"To fork over" is also common. The three are commonly used in the USA. I see no difference. Be aware that they are often used humorously without any intention of insulting or offending.
Jack, you owe me a dollar for the coffee. Fork it over.
I had to cough up $100 to pay for the mechanical work on my car.
Jill, how much did you fork out for that coat?
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