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FREE Queen's Jubilee Coin (£2.50 delivery)
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FREE Queen's Jubilee Coin (£2.50 delivery)

Available from The London Mint Office
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Latest Deals has worked with London Mint Office to bring you this amazing deal.

You can get this free coin to mark The Queen's Jubilee, which is the first in British history! All you have to pay for is £2.50 to cover the postage fee. This fantastic coin features a first-of-its-kind platinum portrait of Queen Elizabeth II on one side and the royal coat of arms on the other.

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The design of this coin is absolutely stunning and has been expertly crafted to a high Collector's quality. Due to high demand, it's limited to one per household so hurry whilst stocks last!

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You can click to place your order simply by entering in your details and selecting whether or not you want to receive offers via email. Once you click Order Your Free Coin, you'll be given the option to upgrade to the Premium Pack. This allows you to get the coin layered in pure 24-carat Fairmined gold for £19.95, plus the £2.50 delivery fee. If don't want this option however, you can click NO to only pay £2.50.

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Deepak
Deepak
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4 months ago

Worked for me

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MrsPacker
MrsPacker4 months ago

I have sent for the free platinum jubilee coin which I will give to my niece. I like the fact that you only have to pay for the coin if you decide to keep it but if you don't want to keep the coin then you can return it an owe nothing. It will be a piece of history because no other monach has been on the throne for 70 years. Bless you sophiereddy and many thanks for the share. The coin is free and you just pay postage and packing.

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marie009
marie0094 months ago

MrsPacker But beware that if you do keep it they will continue to send you the coins that follow this to complete the set and take payment like a subscription and the minute you want to take a Break from the Collection and at a later date want another of these Coins they Refuse, I have spent hundreds of pounds on sets that I was happy to get each Month, Then my Mum was unwell and I stopped the coins Because I was not going to be home when they arrived and rather have them sent and then returned because no one was here to get them I asked them to stop the collection and I would get back to them if I wanted to start collecting again I filled the application form and when I went to pay I got oops something went wrong, Then I got an email saying my order was Declined 🤷🏻‍♀️ I certainly don’t owe them anything obviously they want me to pickup from where I stopped the collection, Your not obligated to continue with the collection or at least that’s what they tell you, I know full well that if I Ring them they will say I have missed ex amounts of sets due to stopping so if I want this one I have to go back to the years I stopped them.

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nicenurse21
nicenurse214 months ago

marie009 Sorry to hear about this 🙈 such bad practice ! But as the saying goes, there's nothing for nothing - so think on 🎇

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JenniferMa88814
JenniferMa888143 months ago

MrsPacker so what your saying is the coin isn’t free then? 🤔

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MrsPacker
MrsPacker3 months ago

JenniferMa88814 the coin is free and you just pay postage and packing.

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jonlad
jonlad3 months ago

MrsPacker I am a bit confused on now, is there any further obligation, or just the 2.50 p & p, I really hope there will be no debits taken for a subscription?

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MrsPacker
MrsPacker3 months ago

jonlad just the 2.50 postage and packing.

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jonlad
jonlad3 months ago

MrsPacker thanks, I think clicking no is essential, just checked and all seems ok!

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Jasmine111
Jasmine1114 months ago

Thanks for sharing this freebie will check in a bit😊

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TractorGirl327
TractorGirl3274 months ago

I've had these free coins before. Put a fake phone number in because otherwise you will be INUNDATED with sales calls trying to flog you more expensive coins.

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JoTarpley
JoTarpley4 months ago

I'm surprised how many people are 'liking' this post to be honest, I've posted many 'Free' Coins from London Mint and had to put up with a lot of criticism, I wonder why this is different with '19 likes' to date 🤔

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nicenurse21
nicenurse214 months ago

JoTarpley I did wonder too lol , nice keepsake from Gibraltar. Won'y be worth anything in years to come because it was produced in such high numbers and everyone that bought it will keep it. Little keepsake to remember Liz by though :-)

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jonlad
jonlad3 months ago

nicenurse21 agree, nice little coin to keep.

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ginrose444
ginrose4444 months ago

Thanks for sharing this deal have just ordered many thanks

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marie009
marie0094 months ago

The only downside with these is once you get one they hound you every month for you to complete the whole set, I have a Few different sets But wanted a Break from them and so I stopped them, I saw a Different set that I was interested in and was willing to start a new collection and when I filled out the application I was refused. So just be cautious because I owe them nothing at all because they take payment automatically anyway so as I said I stopped the collection for a break which they say you are not obligated to doing regular collections but obviously it’s a lie

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Shelton
Shelton4 months ago

marie009,

It's more like a subscription buying platform.

They just want you in the loop for infinite 😂..

Even though, you have the option to cancel - it's just a hassle to deal with..

As the old saying 'There's no such thing as a free lunch'...!

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nicenurse21
nicenurse214 months ago

Shelton Quite agree there with you, an offer to reel you in !

