How it works

Schedules

Scheduling Purchases

Scheduling purchases makes saving easy! This is very customizable and allows you to tell us exactly how much money and what date you want to purchase your metal on and we do the work for you. Different types of saving schedules are: one-time, weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, and the first and fifteenth of each month.


New purchases can be scheduled until 8:00 AM (CT) and be processed the same day.


When you schedule a purchase, Silver troy ounces or GoldGrains® are added to your account on the date you choose shortly after the base prices are posted.


Note: the amount of metal you purchase is determined according to your Lifetime Loyalty Pricing™ rate.


The SilverSaver® Daily Base Price

Scheduling purchases makes saving easy! This customized schedule allows you to tell us the exact amount and date on which you want to purchase your metal. You can select one of our different types of saving schedules for your convenience: once, daily, weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, or the first and fifteenth day of each month.


New purchases can be scheduled until 8:00 AM (CT) and be processed the same day. On your day of purchase, Silver troy ounces or GoldGrains® will be added to your account shortly after our base prices are posted on our website. Remember that the amount of metal you purchase is determined by your Lifetime Loyalty Pricing™ rate.


Scheduling Metal Sells

With SilverSaver®, it's easy to sell your silver and gold bullion for cash. We will buy back your metal holdings for cash at the daily price without charging you any fees. Once your order is processed, you will receive your funds in 1-3 business days.


To schedule a sell order, you will select the number of ounces to sell for the applicable base price. If you enter your request before 10:00 AM (CT), that order will be sold at the SilverSaver® Base Price. If it's after 10:00 AM (CT), you may receive the next day's SilverSaver® Base Price.


The metal you sell must be metal in your available account balance that is stored at the depository.