You can get ONE 2019 Silver Eagle for $17.80 from legit dealer, but you are subscribed to their try-before-you-buy coin subscription.
I was waiting to post this deal to see how it turned out. I think, in the interest of posting before it disappears vs. having a little more information, I will let you all judge if you think it is a good deal for yourself.
Go to Respond to an Ad | Littleton Coin Company
Enter 5KZ700 for Dept.#
Then you will have a 2019 Silver Eagle to add to your cart for $11.95 plus tax and shipping. It also includes one quarter. For me, that came out to $17.80. You can pay with a credit card and earn points or with PayPal (5% back with Discover this quarter).
The catch is that they will also send you a selection of coins that you can “preview” for 15 days. If you don’t send them back, you own them and owe them ~$20. They are NOT worth $20, not to me anyway.
I packed the 4 extra coins in the provided envelope, and included the bottom of the invoice with the check box for “Yes, I want these coins, here’s my payment info” UNCHECKED, and I wrote a note on the back to unsubscribe me from the “Coins-on-Approval” program. I slapped the included return postage label on the envelope and dropped it at the post office yesterday. Pretty easy return process, I obviously I have no idea yet whether I need to do more to unsubscribe from the Columbia House of coins or if that will do the trick. If they keep sending me coins, I will probably consider this deal not worth it. If I never hear from them again, the return was easily worth the $7 I saved. This is the unknown part of the deal. Evaluate accordingly.
I ordered two of these on different days. The first one was shipped 6 days after I ordered, and it arrived 3 days after that. The second one should ship today. If they deny my second one because of the same address, I will update the thread. The 2019 Silver Eagle I received is exactly what I would expect to get from any coin site selling new GEM BU Silver Eagles and is packaged in a small clear plastic pouch. If you want a small quantity, you are probably paying $5-7 over the Silver spot price from a reputable coin dealer. As of this post, the Silver spot price is $16.47 per oz., so this deal is only $1.33 over spot. I like to buy my kids one of these as a birthday present every year, so the fact that it’s ONE per person didn’t bother me. I only wanted two. If you are a big collector, the savings of $5-7 isn’t really worth it. But if you want one or two, it’s a nice little savings.
Let me know if you have any questions.
There is a referral program for the site that will give you $10 off, but since all their coins seem overpriced, I won’t bother telling you to use my code. If you still want it for some reason, PM me.