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Sell to BullionStar:
USD 0.603 each
Price/Gram & Price/Troy Ounce: The price per gram or troy ounce of metal.
Price Premium: The figure is based on BullionStar's lowest sales price divided with the ask spot price.
Spread: The spread represents the percentage difference between BullionStar's lowest sales price and the price for which BullionStar buys back the same item.
|Price/Gram||Price/Troy Ounce||Price Premium||Spread|
|USD 0.637||USD 19.813||7.60 %||5.34 %|
Grams in the Bullion Savings Program (BSP) are physical precious metals fully backed up by BullionStar. BSP Grams are available in Gold, Silver and Platinum for a low price premium and a low spread. This provides you with a cost-efficient way to start saving in precious metals.
BSP Grams are bought per gram in your desired metal. When you purchase 1 BSP Gram of silver, you receive 1 gram of silver backed up by BullionStar’s stock inventory.
BSP Silver Grams can be converted to 15 kg Heraeus Silver Bars at any time without any extra cost whatsoever.
Alternatively, you can sell back BSP Grams to BullionStar at any time.
You will be able to fully control your ownership of BSP Grams online under My Vault Storage where you can buy, sell or convert your BSP Grams at your convenience.
BullionStar backs up the BSP Grams with physical precious metals to ensure that all BSP Grams are fully backed up at all times. BullionStar publishes a daily report on the holdings of physical precious metals backing up the Bullion Savings Program here.
The storage fee for BSP Grams in silver is only 0.19% per year.
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