No such thing as being a loyal customer either. How many dealers have been buying from the mint for 60 years?
Aside from that, their practice of removing a product from your cart, because their Cheap system crashes. Who here hasn't lost out on something they wanted, because f this. Pretend your at WalMart, and someone likes what you have in your cart, and takes it. What would you do? And then they send you a survey, and ask....."How Are We Doing".
As far as the 2021 ATB Tuskegee Airmen quarters are concerned, they have been sold out in all forms for a couple weeks now. I can't believe there will not be any placed in circulation, but for now, that appears to be the case.
A 3 roll P,D,S box, that the mint gets $49 for on their website, sold on EBay for $180 last night.
Quote: Well, that's not surprising for a much anticipated coin. They went on sale back on Feb 08.
February 8th was just a little more than a month ago. It states "No Mintage imit" but obviously there is. And just because it's the last ATB, does that make it anticipated? Maybe the Mint is just trying to create another "Rare" coin.
And no; I didn't see any bags or rolls of the new Washington quarter either.
Quote: Just in case you weren't sure just how big these birds are...
They are slowly making a comeback in my area, which is Greater Cincinnati (Ohio,Kentucky,Inaiana). The only ones I have seen, where in the local Zoo. They have been along the Ohio River, on the Kentucky side for several years, but are branching out in all three states.
I haven't been on the Coin Roll Hunting section for quite some time. I got interested in paper some 5-6 years ago, but on occasions I will pick up a box of cents for fun. Just skimming through this thread, I see your not looking for errors and varieties. If I may make a suggestion, why not SLOW down with your goal? There is so much to look for, and some can be quite valuable. For most of us "Coin Nuts", it is a hobby that should also be enjoyed. Just my opinion.