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[Canada Post] Grey Cup loonie 100th Anniversary - $1 each at Canada Post

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[Canada Post] Grey Cup loonie 100th Anniversary - $1 each at Canada Post

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Exchange $1 for $1 Grey cup Loonie.
I just exchanged $25 for a roll of them. Cash only.
Coin stores selling them upwards of $3 each

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Oct 22, 2002
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So a dollar for a dollar is supposed to be some sort of great deal?
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These are in circulation. I have one.
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So a circulated loonie for $1 is a hot deal ?
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Dec 13, 2003
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A collectors item for $1. not a bad deal IMO, especially considering once they go out of circulation they will be hard to come by.....
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A local coin store out here was selling them on "Special" for $2.49 lol
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good way to save some money, buy a couple 25$ rolls and never use them until necessary.
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Can't wait to sell these when the 200th Grey Cup happens. Going to be worth so much.
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Markham
Nice deal with the 15% off coupon + Cashback CC.
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You can't get 15% off and cashback for buying money can u? Then can't u just arbitrage and become an instant millionnaire? :D
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