PFS Buyers Club: New US Mint Coin Deal on 9/13 ($100+ Net Profit, September 2021)

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Another new coin deal on Monday, September 13th, 2021. PFS Buyers Club has another coin deal on a limited-edition American Eagle 2021 One Ounce Silver Reverse Proof Two-Coin Set Designer Edition. They will pay you a guaranteed fixed profit of $100.05 plus any credit card rewards. See details below.

On September 13th – at 12:00PM ET the US Mint will release the limited edition American Eagle 2021 One Ounce Silver Reverse Proof Two-Coin Set Designer Edition.

There is a purchase limit of 1 Set per household, so you’re able to buy 1 Set.

The cost of each American Silver Eagle Two-Coin Set is $175.00. After including the $4.95 shipping charge, each order’s total will be $179.95

You will have the box shipped to your own house or office and then ship them to PFS Buyers Club with a prepaid FedEx shipping label that we will provide for you.

We will pay you $280.00 – for a profit of $100.05 per order.

This is also a great opportunity to earn valuable points/miles on your credit cards, as well as meet any spending thresholds.

If you are new to this type of deal please the previous similar (but expired!) deal for more background information and answers to most common questions. I have now done multiple deals with them and been paid as promised with no issues.

If you want to jump on this, you can sign up to join PFS Buyers Club here. PFS will provide *very* detailed instructions. Read them ahead of time, and follow them carefully to help you buy the coin before it sells out. If you use that link as a first-time buyer, I will receive a one-time referral fee the first time you successfully sell your coin for a profit. Thanks for those that use it, and for those that already used it in the past. I will be opting in myself as well.

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  1. Yup, I’m in. I did the $5000 coin purchase in July as my first deal and it went very smoothly!

  2. Any update on Fidelity Visa and not getting credit for the cashback? I also noticed that paying by Paypal is an option; I going to attempt purchasing the coins with this method tomorrow and use my Fidelity Visa as payment.

  3. Wow! PFS continues to be the lowest payer among all buyers.

    I’ve had two offers come in this afternoon from other buyers who will pay $350 (plus cover the cost of the shipping label) for a $175 profit

    The only reason PFS is getting the blogging community to push their product is the $20 referral credit they’re paying out for referrals! (Hey, I don’t blame ya)

    Personally, if I am able to secure a set (or three sets), I’ll be holding on for an even higher payout – I just have a feeling that someone could make over $250+ on this offer if they hold out a bit longer.

    I even think PFS will be raising their price payout tomorrow too…watch your e-mails!

    • If there is a public offer, please feel free to share it. PFS is the only one that puts their price and any terms/fine print right on their website. I would be happy to see another competitor with a long history of reliability that is as easy, transparent, and hassle-free as PFS Buyers Club that also offers more money. All I’ve seen is “email this so-and-so dealer”.

      • Fair Point…

        The offers I have rcvd are from coin buyers who send out offers to an e-mail distro lists (of theirs) that I’m part of.

        I’ve done my own research within the coin collecting community websites and have reached out to certain buyers that I have vetted from their online profiles, reputations within their communities, etc and requested to be put on their distribution lists…

        I’ve done multiple deals with at least two different buyers. I have two other buyers I am on e-mail distribution for, who I have not yet completed sales with…due to their lower past offers.

        Bottom Line – just like anything else, doing a little research can pay a higher dividend in the end.

        One last thing – on eBay – there are sellers offering this set for sale from $500 – $1,250!!!

        • When the dust settled the sets are selling for $300 on ebay which is only slightly above what PFS Buyers Club is paying. The net will be worse considering you have to ship the set to the buyer and pay 10+% ebay fees. PFS Buyers Club is also as close to a “guaranteed” thing and far more secure than selling on ebay.

  4. Web server has crashed…

  5. Website server crashed right away. Anyone successfully get in on this?

    • Same. Been trying for 25 minutes. No luck.

    • Have yet to be able to make it through checkout… When I did the July deal, I was in and out of the whole process within 3 minutes! The site’s getting totally hammered today. I guess a lot more people are will to buy a $175 coin set than a $5000 set (like for the deal in July)…

    • There was also an email from PFS extending the purchase deadline: “The Mint’s site was pretty bad earlier, (it has since freed up a bit,) so we have extended the 1PM ET deadline for ordering to 2PM ET. Please try to complete the purchase asap.”

  6. Wow, today was the worst I’ve seen it! I finally made it through, but it took 44 minutes.

  7. Apparently got it 47 min in but never got the confirm page so I kept trying for another 15 min until I saw a household limit reached message. Then saw the email. Keep trying !

  8. RookieInvestor says

    Finally got through at 1.08 pm ET. Yikes!! Test of patience.

  9. Finally got through after 66 minutes. Definitely the toughest I’ve attempted so far. I only get one hour for lunch, and even that wasn’t enough! That was bordering on not worth it. Probably won’t get better, although as someone else already said, perhaps it will be somewhat dictated by total investment requirements. Seems logical to assume that the lower the barrier to participation, the more slammed it’s going to be.

  10. Took me 45 minutes today, looks like its still available, maybe won’t be so bad if anyone tries now. Looks like PFS has extended their deadline to 2pm ET.

  11. It was not looking good initially, but this turned out to be one of my fastest deals. The site totally broke for the first 5 minutes, couldn’t get anything after many tries, so I went and made some coffee. Came back at 12:09 ET, and checked out fine although I had to type in my credit card number manually. Was done at 12:10 ET. Looks like I got lucky in the window right when it came back up.

  12. Jonathan,

    Do you ever use Paypal to pay instead of typing a CC manually?

    Also, it seemed the Club “allowed the purchase to be made after 12pm ET?

  13. The “Club” sent out an email about 12:40 ET extending the window until 2PM ET and encouraged people to keep trying, first time I saw that. Chrome prefills my CC all my info & address info automatically, thank gosh, but I don’t think that made any difference today. I almost seemed like they extremely limited the number of users at one time today, I’ve never seen the amount and type of error messages like this in the past, seeming to blame Cloudfare – Newark frequently. Also the 125,000 units for minting seemed much higher than normal. Was almost not worth the hour long aggravation in the end.

  14. I hit the site right at 12pm and added the set to the cart. When I went to check out, the site crashed. When it came backup and I was finally able to check out, the item was no longer in my cart, but luckily I was still able to get one and complete my purchase around 1:30pm. Thanks for sharing this article, hoping to do more deals with them in the near future.

  15. has anyone gotten theirs yet?

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