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Buying coins

Buying coins

  1. Anonymous

    The canadian mint has a program where you can buy $100 coins for $100, as well as with $20 and $50. They accept credit cards however the maximum purchase is 3 of each type of coin (theres about 30 types). does this seem like potential for getting lots of points just for buying the coins with a card then paying off the card with the coins

  2. Gaurav

    Seems like a no brainer although the limits act as a built in speedbreaker.

  3. David W

    If you’re based in Canada, this could be great.

    If you’re US based though, youre buying Canadian dollars, which cant be used to pay off a US bill unless you sell the currency to the bank, which isnt at market rate or the rate you’re buying it.

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