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marie009
marie0094 months ago

nicenurse21 Agree 100% I do wonder how many people on here who have said they have bought the coin actually realise that it’s a subscription type of thing, They should actually make that clear when they advertise they are always on TV saying get your Free Coin for the price of the postage, What they don’t say is they will send you every month the next coin that goes in that Collection

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nicenurse21
nicenurse214 months ago

marie009 Have you reported your experience to trading standards ? would be interesting to see what they make of it :=)

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JoTarpley
JoTarpley4 months ago

marie009 I see a lot of coins advertised on TV too but they are not London Mint, there is The Royal Mint and I think The Westminster Collection are doing one now, I'm pretty sure I've never seen the London Mint advertise on TV!

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marie009
marie0094 months ago

JoTarpley I have seen the London Mint adverts on TV. They are all the same Each time anyone Applies for the so called Free Coin is Actually consenting to a Subscription service, You will get each coin in the set every Month

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marie009
marie0094 months ago

JoTarpley 8.3 – When you purchase a subscription, you will be given the option to nominate a credit or debit card which can be used to process payment for future coin shipments. If you choose not to opt for this service, you will be sent an invoice requesting payment for each subsequent coin issue. Recurring payment agreements for our subscription services are covered in the continuous payment authority section of our website. <<< This is from the terms and conditions

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sophiereddy
sophiereddy
LD Team
4 months ago

marie009 This specific coin isn't an automatic subscription, though it does give you the option to upgrade it for £19.95. I've added that into the description now for clarity.

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marie009
marie0094 months ago

sophiereddy it is a subscription every coin they do has a Follow on coin Because they all belong in a Set

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Moon09
Moon094 months ago

marie009 yes it’s true. They do to everyone. It’s difficult to stop them.

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marie009
marie0094 months ago

sophiereddy The Above post is From the Coin website

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Loopylegs
Loopylegs4 months ago

This is a really good deal. Off to order mine. Thank you for sharing this 💖

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suebeau
suebeau4 months ago

Thankyou

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suebeau
suebeau4 months ago

Thanks

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suebeau
suebeau4 months ago

Ordered

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sarah4701
sarah47014 months ago

Thanks for sharing this, will have a look into this in a bit thanks again

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rubydooby
rubydooby4 months ago

This looks really good and exciting thanks for sharing. I’ll defo be ordering one as I think it will be a good thing to have in the future.

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jjgplatinum
jjgplatinum4 months ago

The comments on this are scaring me a little bit. I have just purchased this for £2.50, thinking it was a one off payment. Am I going to be part of a subscription that I don't want to be part of now????!!?

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sophiereddy
sophiereddy
LD Team
4 months ago

jjgplatinum If you've paid £2.50, you shouldn't be charged again. I believe the confusion may be because there's an option to upgrade the coin for £19.95, therefore this would cost £22.45 instead. I've added this into the description for clarity.

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marie009
marie0094 months ago

sophiereddy it’s a Monthly coin every coin is part of a Set they reel people in with the Free Coin for the price of postage and every Month another coin will Arrive

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HEDGEHOGS
HEDGEHOGS4 months ago

This coin looks really nice, my partner loves this sort of thing so will order one for him.

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MaxineChidlow
MaxineChidlow4 months ago

Ive just purchased the Diana one that was only meant to be postage and it’s charged me £22.90 I’m furious

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MaxineChidlow
MaxineChidlow4 months ago

actionjackson don’t understand why you think it’s funny that I had to pay £22.90?and actually how can latest deals take £5 commission too when everyone else only paid postage,if you don’t like latest deals why don’t you just remove yourself from it instead of being on here to have a pop!

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jacqburkecom
jacqburkecom4 months ago

It's free as you still need to pay postal cost 😉

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xzenner
xzenner4 months ago

This coin isn't platinum, it'll be silver plated at most. And it is a half crown, so not legal tender in the UK or Gibraltar... This is purely a collection memorabilia piece and likely not not be worth more than the postage paid

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emmabeckz
emmabeckz
LD Team
4 months ago

xzenner this has been amended now thank you - no it's not made of Platinum and is purely a commemorative coin thank you

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JoMetcalfe26359
JoMetcalfe263594 months ago

I got this offer last time and never again! Came up £2.50 but they took £17.95 out of my account. The envelope came with a sticker sating London Mint, covering a printed envelope for the Dublin Mint?! This is not the same as the Royal Mint collections and a complete scam.

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jillylovesyou
jillylovesyou4 months ago

Not sure about this one, would love the coin but hear bad views about this company

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monia866
monia8664 months ago

I`d like to order this anniversary coin,specially that it`s for free;) Thanks for sharing this deal.

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jongerry
jongerry4 months ago

These are not official, have no face value and The London Mint Office has nothing to do with The Mint. It is a company specialising in selling items which usually fall in value as being a gimmick

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beccatavender
beccatavender4 months ago

I think this is the thing that becomes a family heirloom, I have a coronation cup and saucer from my Nan and the silver sugar spoon I was given in school for the Silver Jubilee, nothing for the Golden so it be nice to have a keepsake for the Platinum one. Thank you for sharing.

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MaireMulholl744
MaireMulholl7444 months ago

A great collectors item thank you so much for sharing x

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MaireMulholl744
MaireMulholl7444 months ago

A great collectors item thank you so much for sharing x

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JojoEllis
JojoEllis4 months ago

Thanks for sharing. I have just ordered one! ☺️

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