Royal Canadian Mint Royal Canadian Mint: Get Five Vimy Ridge Commemorative $2.00 Coins for $10.00 Battle of Vimy Ridge Circulation Coin Pack $10!

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In honour of the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge, the Royal Canadian Mint has unveiled a new $2.00 commemorative coin and you can get a pack of five for $10.00!

This nifty coin pack contains five limited-edition toonies, with artwork of the Canadian National Vimy Memorial flanked by a WWI soldier on the left and a veteran soldier on the right. All five coins are sealed, making this set a great gift for coin collectors or to own as a keepsake.

While you do get equal dollar-for-dollar value and no tax is charged, you'll have to pay for shipping and handling, which was a reasonable $2.99 for shipping to Toronto.

This offer is available for a limited time only and there's a limit of one coin pack per customer. Mintage is limited and coin packs are only available while supplies last, so get yours before they're gone!

Don't want to pay for shipping? These commemorative toonies will also go into general circulation, so watch for them in your change!

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    • Thanks OP! While not a deal, per se, these kinds of posts are fun for gifts and collectors!

      We now have currency with a Royal Enfield on it! :D
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    • no free shipping?
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    • bryan35 wrote:
      Oct 5th, 2017 4:40 pm
      no free shipping?
      There's probably a code somewhere that gives free shipping for new accounts. Mint usually gives that for brand new accounts
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    • tew wrote:
      Oct 5th, 2017 4:47 pm
      May as well add 125th anniversary of the Stanley Cup pack for $2.50 since the shipping charge for both is the same as just for the Vimy Ridge set alone.
      http://www.mint.ca/store/campaign/Stanl ... ation_base_&
      There's going to be a 100th anniversary Toronto maple leafs loonie 5 pack coming soon as well
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    • Honest question: my buddy went on a binge a few years back and dropped $10,000 on mint coins. Is there any real way for him to sell it all off without a loss. He has complete collections and rare curulation numbers.
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    • oKAVEMANo wrote:
      Oct 5th, 2017 7:03 pm
      Honest question: my buddy went on a binge a few years back and dropped $10,000 on mint coins. Is there any real way for him to sell it all off without a loss. He has complete collections and rare curulation numbers.
      To be completely honest, it's not likely. There were as select few coins that have gone up in price since release (glass bee, 2oz voyager, etc.), but even most official RCM dealers have trouble selling brand new coins at MSRP. He can probably get more money selling on eBay or locally, but selling directly to a dealer is also an option. Expect anywhere from a 25-50% decrease in value depending on what he purchased and where he sells.
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    • Thanked. Ordered. I had manufactured spending in mint.ca from last year with many coins at face value and got some (master?) status, so now have free shipping.
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    • Anyone find free shipping?
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    • Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori
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    • Ordered, along with the 25-cent Stanley Cup Coin Pack.
      Shipping was $2.99
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    • oKAVEMANo wrote:
      Oct 5th, 2017 7:03 pm
      Honest question: my buddy went on a binge a few years back and dropped $10,000 on mint coins. Is there any real way for him to sell it all off without a loss. He has complete collections and rare curulation numbers.
      aye carumba :facepalm:
      If they were all $20 for 20 deals then he can get face value out of them but if not your out a lot of money
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    • oKAVEMANo wrote:
      Oct 5th, 2017 7:03 pm
      Honest question: my buddy went on a binge a few years back and dropped $10,000 on mint coins. Is there any real way for him to sell it all off without a loss. He has complete collections and rare curulation numbers.
      Let him know about bullion next time. We got the finest gold and silver in the world... .9999 purity vs most .999 😎
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    • oKAVEMANo wrote:
      Oct 5th, 2017 7:03 pm
      Honest question: my buddy went on a binge a few years back and dropped $10,000 on mint coins. Is there any real way for him to sell it all off without a loss. He has complete collections and rare curulation numbers.
      Do a search for your local Numismatic Society. There are often collectors that will help you find a buyer for a fare price.
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    • The orginal poster said 70,000 was the mintage yet I only see 10,000 referenced as the mintage.

      Not a coin collector... perhaps, there is a reason to multiply 10,000 by 7?
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    • Free shipping code ?

      They add $2.99 shipping + $0.39 tax for letter mail.
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    • DrunkenStupor wrote:
      Oct 7th, 2017 7:38 pm
      The orginal poster said 70,000 was the mintage yet I only see 10,000 referenced as the mintage.

      Not a coin collector... perhaps, there is a reason to multiply 10,000 by 7?
      If you click on the link, the description on the Mint website says 70000.
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    • Jon Lai wrote:
      Oct 7th, 2017 8:37 pm
      If you click on the link, the description on the Mint website says 70000.
      Thanks buddy.
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