The 2010 $2 Single Note Collection Subscription Program has been launched by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP).
For a price of $79.50, a subscription to the program entitles buyers to ten Series 2003A $2 notes; one each from 10 of the 12 Federal Reserve Banks (the Minneapolis and Kansas City districts are not included).
Each note will feature a serial number starting with “2010xxxxD” and comes in a protective, clear, acid-free polymer sleeve enclosed in an illustrated folder identifying the Federal Reserve District that is represented by the note inside.
The 10-note collection is limited to a maximum 9,000 sets worldwide, with a household limit of 50 sets being enforced during the subscription enrollment period of Dec. 8, 2009 – Jan. 6, 2010. Once the subscription period is over, the household restrictions will be removed and individual bank notes will be available as well.
Purchasing a subscription guarantees receipt of the 10 notes in two installments. The first installment will be released on January 7, 2010 and features the Reserve Banks of New York, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Richmond and Atlanta. The second installment featuring Boston, Chicago, St. Louis, Dallas and San Francisco will be released on March 25, 2010.
The $2 notes have become extremely popular among collectors, with past offerings experiencing sell-outs within hours of the individual note releases.
Collectors interested in purchasing multiple quantities of notes may receive a bulk discount reducing the price to $7.50 per note. The discount applies to subscription purchases of 5 sets (total of 50 notes), or once available individually, 50 notes.
For more information, or to place an order go to the BEP product page.