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The Sand Dollar serves as a secondary form of currency in the SpongeBob SquarePants video game Revenge of the Flying Dutchman, the primary form being doubloons. It is a type of paper currency and is worth ten regular dollars, much like a ten dollar bill in the real world America. No amount of doubloons can equal one sand dollar.
When the Krusty Krab was shut down for financial purposes, Mr. Krabs suggested that he and SpongeBob run a food delivery business along with the normal Krusty Krab. However, Squidward was still unemployed, so he set up a garage sale. SpongeBob, seeing a beehive (mistaking it for an acorn), wanted to purchase it and give it to Sandy as a gift. However, the buzzing nut was priced at 200 sand dollars.
So SpongeBob had to earn 200 sand dollars from his Krusty Krab food deliveries in Downtown Bikini Bottom. Later on, SpongeBob had to collect 300 sand dollars at Goo Lagoon in order to purchase a magic bottle from Rusty Scupper and gain access to the pier. Luckily, an abundant supply of reappearing sand dollars were present in the Goo Lagoon area.
- There was a Sand Dollar seen in the episode "Sand Castles in the Sand," as a form of currency Patrick used to pay a structural designer.