If you were saving that $.14 in your pocket for 1/30th of a Pumpkin Spice Latte, you're in luck: the Salvation Army Santas will soon be taking credit cards! These new "plastic kettles" will start popping up around the city in the next two weeks, says the Daily News, and have already been introduced in 120 other cities. Last year these machines were tested in cities like Dallas and L.A., and seemed to be profitable for the charity. Spokeswoman Jennifer Byrd says the average credit card donation was $15, way over the average $2 cash donation. Sounds good, just as long as you don't donate to those sketchy UHO people.