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Royal Mint - All online orders - Free P&P until 30th Aug £5.00

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If you want to collect facevalue coins, and dont want to pay P&P (like me), guess this is the best deal right now. Link provided is for a £5 Olympic series (2010) coin. you pay £5 for a £5 coin..… Read More
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If you want to collect facevalue coins, and dont want to pay P&P (like me), guess this is the best deal right now.

Link provided is for a £5 Olympic series (2010) coin. you pay £5 for a £5 coin..

Hope you like this.. dont vote cold unless there is a better way for collecting these..!!

Try Special Offer Code FX4B6E for free delivery if it doesn't come up
- aztech
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#1
Give us a clue, how do we get rid of the £2.95 p&p because I can't see any way at all...
#2
I thought the same!!!
#3
Lakeside
Give us a clue, how do we get rid of the £2.95 p&p because I can't see any way at all...

Just add it to basket.. the P&P is not charged..!
Agree that it is still shown on the webpage.. but gets removed once added to basket..!
#4
Onehotxfirefight
I thought the same!!!

Add to basket.. the P&P is not charged..
Just now order both £5 coins..!
#5
This might not mean much... as anyone can componse soo...
but still an excerpt from the order confirmation mail..

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Product Price Quantity Subtotal
The 2009 UK 'Countdown to London 2012' £5 for £5 pack (LUKC1) £5.00 1 £5.00
The 2010 UK 'Countdown to London 2012' £5 for £5 pack (LUKC2) £5.00 1 £5.00
Subtotal £10.00
Delivery £0.00
Total £10.00
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#6
lol worth getting one just to use in supermarket to see the look on cashiers face. Most wont have seen one before.
#7
Shows as free delivery for me. Heat added.
http://i300.photobucket.com/albums/nn3/720p/Clipboard01.jpg

Edited By: Tony Harrison on Aug 14, 2010 01:56: added screenshot
#8
Tony Harrison
Shows as free delivery for me. Heat added.

Cheers... :D
was concerned after lakeside's comments..
#9
instant pub conversation for free!! heat added 8)
1 Like #10
Great, ordered some for the kids, hopefully it will stop them spending it ;)

Try FX4B6E for free delivery if it doesn't come up
#11
I used to work for the BoE, and was regularly given new tender notes when they was issued. This stuff from the mint are worth collecting as they 'normally' will hold their value on limited edition runs..

Have some heat my friend..
#12
can you use these coins in shops?
#13
They are legal tender...but good luck ;o)
#14
queenieburns
can you use these coins in shops?

you sure can
#15
aztech
Great, ordered some for the kids, hopefully it will stop them spending it ;)Try FX4B6E for free delivery if it doesn't come up

Thanks used the code!
#16
queenieburns
can you use these coins in shops?

Yup.. Banks and post office will always accept these coins, at facevalue..
#17
thanks, just the job the kids will love em,
#18
This is a lovely idea. Thanks!
#19
Cheers to the op . Voted hot and ordered
#20
If you have missed browsing the mint site..£5 Olympic series (2009) coin here
3 Likes #21
this is a good idea if anyone wants money from their credit card without extra charges..

some credit cards offer cashback, airmiles, points....
#22
FTCom
I used to work for the BoE, and was regularly given new tender notes when they was issued. This stuff from the mint are worth collecting as they 'normally' will hold their value on limited edition runs..

Have some heat my friend..


"Normaly hold there value".....in twenty years time or how ever long you want £5 will still be worth £5...its legal tender...it may increse as its a collectors coin but it wont decrease below its original value
#23
stephen25uk


"Normaly hold there value".....in twenty years time or how ever long you want £5 will still be worth £5...its legal tender...it may increse as its a collectors coin but it wont decrease below its original value


Inflation?
#24
£5 might be worth £5 in 20 years time, but it'll probably cost a fiver to by a can of drink by then. I just hope we don't adopt the euro, in which case £5 will be worth nothing.
#25
stephen25uk
FTCom
I used to work for the BoE, and was regularly given new tender notes when they was issued. This stuff from the mint are worth collecting as they 'normally' will hold their value on limited edition runs..Have some heat my friend..
"Normaly hold there value".....in twenty years time or how ever long you want £5 will still be worth £5...its legal tender...it may increse as its a collectors coin but it wont decrease below its original value

That depends on what your planning on purchasing and how you want to view it, but from a bank note point of view, you'll be amazed at what collectors will pay for certain cypher numbers...if these coins are a limited run it may be worth a shout...
#26
Stimpson J Cat
£5 might be worth £5 in 20 years time, but it'll probably cost a fiver to by a can of drink by then. I just hope we don't adopt the euro, in which case £5 will be worth nothing.


Pretty sure we will be given a heads up

Edited By: c00li0 on Aug 14, 2010 11:11: Missed word
#27
voted hot....
#28
Ordered 4 coins,but free delivery didn't come up for me,so used the code FX4B6E posted by aztech which worked.
Heat applied.8)
#29
bazr
Ordered 4 coins,but free delivery didn't come up for me,so used the code FX4B6E posted by aztech which worked.
Heat applied.8)

worked for me without codes... but cheers !:3
#30
Voted hot - can't loose on this deal.
#31
This is hot, good find OP! :)
#32
I ordered one too
Can someone tell me if their order is showing up in their account?

Mine isn't.
#33
FTCom
stephen25uk
FTCom
I used to work for the BoE, and was regularly given new tender notes when they was issued. This stuff from the mint are worth collecting as they 'normally' will hold their value on limited edition runs..Have some heat my friend..
"Normaly hold there value".....in twenty years time or how ever long you want £5 will still be worth £5...its legal tender...it may increse as its a collectors coin but it wont decrease below its original value


That depends on what your planning on purchasing and how you want to view it, but from a bank note point of view, you'll be amazed at what collectors will pay for certain cypher numbers...if these coins are a limited run it may be worth a shout...


Well most 'proper' collectors will have bought these ages ago in gold/silver etc, which makes far more sense as rare earth metal prices continue to rocket, these are more for your average joe to feel 'part of the Olympics' Still excellent deal
#34
As a taxpayer if I don't buy this I guess I'd just be paying for everyone elses' postage (_;)
#35
Winner.
2 Likes #36
Use your Points/Airmiles/Cashback credit card to buy loads of coins, get the points or whatever and then pay the coins back into the bank and use to pay off credit card bill. Rinse and repeat.

Voted hot, by the way.

Edited By: GlennTheBaker on Aug 14, 2010 18:24: Forgot to say I voted the deal hot.
#37
t0mm
I ordered one too
Can someone tell me if their order is showing up in their account?

Mine isn't.
No.. they r not shown.. tho I got a confirmation mail..
#38
Thx for the code! Didn't work without it.
banned#39
Excellent, thanks.

Heat added.
#40
GlennTheBaker
Use your Points/Airmiles/Cashback credit card to buy loads of coins, get the points or whatever and then pay the coins back into the bank and use to pay off credit card bill. Rinse and repeat.


Interesting idea. Do we know whether banks will take these readily in large amounts?

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