$1 Lucky 777 Notes Introduced by Bureau of Engraving and Printing

by Rhonda Kay on August 28, 2012 · 4 comments

7 has been a lucky number for the superstitious and often times many others. Earlier this month, the U.S. Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP) began selling new Lucky 777 notes for $5.95 each.

$1 Lucky 777 Note and Folder

Bureau of Engraving and Printing folder holding the $1 Lucky 777 Note

Making this crisp Series 2009 $1 bill unique is the serial number. It begins with no less than three "777" in a row.

Each bill is signed by Treasurer of the United States Rosie Rios and packaged within a protective vinyl holder mounted on a colorful blue folder decorated with red, white, and blue 7s in groups of three. Within the Bureau of Engraving and Printing folder holding the note is the statement:

"Lucky 777 Notes … To many, the number 7 has special meaning; it is a symbol of luck and good fortune. The enclosed uncirculated genuine $1 Federal Reserve note features a serial number beginning with no less than three number 7s in a row. You can’t get any luckier than that! Let it be your good luck charm. Good Luck!"

Large purchases are incentivized by a discount for bulk orders. The price dips to $4.50 each for orders of 50 to 999 and drops to $3.95 each for orders of 1,000 or more notes. The total number of Lucky 777 notes is not stated, and there are no household ordering limits.

For more information about Bureau of Engraving and Printing products or to place an order, visit the BEP online store at www.moneyfactorystore.gov or call toll free at 1-800-456-3408. Most items are tax-free and ship free.

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Stupid.

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When I read the article title, first thing I thought was…here come the leftovers 2012 Reverse proofs from the San Francisco set with this…thank god they didn’t!

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Is this why I can never find certain serial number combinations in circulation? Are they all being held by the BEP or sellers “in the know”? I know finding a specific “date” in the serial number is like finding a needle in a haystack made of haystacks but still, you would think I would see them appear more than anomalously. I remember seeing 06071944 once (one day off…darn!). But any random 20th century date (e.g. 11301989, 02161908, 05021967, etc.)…where are they all?

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They sold all the ones with “666” for Halloween!