Deal: NWT silver sale $0.65 over spot

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ONE WEEK ONLY
NWTM-Minted Silver Special -- 65 Cents Over Spot
Through April 20, 2012 at 4pm Pacific Time!

FOR ONE WEEK ONLY, grab our privately minted .999-fine silver at the lowest premium possible - only 65 cents per Troy oz over spot!

For the price of just 65 cents per Troy oz over spot you can get the pure silver bullion minted by Northwest Territorial Mint - bearing either the Northwest Territorial Mint brand, the Pan American Silver Corp. silver hammer, or the Stagecoach of our "divisible" silver - at well over half off our regular premium.
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NWTM 1 oz Round (50+) $33.14
NWTM 1 oz Bar (50+) $33.14
NWTM 5 oz Bar (10+) $165.70
NWTM 10 oz Bar (5+) $331.40
Pan American 1 oz Round (50+) $33.14
Pan American 1 oz Bar (50+) $33.14
Pan American 5 oz Bar (10+) $165.70
Pan American 10 oz Bar (5+) $331.40
Stagecoach 1 oz Bar (50+) $33.14
Stagecoach 1 oz Round (50+) $33.14
NWTM 100 oz Bar $3,314.00
Pan American 100 oz Bar $3,314.00
Minimum order: 50 ounces.
Shipping is free to continental United States.
No added fees, No hidden charges and no extra costs.

Shipping to Alaska and Hawaii: 10c per ounce.
Canada 30c per ounce. Over 500 ounces: 20c per ounce.
http://bullion.nwtmint.com/specials...ail&utm_campaign=nwtm-silver-65-cents&cid=326
 

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Damn it is tempting but it says a minimum of 8 - 10 weeks for delivery. I've heard it has taken even longer than that, right here on our forum. Here.
 

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Yep, they have a notorious reputation for very slow delivery.
 

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I've been noticing a lot of PM "sales". At first, I thought that it was a bad sign, but now I'm thinking that it's just an indication of an increased competitiveness. I'd say there's a real push to get first time buyers in the hopes they will buy more later once they have an established relationship.

Thoughts anyone?
 

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I would guess that, like most every other kind of business, PM dealers need to churn inventory to generate cash flow. Product that sits on the shelf for too long is not good for business. I noticed for example that Apmex put 100ozt Ohio Precious Metals silver bars on sale (reduced premiums). I've been tracking their inventory for months and those bars were not selling like some of the other brands.

That wouldn't apply to the NWT though. They appear to have put their entire inventory on sale and I'm sure they aren't sitting on a full warehouse or they wouldn't have such issues delivering product in a reasonable time frame.

So, I imagine you might be right ID. I know that a lot of specials advertised in magazines (like NRA publications) are from PM dealers looking to establish customer relationships.
 

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I have noticed that immediately after nearly every silver sale at APMEX, the price gets schwacked.....

I'm just saying ;-)
 

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Not that APMEX would know anything in advance though, right? I mean, they are only backed by JPM...
 
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