experience, with service and support available at any time and in any form, in person, online or on the go.