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New James Bond "Diamonds are Forever" bullion bars


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9 minutes ago, Gordy said:

ive ran out of reactions again!!!!!! ffs 😂

I seriously have no idea why I bought one, I don’t have any of the other 007 coins/bars but rushed to buy one none the less 🤣 maybe I should reevaluate my life.

 

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5 minutes ago, Mrpound said:

I seriously have no idea why I bought one, I don’t have any of the other 007 coins/bars but rushed to buy one none the less 🤣 maybe I should reevaluate my life.

 

I cant even react haha, i like them, James bond fans will probs want them but at £35.00 ish inc VAT can you make anything?

It does not matter how slowly you go so long as you do not stop.

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45 minutes ago, TeaTime said:

The repeated 'forever' really irks me 🤨.

I could never never never never never never buy a 007 bar with 6 x "forever" 's repeating, when it should be 3 x "forever" 's repeating, as per the intro in the bond film!! 😅

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9 hours ago, Gordy said:

I cant even react haha, i like them, James bond fans will probs want them but at £35.00 ish inc VAT can you make anything?

Including postage it cost me just shy of £38 so I don’t think there would be much room for profit, I could be wrong but though down the line 👍

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9 minutes ago, Mrpound said:

It wasn’t for me 🤣 am I doing something wrong 😑 

It's more likely to be them doing something wrong. Worth phoning them to get the delivery fee back, as on the 1oz silver bar page it quite clearly says (without any limitations):

FREE DELIVERY

Free UK delivery on all bullion products to your registered address

 

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I can't stress this enough about bullion - 

DO NOT BUY FROM ROYAL MINT DIRECTLY  - EVER !!  (Please imagine that in a high pitch shrieky voice) 

Once these hit secondary suppliers, they'll be considerably less. 

Just my two pence worth. 

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19 minutes ago, paulmerton said:

It's more likely to be them doing something wrong. Worth phoning them to get the delivery fee back, as on the 1oz silver bar page it quite clearly says (without any limitations):

FREE DELIVERY

Free UK delivery on all bullion products to your registered address

 

I’ll see if I can work my magic 🤣

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14 hours ago, GoldenGriffin said:

I could never never never never never never buy a 007 bar with 6 x "forever" 's repeating, when it should be 3 x "forever" 's repeating, as per the intro in the bond film!! 😅

Maybe the press had a stutter, made by Arkwright in open all hours!

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Just now, Mrpound said:

I was told by royal mint that free delivery to this item only applies when you spend more than £250 🤔

I had a similar problem once. I pointed out that the website said it would be free, with no mention of any minimum spend, and they gave me the money back and within a few hours they had corrected the misleading text on the website.

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7 minutes ago, paulmerton said:

I had a similar problem once. I pointed out that the website said it would be free, with no mention of any minimum spend, and they gave me the money back and within a few hours they had corrected the misleading text on the website.

Dont tell barry or he will be all aboard the outrage bus

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