Our end of the year holiday sale with 50% off amulets under $100 and 30% off amulets over $100 has finished. It was a big success, and we hope to repeat it next year. It will depend if we have Thai amulets in similar numbers as we had this year. We just still have so many extras that we should sell before we go buy more at the Buddhist temples around our home.
If you want to buy Buddha or monk, goddess amulets in bulk – contact us. We can make special deals if you want 3-4 amulets at a time, or 10-20, 100 amulets at a time – even better. Selling amulets online is a good online business if you get them for about cost and are able to sell them for just over like we do. You know there are amulet vendors selling amulets at a couple thousand percent markup. That’s the sick state of things, but it happens often on Ebay and some other online marketplaces.
If you are visiting Thailand in the near future, we suggest you don’t buy any amulets from us, just buy them yourself at the temples when you visit. You will probably find something you like, and if you don’t you can always buy something from our site here when you get back home, or before you leave.
We have had another amazing year for 2013. We’ve sold more amulets than any other year, and we hope 2014 gives similar results.
Remember, if you want to buy bulk amulets or necklaces, bracelets, anything we sell, just let us know and we’ll see if we can get the items you require in some bulk. Please note – we can never get more than 10-50 of any one style of pendant / amulet. The temples just don’t have all that many usually.
As we come into 2014, Buddhism will probably become a very important part of people’s lives across the globe. As the world falls deeper into economic collapse, threats of war and disputes – even religious ones, people search out answers Buddhism gives them.
If you are considering learning about Buddhism and meditating. You should consider coming to Thailand and getting your information about Theravada Buddhism from one of the great sources here – the Buddhist monks at Wat Pah Nanachat in Warin Chamrap, or at Wat Suan Mokkh in Chaiya province, in Thailand’s South.
Best of life to you in 2014!
Metta and goodwill,
V & J
Here are 2 new pages of Jatukam Amulets we just sourced for 2014: