Gold: $1980.20  Silver: $22.62  Platinum: $987.00  90% Junk $1 FV: $16.17  Gold/Silver Ratio: 87.54

Cheapest Platinum Bullion Prices

The Platinum bullion products listed here have the lowest platinum price per ounce premium over platinum spot price per ounce. These are the best platinum prices offered by major online bullion dealers with the lowest platinum premium.

Our closest to spot tools will help you search and find the best place to buy platinum coins, bars and bullion.

When you're looking to buy platinum bullion products our tools help you find the best deal online from trusted and reputable dealers.

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Showing results for the cheapest Platinum Fractional bullion products

Platinum Spot Price: $987.00 per ounce
Product  Dealer  P/oz over Spot  Lowest Price 
2019 Britannia 1/10 oz Platinum Coin Money Metals Exchange 276.20
($27.62 per coin)
Pamp Suisse MULTIGRAM+25 x 1 gram Platinum Bars Fortuna .9995 Fine Money Metals Exchange 338.37
($271.97 per bar)
Britannia 1/10 oz Platinum Coin eBay  
Free Shipping Available
($36.26 per coin)
American Platinum Eagle 1/4 oz - Random Year eBay  
Free Shipping Available
($95.56 per coin)
2022 Kookaburra 1/10 oz Platinum Coin eBay  
Free Shipping Available
($42.52 per coin)
PAMP Suisse 1 Gram Platinum Bars eBay  
Free Shipping Available
($15.22 per bar)
1 Gram Platinum Bar - Secondary Market SD Bullion
Free Shipping @ $199
($17.40 per bar)
Valcambi 2.5 Gram Platinum Bar in Assay eBay  
Free Shipping Available
($44.93 per bar)
Valcambi 1 gram Platinum Bar SD Bullion
Free Shipping @ $199
($18.45 per bar)
Isle of Man 1/10 oz Platinum Noble APMEX
Free Shipping @ $199
($111.98 per coin)

Buying Platinum Coins and Bullion

Investing and Storing Wealth

Most people think of buying bullion and coins as an investment. There is certainly upside potential to turn a profit with bullion investments.

Others look at platinum as a store of value and wealth. Owning precious metals is like having a savings account that is filled with stable assets. Precious metals, such as platinum bars are physical assets that you own in much the same ways as real estate or land. Though buying, owning, or selling platinum bars or coins is much simpler.

Buying Platinum Bars and Coins

When shopping for platinum bullion it is important to remember that it is a commodity. platinum spot price is based on buying a futures contract containing thousands of ounces. Finding platinum at spot price is becoming rare due to strong demand. Premiums on smaller orders will be higher than those with larger quantities.

The listings display the prices per coin, bar or round. The price displayed is based on the single quantity purchase. Quantity discounts are available and will vary for each online bullion dealer.

Lowest Price for Platinum Bullion

Compare prices of platinum bullion prices. Compare dealer premiums for popular Platinum bullion products. This tool will display platinum bullion sorted by the lowest platinum price per ounce over platinum spot price. Investors that are interested in stacking platinum bullion for weight will look for the best platinum price per ounce closest to platinum spot price.

Even those who stack and invest in sovereign government platinum coins or bullion. Our platinum price comparison tools will find you the lowest American Platinum Eagle prices,Valcambi 1 oz Platinum Bars and more. This page shows the cheapest platinum bars, lowest priced platinum rounds and the best prices on platinum coins.

Types of Platinum Bullion

There are generally two options available When buying physical platinum for investment or as a long-term store of wealth. Those are platinum coins and platinum bars.

Platinum coins are minted by various governments around the world and sold as an investment product. Those include coins from the US Mint, such as the American Platinum Eagle and from the Royal Canadian Mint, the Canadian Platinum Maple Leaf coins.

Platinum coins are minted in a variety of sizes, weights and denominations that are attractive to different buyers based on needs. The most popular sizes are the 1 troy ounce, 1/2 ounce, 1/4 ounce and 1/10 ounce sizes. The sizes and denominations for each coin series may vary from year-to-year.

Platinum bars are minted by private mints. Platinum bars are available in a wide variety of weights and physical formats depending on specific financial plans. One troy ounce platinum bars are a popular choice for those looking for alternatives to gold.