U.S. Mint Seeks Participates for Research Study


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The U.S. Mint is seeking participates through Feb. 20, 2023, for a new research study which gathers preferences on products and services.

The survey is conducted by NAXION, a market research and consulting firm with whom the U.S. Mint has a long-term business relationship. Survey responses will be kept anonymous, the Mint noted.

This survey aims to understand:

  • Customer preferences when purchasing U.S. Mint numismatic products and specific products purchased.
  • From what channels consumers are purchasing newly minted Mint numismatic products (e.g., U.S. Mint, dealers, auction sites, etc.).
  • The services and products which could encourage buyers to purchase newly minted numismatic products from the Mint.

Expected to take from 10 to 15 minutes, the survey is available online at http://www.usmintsurvey.com/.

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I filled out one of these surveys, sometime later I was invited to participate in a group to make recommendations on Mint products. I found it informative and worth my while. You never know if you’ll be invited to participate in one of these groups and learn more about the inner workings of the Mint and participate in decisions for future products.


No, to participate. It will determine participants at a later time. I tried to fill in the survey and either I’ve already filled in the survey or they have the required number of completed surveys for their purposes.


Thou hast been bestowed with the title of Minister of Grammar, sir. Very good! I stand corrected then. Now for the matter of coin.


Thus you are most deserving of this most honorous title.

Chris Terp

I got the survey. Completed one or two of these before. The surveys are detailed and usually take several minutes to finish. Waiting until I get to my laptop before doing.

Chris Terp

Survey was about website Kaiser and wasn’t that long. But I still viewed my opinion in the two comment sections about Mint selling bullion directly to citizens.

Chris Terp

Yes Kaiser, I did one for the Mint that took a long time. I do them just to comment that I’d like to see bullion sales to general public.

Chris Terp

Yep Kaiser, I’m presently watching Magic Mike Mezack hawking his silver dollar first strike 2023 MS70 coins for $79.95, or you can purchase a 20-coin box for $1,499.80 (savings of $5 per coin in bulk); and him talking about how he gets his coins from one of the twelve authorized purchasers and I’m fuming that you or I can’t purchase bullion coins direct from Mint.

Canada, UK, South Africa, Perth Mint, etc. allow you to purchase bullion. Catch up with the times US Mint.


Are his prices indeed positively unbeatable and simply unmatchable? To be honest, aside from this website, I’ve never heard of this fellow before. Lucky me I guess.

Dazed and Coinfused

Milk em mike is increasing the price of coins faster than the democrats can print money. Most of the time you can find 2 or 3 of similar coin for what he gets for 1. But sometimes he’s the only one that has the coin to begin with. Reminds me of thr guy that sells Rolex out of his trunk. You wouldn’t be the only buyer, so don’t feel bad. But if he tells you the best deal is all the way toward the back, don’t crawl in the trunk to get it, you’ll soon learn what ransom means

Jerry jJeffers

The U S mint wasn’t fair to the little people as far as last year with special morgan and peace dollar. The little people was really shut out. I had a morgan and peace dollar and went to get my credit card time I got my card and was processing my coins were sold to Ebay and others.

Jeff Legan

Correct. Made in 2021, not 2022.

Last edited 1 year ago by Jeff Legan