Deal: Make $62 & $525 For Buying Two US Mint Coins Thursday

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The U.S. Mint is going to be releasing their End of World War II 75th Anniversary American Eagle Silver Proof Coin and End of World War II 75th Anniversary American Eagle Gold Proof Coin on Thursday, making both hot items for collectors.

As I’m not a coin collector, I don’t have much interest in this, however PFS Buyers Club, which is a coin buying service is offering a $62.05 profit for the Silver Coin and a $525.05 profit for the Gold coin for those who are interested in buying the coin from the U.S. Mint.

Additionally, you’ll earn about $83 in credit card spending for the Silver coin, and $2,550 in credit card spending for the Gold coin since the U.S. Mint accepts credit cards, so if you’re looking for some free manufactured spending, or in need to meet a minimum spend requirement, then this is another reason why you may be interested.

How to Sign Up: 

  1. Sign up to become a member of the PFS Buyers Club
  2. Select Current Deal at the top of the page, and scroll down on the page to select Opt In for each deal.
  3. You’ll receive an email confirmation that you’re Opted In for the deal.

Here are details of the deal:

End of World War II 75th Anniversary American Eagle Silver Proof Coin Details:

On November 5th – at 12:00PM ET the US Mint will release a limited edition End of World War II 75th Anniversary Silver coin.

There is a limit of 1 coin per household.

The cost of each coin will be $83.00. After including the $4.95 shipping charge, each order’s total will be $87.95

You will have the box shipped to your own house or office and then ship them to PFS Buyers Club with a prepaid FedEx shipping label that we will provide for you.

PFS Buyers Club will pay $150.00 – for a profit of $62.05 per order.

End of World War II 75th Anniversary American Eagle Gold Proof Coin Details:

On November 5th – at 12:00PM ET the US Mint will release a limited edition End of World War II 75th Anniversary Gold coin.

There is a limit of 1 coin per household.

The cost of each coin will be APPROXIMATELY $2,550.00. (The Mint will only be releasing the exact price on Wednesday the 4th, and it will depend on the spot price of Gold over the next few days.)

There will also be a $4.95 shipping charge.

You will have the box shipped to your own house or office and then ship them to PFS Buyers Club with a prepaid shipping label that we will provide for you.

PFS Buyers Club will be offering a commission of $525.05 per coin.

You’ll also want to create an account with the U.S Mint, and have you address and credit card information saved, so when this coin is released you can purchase it as quickly as possible and they are likely to sell out in about 10 minutes.

Bottom Line

I’ve bought several coins before and sold them to PFS Buyers Club before and have always been paid promptly.

Be sure to opt-in for each of these deal once you sign-up for PFS Buyers Club and you MUST fulfill your order with PFS Buyers Club if you’re successfully able to order these.

If you’re planning in taking part in the deal Thursday, feel free to comment below!

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Comments

  1. Got lucky. Bought a gold coin. They upped the commission to 1000$ vs 525$. On this coin. Probably could have made more. But 1000$ got done “lucky” clicking. All is well. Have used them a couple times. Quick payments.

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