Quote: I use chrome as well and was in and done within the first 2 minutes. Got out with both coins. I don't think the browser is the problem, It is the source server (MINT's) it may also be the net speed at your location of the age/speed of the computer you are using.
The computer I use is hard wired to my network and is within 15 feet of my router/switch. Also the computer I use is strictly for coining and nothing else. This keeps malware and such to a minimum. I don't allow a huge amount of so called 'background apps' to be running when dealing with the Mint and their sales.
I was in and out in 2 min while my brother was finished in 15 min. We both have new modern Dell G5 and G15 with a 10th gen i7. My internet is a little worse than his where he lives. Both using SSD and Chrome. I usually have 30 tabs open. So I am not sure if that is anything to do with that.
Biggest difference is that my Mint profile is from 2012 while his is 2019.
Weird. I initially got one Order processing message from the mint. Today I have two order confirmation emails, different order numbers, both for 4 coins (two each). If this is true, all the multiple attempts I had to make actually resulted in two successes. But somehow I have exceeded the 3 coin each limit!
Quote: Weird. I initially got one Order processing message from the mint. Today I have two order confirmation emails, different order numbers, both for 4 coins (two each). If this is true, all the multiple attempts I had to make actually resulted in two successes. But somehow I have exceeded the 3 coin each limit!
You weren't the only one, I got 2 orders in each for 1 S and 1 D but when I went to check I actually had 3 orders each for an S and D , so 3 S and 3 D. Lets see what happens. I think a lot of coins will go back for sale soon, seems like a lot of us had more coins than we expected.
If you struck out on getting the D and S, I was able to pick up the CC I missed out on two days after the initial release between 730 and 750AM ET (I think it came to backorder status around 747AM ET if I recall correctly). I figure they give one business day to ping credit cards and release any inventory back to the website for any orders with bad credit card information.
I was watching a guy videoing his Morgan purchase. He had a very hard time getting his order in. I noticed that he had more than one web page signed onto the mint. He would switch back and forth and it was causing all types of problems. I used Google and had one web page open on the mint site to make my order. I didn't have any of the problems this guy was having.
Curious, how many had more than one page open, and didn't have problems ordering?
I have 2 monitors set up on my computer (A desk top) and using Chrome, I had one window opened up the the 'D' Morgan on one screen and on the other screen was a window open for the 'S' Morgan. On the first screen I kept hitting refresh until I saw the red buy button, I then moved over to the other screen and refreshed it. While that was refreshing, I moved back to the first screen hit the buy button then again on the second screen.
As the second screen was updating, I clicked 'checkout' on the first screen both coins came up and I finished the checkout process with no problems at all.. less than 2 minutes in all from start to finish