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    Thumbs up St Patrick's Day Gold (and Silver) offer for RonPaulForums members from Amagi Metals

    I am pleased to announce that Ron Paul Forums is now supporting precious metals dealer AmagiMetals.com by being a part of their affiliate program. AmagiMetals.com carries an assortment of gold, silver and other precious and base metals, including some specialty coins that will be of interest to many of our members. As a show of appreciation, AmagiMetals.com is running a special promotion just for Ron Paul Forum members, detailed below.

    I would like to encourage all members (and guests) to make your future gold and silver purchases though AmagiMetals.com for the following reasons:
    • They are competitively priced. They beat big name shops on comparable products.
    • They are philosophically aligned with our goals, so you'll be supporting a pro-liberty company.
    • They offer some unique pro-liberty products, including silver coins featuring Ron Paul, "End the Fed", Murray Rothbard, American Minuteman, and more.
    • You will help support Ron Paul Forums in future growth in the advancement of liberty (when using our links).
    • They take BitCoin, LiteCoin and DogeCoin.


    Here's the breakdown of the EXCLUSIVE offer for Ron Paul Forums members, available all week, starting Monday at 10am MST:

    * Free shipping on all orders containing 1/10 oz of gold or more. Use PROMO CODE: RPFGOLD

    * Every member that places any type of order can add the PROMO CODE: RPFRAFFLE this will enter them into a raffle that will accumulate all orders from RPF and by the end of the week AmagiMetals.com will draw 3 names from that batch of orders so they can win a "stand for Liberty" shirt.


    I have talked with their staff personally and see our affiliation can be a good thing for all pro-liberty parties involved, I hope you agree.

    To check them out, click on the banner below or use the one on the front page:
    <a href="http://www.amagimetals.com/?acc=7cbbc409ec990f19c78c75bd1e06f215&bannerid=7" target="_blank"><img src="http://www.amagimetals.com/js/magestore/affiliateplus/banner.php?id=7&account_id=79&store_id=1" title="Ron Paul - Fiscal Responsibility - Sound Money" width="728" height="90" /></a>




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    Quote Originally Posted by Bryan View Post
    I am pleased to announce that Ron Paul Forums is now supporting precious metals dealer AmagiMetals.com by being a part of their affiliate program. AmagiMetals.com carries an assortment of gold, silver and other precious and base metals, including some specialty coins that will be of interest to many of our members. As a show of appreciation, AmagiMetals.com is running a special promotion just for Ron Paul Forum members, detailed below.

    I would like to encourage all members (and guests) to make your future gold and silver purchases though AmagiMetals.com for the following reasons:
    • They are competitively priced. They beat big name shops on comparable products.
    • They are philosophically aligned with our goals, so you'll be supporting a pro-liberty company.
    • They offer some unique pro-liberty products, including silver coins featuring Ron Paul, "End the Fed", Murray Rothbard, American Minuteman, and more.
    • You will help support Ron Paul Forums in future growth in the advancement of liberty (when using our links).
    • They take BitCoin, LiteCoin and DogeCoin.


    Here's the breakdown of the EXCLUSIVE offer for Ron Paul Forums members, available all week, starting Monday at 10am MST:

    * Free shipping on all orders containing 1/10 oz of gold or more. Use PROMO CODE: RPFGOLD

    * Every member that places any type of order can add the PROMO CODE: RPFRAFFLE this will enter them into a raffle that will accumulate all orders from RPF and by the end of the week AmagiMetals.com will draw 3 names from that batch of orders so they can win a "stand for Liberty" shirt.


    I have talked with their staff personally and see our affiliation can be a good thing for all pro-liberty parties involved, I hope you agree.

    To check them out, click on the banner below or use the one on the front page:
    <a href="http://www.amagimetals.com/?acc=7cbbc409ec990f19c78c75bd1e06f215&bannerid=7" target="_blank"><img src="http://www.amagimetals.com/js/magestore/affiliateplus/banner.php?id=7&account_id=79&store_id=1" title="Ron Paul - Fiscal Responsibility - Sound Money" width="728" height="90" /></a>




    Thank you!
    Hi all, Megan from Amagi Metals. The promotion codes will be available starting at 10am MST today.

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    That's great !!! I was just trying to get their information a couple of days ago on another thread.

