Deal: Make $300 and $7,000 on Credit Card Spending Thursday

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The U.S. Mint is going to be releasing their American Eagle 2021 One Ounce Gold Proof Coin and American Eagle 2021 Gold Proof Four-Coin Set, both will be hot items for coin 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 guaranteed $200.05 for each Four-Coin Set and $100.05 for each One Ounce Gold Eagle coin those who are interested in buying the coin from the U.S. Mint.

Additionally, you’ll earn roughly $7,000 in credit card spending by doing this 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:

On Thursday, March 11th – at 12:00PM ET the US Mint will be releasing five limited edition “American Eagle” products. PFS will be running a deal on two of the products: The Four-Coin Set and the One Ounce Gold Eagle coin.

The cost of the Four-Coin Set should be either $4,317.50 or $4,410.00 and the cost of the One Ounce Gold Eagle should be either $2,325.00 or $2,375.00. (The Mint will only be releasing the exact price for these products on Wednesday the 10th, and it will depend on the spot price of Gold over the next couple of days.)

Each item would need to be purchased as a separate Mint order, as such, each purchase will also have a $4.95 shipping charge.

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

PFS will be offering a commission of $200.05 for each Four-Coin Set.

PFS will be offering a commission of $100.05 for each One Ounce Gold Eagle 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.

This is also a great opportunity to earn valuable points/miles on your credit cards, as well as meet any spending thresholds.

**You MUST opt in if you plan on participating and you MUST fulfill your order with PFS Buyers Club**

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 this deal once you sign-up for PFS Buyers Club.

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

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Comments

  1. To anyone new considering this.
    Don’t waste your time. The mint’s system freezes up the instant these things go on sale.
    100% waste of time.

  2. Billy Bob,

    Exactly, a rigged system – anything these days with a limited release and all these buyers clubs generating lots of buyers to just click and click and click at the opening bell – just jam up the websites as soon as they go live (US Mint Coins, Sneakers, Ryder Cup tickets, etc).

    People are already on eBay offering these coins, requesting double the price that they “might” pay for tomorrow at the opening bell…assuming they even get in.

    What really sucks, is that those who actually collect coins as a hobby are shut out due to “the game” of these limited released, highly sought-after items.

  3. To both above posters, I got in on BOTH coins with no issues. PFS might do the thing they’ve done in the past once they realize a coin isn’t in as demand as they thought it was and send an email saying “if you haven’t purchased this yet, please don’t.”

    My one mistake is I should’ve used a different credit card to generate more points. You guys should consider including that in your next post about one of these drops. I went with a 1X card, and missed out on thousands of points as a result 🙁

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