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I have an idea of getting silver near spot price without spending too much money.


Mahir

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If 1 person wants 100g of silver, he will have to pay £70.

If 20 people want 100g of silver, they will have to pay £70 each.

But if 1 person orders 5 in bulk on behalf of the other 4, they will have to pay £60 each.

This example is of a small scale but on a larger scale, could this be a good way to buy bullion for cheap?

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46 minutes ago, Mahir said:

If 1 person wants 100g of silver, he will have to pay £70.

If 20 people want 100g of silver, they will have to pay £70 each.

But if 1 person orders 5 in bulk on behalf of the other 4, they will have to pay £60 each.

This example is of a small scale but on a larger scale, could this be a good way to buy bullion for cheap?

We already do this.😉😉

Visit my website for all my Hand Poured Silver: http://backyardbullion.com

And check out my YouTube channel 

https://www.youtube.com/backyardbullion

 

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9 hours ago, Mahir said:

If 1 person wants 100g of silver, he will have to pay £70.

If 20 people want 100g of silver, they will have to pay £70 each.

But if 1 person orders 5 in bulk on behalf of the other 4, they will have to pay £60 each.

This example is of a small scale but on a larger scale, could this be a good way to buy bullion for cheap?

Good idea, but as you can see we have been doing this on the forum for a while ;) all thanks to @BackyardBullion

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I have an idea of getting silver without spending too much money.

If 1 person wants 100g of silver, he will have to pay £70.

If 20 people want 100g of silver, they will have to pay £70 each.

But if 1 person has a friggin huge drill you can get it all for free :)

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On 22/06/2019 at 18:39, mr-dead said:

I have an idea of getting silver without spending too much money.

If 1 person wants 100g of silver, he will have to pay £70.

If 20 people want 100g of silver, they will have to pay £70 each.

But if 1 person has a friggin huge drill you can get it all for free :)

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😁

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On 21/06/2019 at 21:28, HawkHybrid said:

 

We don't pay bulk prices as the op was suggesting though so it is a little different.  Any saving isn't made by buying in bulk and receiving a cheaper price it's from sharing the shipping and assuming the local postage doesn't bring the price over the cost of shipping for you alone from the dealer.

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On 22/06/2019 at 18:56, Xander said:

And all the time in the word to think about spending it...behind bars.😎

The gang got an average of seven years each, meaning 31/2 to 4 years inside. Up to £200 million stolen, lets call it £70 million, as no one has ever over reported. Some has been found, but at least £45 million has not, £45 million between the members, adds up to around £7 million each or about £2 million a year, with room and board included! Plus that money is tax free!😋 

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On 21/06/2019 at 21:17, Mahir said:

If 1 person wants 100g of silver, he will have to pay £70.

If 20 people want 100g of silver, they will have to pay £70 each.

But if 1 person orders 5 in bulk on behalf of the other 4, they will have to pay £60 each.

This example is of a small scale but on a larger scale, could this be a good way to buy bullion for cheap?

And thus another bullion dealer was created...

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