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posted: May. 15, 2014 @ 11:24p
This is NOT to TC, nor to shift sales to any site I have any connection with, just to ask for info: Why would I buy this in bulk at $24.99 each, when spot is in the $19's, and you can buy one ounce bars for $21.83 shipped at Silvertowne.com? Is there something more valuable about the coins themselves? Because if I bought, I would buy for the silver investment, not for the numismatic thrill. Thanks
YYB said: This is NOT to TC, nor to shift sales to any site I have any connection with, just to ask for info: Why would I buy this in bulk at $24.99 each, when spot is in the $19's, and you can buy one ounce bars for $21.83 shipped at Silvertowne.com? Is there something more valuable about the coins themselves? Because if I bought, I would buy for the silver investment, not for the numismatic thrill. Thanks Eagles usually go for 3-4 dollars over spot, only thing that makes eagles more valuable is their familiarity and less likely to be counterfeit as compared to generic silver rounds/bars.
This deal is SLIGHTLY better than what they can be had for on other eBay auctions currently. (like < 50 cents a coin)
https://comparesilverprices.com/ seems to be a reasonable place for comparison shopping on silver coins and shows you some of the different premiums. It doesn't check eBay stores, but it does have a list of 8-10 big name stores. It also doesn't catch sale prices all the time--I've gotten email offers from Apmex with better prices than this website was showing, but basically if this website pulls up lower prices than a "deal" like this then it isn't that much of a deal.
Note: eBay does offer the option of paying by credit card without an additional fee and you may also not have tax so eBay (through someone like APMEX) does offer some advantages in my opinion.
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