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PPAULO escreveu:I think "it´s 5 Dollars" would do.
Then the customer might ask "do you have change?" or (to illustrate here let´s say he/she has ten Dollars) "do you have change for a ten?"
I read from a discussion on a site that "do you have any change?" is okay in some informal settings. Though, not grammatically correct in informal ways, it can be accepted.
This answer is more on the colloquial side; say, for example a street vendor or something like that at the street, or a seller at the grocery store, etc. Then the produce, product, good is "right there", so we can refer to it by using "it´s".
"That´s" would be normally to refer to something more remote or far from the speakers.