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    I've never purchased gold before, only silver. What should I buy? Some type of coin?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MegD4Freedom View Post
    Hi all, Megan from Amagi Metals. The promotion codes will be available starting at 10am MST today.
    Where is the option to add the promo code? I almost finished the whole checkout process and never saw it.
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    I don't think the promo code applies to silver orders, but there is a place to enter the promo code in the shopping cart. Also, if you're paying by PayPal there is a PP processing fee, so keep an eye on that. You might rather send a money order than to pay that fee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jurgs01 View Post
    Where is the option to add the promo code? I almost finished the whole checkout process and never saw it.
    It should be on the Checkout screen, it's listed as "Discount Codes", just to the left of the Grand Total - sorry if that was causing confusion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dianne View Post
    I don't think the promo code applies to silver orders, but there is a place to enter the promo code in the shopping cart. Also, if you're paying by PayPal there is a PP processing fee, so keep an eye on that. You might rather send a money order than to pay that fee.
    You have to have at least 1/10 oz of gold to get the free shipping (about $150 purchase), but you can add silver to your order after that and get the free shipping on it.

    Also, if you just buy silver you can still get in the raffle.

    You are correct on the paypal / credit card processing fee, all the big dealers do this, that I've seen. The margins are too small to not, many gun shops do the same.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dianne View Post
    I've never purchased gold before, only silver. What should I buy? Some type of coin?
    It's a really good question, and there is no prefect answer, which is why there are many options. Really, it comes down to your desired purpose, objective and personal tastes.

    One key thing to look at is the cost over "spot" for each item. Gold and silver markets have a "spot" price that is ever changing and established by certain insiders in the markets. It's a long story / issue, but it drive the market prices. All gold and silver is then sold at some mark-up over spot, which will depend upon the market demand for that particular item, and possibly other factors.

    A good baseline to look at is the one ounce American Eagle round coins that are minted by the US government. They have very good market demand but have a higher price over spot, so you could consider other options, but you might not like them as much since they might not be as accepted in a secondary market-- which is really another factor to consider.

    An option for larger silver purchases is to look at larger bars, such as 100oz bars. They can get you lower prices per oz, but they can't be divide as easy of course. Is that an issue for you? It might not be a good choice if this is all you have.

    Often the cheapest way to get silver is with "junk" coin purchases, these are often just old US coins that were made with silver (as a percent of total weight). So here, you're getting silver for cheap, but not in 100% (or 99.999% pure) form, so it might not be what you want either. They aren't shiny and new either.

    Specialty coins generally cost a little bit more, but you're paying the extra for something you really like and can show off, or use as an educational tool, etc. If it's worth the extra cost, buy it.

    So that's a very, very 101 primer. I'm sure others can provide a lot more info, but feel free to post any more questions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ctiger2 View Post
    Thanks! Nice site, and it shows they are beating the big shops easily, and within a hair of others if not beating them too, based on real-time updates. Of course that doesn't get into volume discounts or shipping but it's a good place to start. Again, given all the other benefits I listed, for a hair more I'd go with the pro-liberty outfit... but yes, they have to stay competitive.
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    I just want to say that I have dealt with Amagi Metals before and I was completely happy with the transaction.

    I won't be able to take part in this promotion(funds )but I look forward to dealing with them again and I highly recommend them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bryan View Post
    It's a really good question, and there is no prefect answer, which is why there are many options. Really, it comes down to your desired purpose, objective and personal tastes.

    One key thing to look at is the cost over "spot" for each item. Gold and silver markets have a "spot" price that is ever changing and established by certain insiders in the markets. It's a long story / issue, but it drive the market prices. All gold and silver is then sold at some mark-up over spot, which will depend upon the market demand for that particular item, and possibly other factors.

    A good baseline to look at is the one ounce American Eagle round coins that are minted by the US government. They have very good market demand but have a higher price over spot, so you could consider other options, but you might not like them as much since they might not be as accepted in a secondary market-- which is really another factor to consider.

    An option for larger silver purchases is to look at larger bars, such as 100oz bars. They can get you lower prices per oz, but they can't be divide as easy of course. Is that an issue for you? It might not be a good choice if this is all you have.

    Often the cheapest way to get silver is with "junk" coin purchases, these are often just old US coins that were made with silver (as a percent of total weight). So here, you're getting silver for cheap, but not in 100% (or 99.999% pure) form, so it might not be what you want either. They aren't shiny and new either.

    Specialty coins generally cost a little bit more, but you're paying the extra for something you really like and can show off, or use as an educational tool, etc. If it's worth the extra cost, buy it.

    So that's a very, very 101 primer. I'm sure others can provide a lot more info, but feel free to post any more questions.
    Thanks, that was really helpful !! I'm leaning towards the american silver eagles, only because if a dollar crash and we move to a new form of currency; those coins seem to sell quickly on eBay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dianne View Post
    Thanks, that was really helpful !! I'm leaning towards the american silver eagles, only because if a dollar crash and we move to a new form of currency; those coins seem to sell quickly on eBay.
    Great, glad it helped.


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    I've purchased from them several times using bitcoin, they are great.
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    They have really good prices for Silver Eagles!
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