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    Cheapest place to buy gold bullion online?

    I am interested to know of any hidden gems you guys know of, where the price+S&H comes out the cheapest for 1oz gold bars in assay cards (PAMP Suisse, OPM, Sunshine Mint, Perth Mint etc.). In my experience, and I have done a LOT of digging (pun intended), the cheapest I've seen so far is goldmart.com. I have compared prices with several competitors like JM Bullion, DBS Coins, Provident Metals, Amagi Metals, and Apmex, and Gold Mart always seems to be the cheapest. Apmex is always ridiculously high. Gold is after all gold, wherever you buy it from..

    Thoughts?



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    Gold is after all gold, wherever you buy it from..
    As long as you are sure it is gold and that it is solid gold, otherwise you might be getting ripped off.

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    Here's a site that tracks a few:
    https://comparegoldprices.com

    Also Check the shipping rates,they vary.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RickyJ View Post
    As long as you are sure it is gold and that it is solid gold, otherwise you might be getting ripped off.
    All the sites I mentioned are legit.

    Quote Originally Posted by mad cow View Post
    Here's a site that tracks a few:
    https://comparegoldprices.com

    Also Check the shipping rates,they vary.
    Good site. Their best price for a 1oz bar was an OPM for $1,217.95 at BGASC and with $12.95 S&H, it comes up to $1230.90. At Gold Mart, it is $1,214.20+$15.95 (S&H)=$1,230.15. Gold Mart still wins, albeit by a small margin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lib3rtarian View Post
    In my experience, and I have done a LOT of digging (pun intended), the cheapest I've seen so far is goldmart.com.
    I wouldn't trust them. I've read a fair number of reports online of people having orders arrive short of product. I think the company has remedied it all eventually but after much hassle and delay. That isn't worth a couple bucks to me.

    Quote Originally Posted by lib3rtarian View Post
    Gold is after all gold, wherever you buy it from..
    Yeah, as long as it actually arrives.

    Edit: also, they threaten legal action against forums where people post about their bad experiences with them.
    Last edited by specsaregood; 12-19-2013 at 10:13 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mad cow View Post
    Also Check the shipping rates,they vary.
    This.

    Also, look at the different prices they have depending on method of payment. They tend to charge higher premiums if you pay with credit card. And some may be better with one payment method while others are better with another. And you may have one place where their cheaper price requires you to do a bank wire transfer, where others let you send a personal check. If the personal check is a lot more convenient for you, it might be worth a few extra bucks.

    And look for sales. I'd say APMEX is usually decent, but you can usually do better. But they also sometimes have specials that give them the edge, like a day of free shipping or something like that.

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    Gainesvillecoins.com

    Apmex.com

    Providentmetals.com

    All are great places to compare. Gainesville usually have the lowest prices of the 3. I believe they all offer free shipping over 5 or 6 thousand dollars. All are fast too.
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    JM Bullion is offering free shipping throughout the Holidays.
    I have dealt with them before and I was always happy with the experience.

    http://www.jmbullion.com
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    I like www.amagimetals.com, they take bitcoin as well.
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