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Gold Coins Below Spot Price - Gold Canadian Maple Leaf, 2015 Great Britain Gold - YMMV (Need 4X Ebay bucks offer).

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Last Edited by slickdude1234 May 25, 2015 at 09:35 AM
If you have 4x ebay bucks offer you can buy following 3 coins below spot price with your credit card.

If you have chase ink business card you can buy ebay gift with 5% cashback. You can apply up to 500 ebay gc per order.



-- 1 oz Gold Canadian Maple Leaf - Random Year - SKU #87709

Price 1269 - 100 ebay bucks -1% credit card cash back....

http://www.ebay.com/itm/121556286...EBIDX%3AIT


2015 Great Britain Gold 1 oz Britannia BU

Price 1293 - 100 ebay bucks - 1% credit card cash back

http://www.ebay.com/itm/111545707...EBIDX%3AIT


2015 Austria 1 oz Gold Philharmonic Brilliant Uncirculated - SKU #88650

Price 1285 -- 100 ebay bucks - 1% credit card cash back.


http://www.ebay.com/itm/121595158...EBIDX%3AIT

Adding couple of more coins which qualify for ebay bucks.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/141486260...EBIDX%3AIT


http://www.ebay.com/itm/141665655...EBIDX%3AIT
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Last Edited by widgit May 4, 2015 at 11:48 PM
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2015 Austria 1 oz Gold Philharmonic Brilliant Uncirculated - SKU #88650
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#3
can I deposit this into bank?
how can i convert this back to cash?
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it says fifty bucks..so whenever you wanna sell, gimme a ring, i'll give you $51
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Quote from x_lazy View Post :
can I deposit this into bank?
how can i convert this back to cash?
you can't without pawning it at a loss..

so you'll have to hold onto it and watch it first depreciate in value along with gold prices
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Where do I go to see whether or not I have the 4x Ebay bucks offer?
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Quote from slickdude1234 View Post :
If you have chase ink business card you can buy ebay gift with 5% cashback. You can apply up to 500 ebay gc per order.
Thanks for that tip, totally forgot we could do that.
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Quote from blast3d View Post :
it says fifty bucks..so whenever you wanna sell, gimme a ring, i'll give you $51

You might get more takers, if you toss in a few reps t go along with the package. This is SD after all
LMAO
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can I deposit this into bank?
how can i convert this back to cash?
You can sell it online through gold bullion sites like kitco, or you can go to a local pawnshop or gold dealer. You don't pawn it though, you sell it as bullion. Best I've seen is $10 above spot price locally in CA.
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Here is what I calculated based on Gold Prices in India as it is highest demand country for gold (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/financ...ml?image=1)

Gold Price in India today in INR: 2700 / 1 gm (http://www.goldpricesindia.com/)
1 Oz (28.3495 grams) in INR: 2700 * 28.3495 = 76,543.65
1 USD in INRs = 63.63 (from google)
So 1 Oz USD cost of gold in India = 76,543.65/63.63 = ~ USD 1203

eBay is selling it for 1272 (of course with 4x points).

Just some calculations. Has nothing to do with logistics of moving that gold.
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wtf.. since when did ebay start giving ebay bucks for bullion? wish i had the 4x offer..
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op, gold excluded from the 4X offer


*Qualifying purchase excludes all items in the following categories: Classifieds, Business & Industrial, Real Estate, eBay Gift Cards (within the Gift Cards & Coupons category), Bullion (within the Coins & Paper category), and eBay Motors.
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op, gold excluded from the 4X offer


*Qualifying purchase excludes all items in the following categories: Classifieds, Business & Industrial, Real Estate, eBay Gift Cards (within the Gift Cards & Coupons category), Bullion (within the Coins & Paper category), and eBay Motors.
I know from personal experience that the "random year" Maple Leafs are not in the Bullion category. They are considered collectible coins and do earn eBay Bucks. The concern would be getting one of the early .999 fine coins rather than the later .9999 fine.
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op, gold excluded from the 4X offer


*Qualifying purchase excludes all items in the following categories: Classifieds, Business & Industrial, Real Estate, eBay Gift Cards (within the Gift Cards & Coupons category), Bullion (within the Coins & Paper category), and eBay Motors.
did you click on the links i provided? Those coins r not listed in bullion.. you will get the 4c ebay bucks for those 3 coins.. i already made transaction and see in my ebay bucks....
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Quote from ToadKilla View Post :
Here is what I calculated based on Gold Prices in India as it is highest demand country for gold (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/financ...ml?image=1)

Gold Price in India today in INR: 2700 / 1 gm (http://www.goldpricesindia.com/)
1 Oz (28.3495 grams) in INR: 2700 * 28.3495 = 76,543.65
1 USD in INRs = 63.63 (from google)
So 1 Oz USD cost of gold in India = 76,543.65/63.63 = ~ USD 1203

eBay is selling it for 1272 (of course with 4x points).

Just some calculations. Has nothing to do with logistics of moving that gold.
correct me if I am wrong, candian maple leaf 1oz is 31.1030 grams.
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