London 2012 (50p coins) Sports Collection excluding delivery charges £2.99 @ Royal Mint
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London 2012 (50p coins) Sports Collection excluding delivery charges £2.99 @ Royal Mint

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Found 22nd Jul 2012
(delivery not included) in-store at most postoffice branches.

- A brilliant memento of London 2012 to share with all your friends and family

- Official Product of London 2012

Collect them all
The London 2012 50p Football coin

The Football 50p Pack is the perfect gift for children and adults alike to commemorate the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games – collect all 29 coins and have fun filling up your Collector Album.

The Football 50p coin, designed by Neil Wolfson, comes in a fun and vibrant pack, making the London 2012 Sports Collection a special set of coins for all the family.

25 Comments

Wheres the deal here? £2.99 for a coin worth 50p!and a extra £2.95 delivery charge

Move along, nothing to see here.

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Wheres the deal here? £2.99 for a coin worth 50p!and a extra £2.95 d … Wheres the deal here? £2.99 for a coin worth 50p!and a extra £2.95 delivery charge


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Wheres the deal here? £2.99 for a coin worth 50p!and a extra £2.95 d … Wheres the deal here? £2.99 for a coin worth 50p!and a extra £2.95 delivery charge



While I agree to a certain extent, the coin will be worth far more than it's 50p face value to many people.

U can find that coins in local shops soon.. for 50p

6 coins for 2.99 thats the deal

I've found loads of olympic coins in my change, I'd rather keep checking my change than pay £6 o.O

what a con

I love the coldness here from some, it's a collectible, so not a deal per se, I think if you collected al the set, pass it onto your child grandchild as a heirloom in good nick, in 74 years, minimum time we have olympics again they'll be worth a few quid euros dollars or whenever Chinese currency is!

they'll be stuck in a drawer , forgot about and never increase in value.

+ once they have your details you'll get loads of junk mail

It isn't 6 coins but 1 coin for £2.99, that is not a hot deal. People do collect these but surely you can just go to your local bank and ask for them at face value?? I presume the PO ones come in presentation packs?

"A brilliant memento of London 2012 to share with all your friends and family"

I think the bill for the Olympics is far more of a lasting memento, sadly.

seriously though, if enough people go for this deal, this could save our broken economy

buy new 50p coins for 6 times the value of the old 50p coins

get in quick because in a few weeks time only money bearing the olympic logo will be legal tender

it's like the opposite of quantitative easing

But the football one has the offside rule explained. Surely that's worth its weight in gold/silver/bronze?

Sorry - only sponsors are allowed to buy these.

Brilliant deal........for the Royal Mint!

You will automatically be placed on their mailing list. Prepare yourself for endless spam in the post and emails, asking you to buy a new coin at a discount price. A scam company, steer clear.

This is freezing cold! As well as being extortionate, its cheaper at the modelzone where they are doing 3 for 2 on olympic merchandise!

I would be more than happy to forget the Olympics, even before it starts.

Someone at work trying to sell the Olympic 50p coins at £1.50 a go! Only difference is, hers are slightly scratched etc as they've already been in circulation.

Some people... seriously!

Banned

Dont do it to yourself. Crooked company

-481 deg so far tells you what sort od deal this is

The Royal Mint missed an opportunity to do some good and prevent all those robbing swines selling 50p's for far more then face value (probably all bank staff etc). All they had to do was to offer to sell the olympic 50p's (circullation ones) for say 75p + p&p, so people could complete collections, they could have donated some of the profits to charity and hey presto nobody else would have been able to sell each coin for more then 75p on ebay or wherever! ;o)

Completely agree "Where's the deal here? £2.99 for a coin worth 50p! and a extra £2.95 delivery charge - what a rip off!!!

i bought a couple of the £5 ones because they were £5 for £5 but this is just daft
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