Today’s Deal is a great way to round out your Kennedy Half Dollar collection. Right now from the Sacagawea Webstore, you can pick up a 2-coin set of the 2018 Half Dollar for $9.95. The set contains the Denver and Philadelphia minted coins in brilliant uncirculated condition.
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As most readers will know, the Kennedy Half Dollar has not been released into general circulation since 2002 so the only way to get these coins is either through a deal or the US Mint when they are released in bags and rolls each year. Also, as a general rule and because they are not released into circulation, the production of these coins are limited. For example, this year, only about 3 million of them have been minted. That makes Today’s Deal a great opportunity.
The 2-coin set qualifies for Amazon’s free shipping for Prime members and at the time of this posting, plenty of these sets were available. As with all coin purchases made on Amazon, you get a 30-day return policy. If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, you can return it for a full refund.
To get more details or to order your set, head over to the product page on Amazon.
4 thoughts on “Today’s Deal – 2018 Kennedy Half Dollar 2-Coin Set for $10”
i’m confused….aren’t the P & D coins part of the uncirculated sets?
confused….because you said the only way to get them was in bags and rolls….thanks!
So far as I am aware, the Mint has not announced if the AI Dollars will be part of the Uncirculated or Proof Sets for 2020. It is certainly possible they will be but I’ve not seen that officially.
oh – my apologies….i was referring to your comment about the 2018 kennedy half dollars wherein you stated…As most readers will know, the Kennedy Half Dollar has not been released into general circulation since 2002 so the only way to get these coins is either through a deal or the US Mint when they are released in bags and rolls each year…..that’s why i was confused, as i thought that could ALSO be had in the mint sets….? thanks!