[Expired] New Mint Coin Deal, $300+ Profit and $7K in Free Spending

PFS Buyers Club coin deal

Profitable Coin Deal from PFS Buyers Club, Plus Lots of Free Spend

Update (Mar. 11, 2021) – Sale is over. Hopefully some of you were able to get your hands on these coins!

Update (Mar. 10, 2021) – The exact pricing for the coins has been announced.

  • The Four-Coin Set will be $4,414.95 (including $4.95 shipping). PFS Buyers Club pays $4,615.00 for a profit of $200.05 per order.
  • The One Ounce Gold Eagle coin will be $2,379.95 (including $4.95 shipping). PFS Buyers Club pays $2,480.00 for a profit of $100.05 per order.

PFS Buyers Club has a new profitable coin deal that can make you a nice profit. In addition to the profit, you can also generate thousands in free credit card spend. That alone can be a great way to earn credit card rewards, or work your way towards spending requirements for welcome bonuses.

Offers

There are two offers available, going live on March 11th, at 12:00PM ET on the US Mint website:

  • Limited edition American Gold Eagle Proof coin
    • The cost of each coin should be either $2,325.00 – $2,375.00 (varies based on price of Gold).
    • $4.95 shipping charge.
    • PFS will be offering a commission of $100.05 per coin.
    • Limit 1 coin per household.
  • Limited edition Four-Coin American Gold Eagle Set.
    • The cost of each set should be either $4,317.50 – $4,410.00 (varies based on price of Gold).
    • $4.95 shipping charge.
    • PFS will be offering a commission of $200.05 per set.
    • Limit 1 set per household.

Is it Legit?

I have done a few of these deals myself. The process is pretty easy as long as you follow the steps they provide on their website, or by email. You sign up for the deal, be ready to purchase once it goes live, buy your coins and then ship them to PFS Buyers Club. Once they receive it, you get paid right away.

From my understanding, they just want these coins for reselling. If you are knowledgeable in this field, you could probably do better yourself by selling the coins on eBay or elsewhere. However, I haven’t tried that myself as I don’t know much about coins. PFS Buyers Club is just a convenient and easy option.

There are other buying clubs out there, so make sure you shop around and find the deal that makes sense for you.

Guru’s Wrap-up

This deal is a good opportunity for good profit and lots of free spending. If you’re going with PFS Buyers Club, make sure to sign up and register for these two deals and then take a look at their instructions on how to best prepare for these types of offers. They provide useful tips to increase your chances of getting your hands on one of these coins.

Just beware of the new terms for American Express credit cards, that now have new categories that code as cash advance, such as coins. Check your cardmember agreement and see if this language is included, if you really want to use your American Express.

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14 thoughts on “[Expired] New Mint Coin Deal, $300+ Profit and $7K in Free Spending

  1. Lucky, First try on the single coin. Had to paste my card number, but the tips PFS gives had me prepared for that. Didn’t want to try for both this time, being a newbie. Thank you DDG!

  2. Interesting comment on reddit about Amex CA worries… “Had a AMEX chat rep confirm today that I won’t be charged cash advance fees on my plat if I buy the coin deals from the mint tomorrow. Word of a chat rep is always questionable, but at least doing this creates a paper trail and a reason for AMEX to fix it if I do get charged cash advance fees.”

    I think it’s a bad idea in general to have amex eyes on your account, but if you have nothing to worry about, this can be a sure way to guarantee that you won’t get hit with cash advance fees.

    Good luck to everyone who’s trying to buy these coins today!

  3. PFS is reputable. I even met the owner when I once dropped off a US Mint shipment at his home.

  4. So if I understand their terms, PFS will pay you the total of whatever you are charged, regardless whether or not the prce fluctuates, also that it won’t fluctuate more than they state, and they will also pay you the commission for being the middleman after they receive them. Sounds nice.

    Note:
    Their terms state that they will provide you a prepaid shipping label.
    (BUT) No mention that their prepaid return label covers insurance.
    What do you know about that? I can’t add insurance to a prepaid label, so I expect they must insure it already. I know it seems like a no-brainer, but if lost/stolen in the mail after you drop it off, who is on the hook?

    • Yes, exact price will be announced on Thursday. They will pay whatever the cost is, plus the stated profit per set or coin. It will probably be very hard to purchase though.

    • Yes, they take care of all that, make it very easy — you just paste on their label and drop it off at FedEx. The hard part is being able to BUY THE COINS — they sell out basically immediately pretty much every time. Practice ahead of time and have everything ready to go — your credit card already in your account. Follow their instructions, and good luck!!!

      • I did read the FAQ’s before bringing it up. I just found it in a separate area called “Deal FAQ’s” though. Thank you for getting me to take a closer look for it.
        So I am faliliar with how to checkout now. I suppose you just have to keep refreshing starting a couple of minutes before noon Eastern Time.

        • I also called my CC issuer yesterday to advise them in advance of this purchase, so hopefully they would not decline for possible fraud.

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