Profitable Coin Deal from PFS Buyers Club
Update: Some more details about this coin deal from PFS:
Please place the orders even if they are listed as “backordered’, since we know they will not ship until October. Make sure to use a credit card to you expect to be active in October. The Mint may give you issues trying to change the payment method. The Mint typically disables PayPal checkout on limited releases, so please make sure you have a credit card ready.
Do not to try to place both the CC and the O coins in your cart at once, because there’s a good chance that they’ll sell out while you try. Please try to purchase the CCs first and then go back and purchase the Os. It makes sense to have both tabs open at 11:55AM already, but don’t try to order all 20 coins (10 per each type) in a single order.
MYS Buying Group also has the same payout.
PFS Buyers Club has a new profitable coin deal that goes live this Monday. In addition to the profit, you can also generate about $1,700 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. Let’s see how this latest coin deal from the US Mint works.
On Monday, May 24th, at 12:00PM ET the US Mint will release two limited edition Morgan Silver Dollars. Each has a purchase limit of ten per household, so you’re able to buy ten of each. Here’s how the deal works and the profit that you can make through PFS Buyers Club, which is one of the options for reselling these coins:
- The cost of each Silver Dollar is $85.00, and when adding the $4.95 shipping charge, each order (10 coins per order) will total $854.95.
- PFS will be offering a commission of $145.05 for each order for a total payout of $1,000.00.
- You can place two orders of $854.95 each or $1,709.90 in total, and you get paid $2,000.00 for a total profit of $290.10.
For each Mint account that you have (separate addresses, credit cards etc.) you have the ability to opt in (at PFS) to purchase one of the following three options.
- Just the Morgan Dollars with the “CC” privy mark or
- Just the Morgan Dollars with the “O” privy mark or
- Both the Morgan Dollars with the “CC” privy mark and the Morgan Dollars with a “O” privy mark.
Please note that option #3 will entail you opting in (at PFS) to two separate deals – you’ll need to separate PFS IDs. Also, they’ll need to be one of each deal, not two opt-ins to the same deal.
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 will be provided to you at no cost. Please note that this time around The Mint will ship these coins “beginning in October”. They will not charge your credit card until they ship.
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.
This deal is a good opportunity for an easy $290 in profit and $1,700 in free spending. If you’re going with PFS Buyers Club, make sure to sign up and register for this deal. 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. They usually sell out quickly, so you need to be ready.