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Buy US Mint Coins, $25 Profit plus $1,300 in Free Spend
The US Mint will release a new coin tomorrow and it is a good opportunity to make a small profit or even get a good amount of free spending if you’re working towards a credit card signup bonus.
Tomorrow, July 6th at 12:00PM EST, the US Mint will release a limited edition platinum coin. The purchase is limited to one (1) coin per household. Each coin will cost $1,300.00. After including the standard $4.95 shipping, each order’s total will be $1,304.95.
The coin can then be sold for $1,330.00, for a profit of $25.05.
How it Works
Update: It appears that PFS Buyers Club has filled up for this promo and they aren’t taking any more opt-ins.
The coins are bought by PFS Buyers Club. Once you sign up for an account today (our referral link) you go to the “Current Deal” and opt-in. They only buy so many coins so those where are opted in are guaranteed to be able to sell.
After you purchase a coin you will have the box shipped to your own house or office. You then ship them to PFS Buyers Club with a prepaid FedEx shipping label that they will provide for you.
The reason this is a good deal, is that besides the $25 profit, you will also get free spend. If you use a card that earns you at least 2% card, you will make another ~$27. Or you can use it to work your way towards a minimum spending requirement.
PFS Buyers Club have been around for a while and the process itself is pretty straightforward. Hurry and sign up now and opt-in, don’t wait till tomorrow and thanks in advance for using our link.
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