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The prices for the junk silver (90%) bags below reflect the average quantity of silver in ounces formulated with the silver spot price for today (updated every 10 minutes so prices are always current).

We don't sell bags of silver but have suggested a few of the major companies at the very bottom of this utility. By not directly selling metals ourselves you can be assured that we are unbiased and we'll just give you the prices as is.

Prices updated to better represent premiums dealers are putting on 90% silver coin bags in today's economy. Premiums have gone up heavily due to the current demand.

Prices near $18,876 for 90% bags of coins.

A bag containing **$1,000 face value** coins if sold at spot would be priced at **$15,730** assuming that the bag contained around **715 oz. silver**, and you were purchasing the bag at the current silver spot price of $22.00.

Now realistically you are always going to pay a premium on minted coins, so assuming it was about 20% more then it would cost you somewhere near **$18,876**, and that is a bit more realistic.

Prices near $9,438 for 90% bags of coins.

A bag of containing **$500 face value** coins if sold at spot would be priced at **$7,865** assuming that the bag contained around **357.5 oz. silver**, and you were purchasing the bag at the current silver spot price of $22.00.

Now realistically you are always going to pay a premium on minted coins, so assuming it was about 20% more then it would cost you somewhere near **$9,438**, and that is a bit more realistic.

Prices near $4,719 for 90% bags of coins.

A bag of containing **$250 face value** coins if sold at spot would be priced at **$3,933** assuming that the bag contained around **178.75 oz. silver**, and you were purchasing the bag at the current silver spot price of $22.00.

Now realistically you are always going to pay a premium on minted coins, so assuming it was about 20% more then it would cost you somewhere near **$4,719**, and that is a bit more realistic.

Prices near $1,888 for 90% bags of coins.

A bag of containing **$100 face value** coins if sold at spot would be priced at **$1,573** assuming that the bag contained around **71.5 oz. silver**, and you were purchasing the bag at the current silver spot price of $22.00.

Now realistically you are always going to pay a premium on minted coins, so assuming it was about 20% more then it would cost you somewhere near **$1,888**, and that is a bit more realistic.

Prices near $944 for 90% bags of coins.

A bag of containing **$50 face value** coins if sold at spot would be priced at **$787** assuming that the bag contained around **35.75 oz. silver**, and you were purchasing the bag at the current silver spot price of $22.00.

Now realistically you are always going to pay a premium on minted coins, so assuming it was about 20% more then it would cost you somewhere near **$944**, and that is a bit more realistic.

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- Apmex 90% Bags
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- Lynn Coins 90% Bags
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Don't like paying a 3% premium?

If you want the most bang for your buck then skip the junk silver bags and buy the largest bars you can afford. Large 100 oz bars are less than $1 dollar over spot. Buy 1000 oz bars and pay just a few pennies over spot.

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