2019 Palladium Coin Offer On Right Now

If you live in NYC you might want to check out this most recent PFS buyers club deal:

On Thursday, September 12th – at 12:00PM ET the US Mint will release a limited edition Palladium coin.
There is a limit of one (1) coin per household. The cost of each set will be $1,987.50. After including the $4.95 shipping, each order’s total will be $1,992.45.
Important: We will only be accepting opt-ins for members who are willing and able to drop off the coin in Brooklyn (Crown Heights or Boro Park). We will not be providing shipping labels for this deal.
Additionally, we will be working with a strict timeline on this deal – coins will have to be delivered to us by Sep 25th – no exceptions.
We will pay you $1,995.00 – for a profit of $2.55 per order.
This is also a great opportunity to earn valuable points/miles on your credit cards, as well as meet any spending thresholds.
We will not be running any referrals for this deal.
For all the deal details and terms, as well as the ability to opt in to this deal, please login to your account at PFSbuyersclub.com and click the “Current Deal” page.
– Aron
PFS Buyers Club

Use my link here if you are at all interested in this deal or future deals:


Here are details on last year’s offer.

The 2018 coin only cost $1,392.45 last year, and is currently selling for $2,425.90 at APMEX. Keep in mind that Palladium has skyrocketed in value for whatever reason:

The spot price is $1,600, up from $1,000 last year. If I apply greedy idiot logic to this, then this one coin should be worth ten billion dollars by the time I retire. However I think it’s more like I bought into another bubble!

as of 12:30 ET the coin is still on sale, this is different from 2018, when it sold out in 10 mins!


3 thoughts on “2019 Palladium Coin Offer On Right Now

    • uiucderp2011 says:

      looks like we’re all screwed then, he only had 8 cards LOL!!

      • AnonymousAF says:

        Well my first thought is that this is taking place in Canada under a newly implemented specific policy applying to private sector contractors

        My second thought is I’m currently in the renewal process (DOD) with similar stats on my end so if it turns me into a civilian I’ll let y’all know


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