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Mint $20 for $20 Silver Coin is back (hockey themed)

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raskal wrote:
Jan 22nd, 2013 10:01 am
that is the most awkward picture of a hockey player I can imagine.
His lower half is going in an opposite direction to his upper half
It kind of looks like he's wearing men's briefs underwear from where all the lines fall in that carving.
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Didn't the US have this big hack with coins like this where you basically racked up credit card points. Buy and then directly sell back to the bank?

Of course this is limited to 3 per household so might not be really worth the trouble?
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Oh well, at least better than the reindeer with the reversible neck.
General Radek had some good ideas.
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crazycoward wrote:
Jan 22nd, 2013 4:03 pm
have you considered that everyone else you buy is at a markup?

anything that will sellout can technically count as a hot deal.
I think RFD needs a new forum here. To me a "Hot Deal" is something that is hot/big savings. We have a "Free" forums why not a "rare" or "hard to find" deals forum.
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Kris81 wrote:
Jan 22nd, 2013 6:07 pm
I think RFD needs a new forum here. To me a "Hot Deal" is something that is hot/big savings. We have a "Free" forums why not a "rare" or "hard to find" deals forum.
Thanks for your input, notice no one else is complaining? Every other coin in this series now sells for 25-40$ at a 20$ cost.

And finally, if you don't like it, the rules clearly state no thread crapping and that is all you have added to this thread.
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How much silver in one of these?
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willsterstyle wrote:
Jan 22nd, 2013 4:32 pm
Didn't the US have this big hack with coins like this where you basically racked up credit card points. Buy and then directly sell back to the bank?

Of course this is limited to 3 per household so might not be really worth the trouble?
This was the same idea, but people had problems selling back to their bank like previously stated.
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Russell wrote:
Jan 22nd, 2013 6:10 pm
How much silver in one of these?
quarter of a oz
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thanks OP, i'll be watching for this to become public
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Angultra wrote:
Jan 22nd, 2013 1:09 pm
Same here, I have all of them but such high mintage and the novelty has worn off. Plus they're releasing them so often it's starting to hurt the wallet.
I agree, at first it was cool and now it's just getting ridiculous... it's simply a never ending vicious money pitt cycle now! lol

This is like the Bank Of Canada's way of raising money now from the general public.. (instead of selling bonds)
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Kris81 wrote:
Jan 22nd, 2013 6:07 pm
I think RFD needs a new forum here. To me a "Hot Deal" is something that is hot/big savings. We have a "Free" forums why not a "rare" or "hard to find" deals forum.
first 20 for 20 coins I sold it for 45 dollars.
the rest of them I've sold them at least 25 dollars each.

It's not a smoking hot deal, but it's a no brainer for any potential coin collectors
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