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FREE Princess Diana 60th Birthday Coin (£2.50 P&P)
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FREE Princess Diana 60th Birthday Coin (£2.50 P&P)

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This post has been updated by Lydia (Team Latest Deals).

You can get this Diana 60th Birthday The People's Princess Coin for FREE at the London Mint Office, all you need to do is cover the £2.50 delivery charge.

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2021 marks what would have been Princess Diana's 60th Birthday, so to celebrate her remarkable legacy, the London Mint Office have released this limited edition coin. If you are a fan of the people's princess, or know someone who admired her, this coin would be a lovely way to remember her, and the impact she had on the world.

The coin is limited edition, and exclusive to the London Mint Office. It serves as a tribute to Diana in what would have been her 60th year. You can order one coin per household for free, and you only need to cover the delivery costs of £2.50.

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Product Details:

- A FREE gift to the nation (just £2.50 postage)

- A stunning tribute to ‘The People’s Princess’, Diana in the 60th anniversary of her birth

- Limited edition and struck to a magnificent collector quality

- Available exclusively from The London Mint Office

- Your purchase is protected by The London Mint Office 14-day “no quibble” guarantee

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shawthing1967
shawthing19673 weeks ago

Read the reviews on here, and trust pilot about The London Mint Office.....buyers be very careful

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Alice8989
Alice89893 weeks ago

shawthing1967 absolutely, their CS is very aggressive and buyers will find themselves receiving many emails and letters advertising more "exclusive" products that are in limited quantities but thankfully they are the first to be told of this exclusive deal. Avoid if possible or if you order, then ensure that it is not part of a set - else please be very diligent about cancelling future purchases.

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PaulaG
PaulaG2 weeks ago

Alice8989 when applying for freebies use an alternate e mail. Not your main one. Letters you can just throw in bin. NEVER give your phone number. Then you get your freebie without the follow up harrasment !!

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Alice8989
Alice89892 weeks ago

PaulaG Agreed. Thankfully, I only have to deal with letters now but they just keep coming in. They're just a nuisance as far as I am concerned.

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Bluefish
Bluefish2 weeks ago

My aunt loves collecting coins, will let her know about this

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kirsty31xxx
kirsty31xxx2 weeks ago

I wouldn't I got the elvis one off this page and they keep trying to charge me full price for it saying it wasn't in the offer and that do not trust not worth it x

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overutopia
overutopia2 weeks ago

Just read the reviews over the last few days before you even think of applying.

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nicolajaynehend
nicolajaynehend2 weeks ago

While back I ordered a free coin and they kept on sending me nore coins which I did not want it too a long time to get it started but I still had to pay £30.00 so please be very careful when ordereding this coin once in there loop its very very hard to get out of it 🤔🤔🤔

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HappyTravels
HappyTravels2 weeks ago

nicolajaynehend thanks for commenting. I’m always tempted by things like this and wonder if there is any catch.

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subdub
subdub2 weeks ago

" A FREE gift to the nation". Yeah, just like a Nigerian Prince scam is a gift to the nation.

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Loopylegs
Loopylegs2 weeks ago

I usually get all these free coins. You can opt out of subscribing to monthly coins by ticking the box. Then all you pay is postage. I get these everytime they pop up for my grandson. Thanks for sharing this 💖

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GreatDealsFind
GreatDealsFind2 weeks ago

Purchased it now. Its like souvenior. Great find. Thanks for posting this deal

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kraton007
kraton0072 weeks ago

I've had immense issues with these before, kept sending me coins to buy or return, they bill you if the coins are not sent back in time.

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MellonE
MellonE2 weeks ago

I got charged 2x for a coin. One was £17.99 and the other £29.99. They were the same coin.

The customer service is abysmal. Avoid!!!

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