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Custom Challenge Coins no minimum

Change your design or idea to be quality Challenge Coins, super simple ordering process, small order is welcome.

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Cutom Challenge Coins is simple now

No matter you need soft enamel coins, 3d cast coins, printing coins, just choose the coin style, choose custom elements, upload your design. We will take care of the rest complicated process.

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Soft Enamel//Most popular As Low as $0.55

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Offset Printed//Glossy finish As Low as $0.56

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Hard Enamel//High value As Low as $0.70

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3D Cast//Intricate outer shapes As Low as $0.58

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Creat quality and unique challenge coins

45+ Custom options let you 100% control the details of coin customization, and make your coin unique and quality.

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Attachment option: 6+

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Plating color: 15+.

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Packing option: 5+

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Upgrade option: 7+

How We Work

Custom challenge coins can be easy, only 4 simple step
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Step 1 : Customize

You can decide every detail you need by the new order system.
upload your pin design

Step 2: Upload design

Share your design and idea, we will make the design with Unlimited Revision
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Step 3: Digital approval

You will get free digital approval before production.
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Step 4: Production&Ship

We will process the production and you will get your order soon.

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Free design

Unlimited Revision

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Fair price

Save 30%+.

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Fast Turnaround

Less than 10 days

Guaranttee

100% money back

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Soft-enamel-enamel-1
Soft Enamel//Most popular As Low as $0.55

69 reviews Customize Now

offset-printed
Offset Printed//Glossy finish As Low as $0.56

49 reviews Customize Now

Hard-enamel-enamel
Hard Enamel//High value As Low as $0.70

89 reviews Customize Now

3D_Cast
3D Cast//Intricate outer shapes As Low as $0.58

47 reviews Customize Now

Frequently asked questions

How long can I get my coins?

Normally, we need 7-16 working days for production. 3 days for delivery.

Can you replicate my logo and design exactly?

Yes, we are able to replicate just about any design. For the complicated design with many details and gradient colors, we can choose the printing coins style. Printing coins can 100% replicate your design.

Will I get a sample before production?

Before production, we will send you a digital proof. If you need any change for the design, our design will make an unlimited revision for you.

What is the cost to custom made the coins?

The price depends on quantity, coin size, coin color, coin style and other options you choose. As we have our own factory, you will save 30%+ if you order from us.

Do you have any guaranttee?

If you dislike our design, or there is some issue for the final product, or we can not deliver your order on time. We will 100% refund you.

Introduction

Challenge coins have always had honorable origins. However, the advancement of manufacturing processes and technology has vastly improved how challenge coins are made. In turn, they can be mass-produced for more than just military organizations.

For this reason, cheap challenge coins are becoming unique trinkets for just about any person or organization. No matter what narrative they are in, however, they continue to share a message of allegiance and unity.

What Is A Challenge Coin?

A challenge coin is a palm-sized, specially-designed coin. It is usually given to individuals to mark their membership or celebrate an accomplishment.

Traditionally, it carries the emblem or insignia of the organization it represents. The motto of the organization or other sayings may decorate the edge of the coin. They also feature painted enamel for unique, customized designs.

Challenge coins are typically 1.5 to 2 inches in diameter and 1/10 inches in thickness.

A challenge coin is usually circular or round. However, they can also be made into pentagons, dog tags or other cutout shapes. Some coin designs have included the novelty of doubling as a bottle opener.

Different metals are also used to make challenge coins. Typical cheap challenge coins come in bronze, nickel, copper or brass. However, there are some expensive versions that come in 24-karat gold.

What Is the History of Challenge Coins?

Challenge coins symbolize unity. Whether it is a team or organization, challenge coins establish a sense of camaraderie and loyalty between members. However, they also carry with them a commemorative and celebratory quality.

It was actually the military that established the use of challenge coins. Military members used the coins to prove their loyalty during challenging times. Hence, the name: challenge coins.

The tradition of military challenge coins is still up for debate. Some say the use of challenge coins started in World War II.

The story goes that an American lieutenant gave his unit members bronze challenge coins before deployment. One of the airmen was captured by the Germans but escaped to a French outpost.

He presented the coin to show his allegiance to the U.S. It saved his life and earned him a bottle of wine.

Another competing theory is that Vietnam soldiers used challenge coins as part of their “entry fee” into a bar.

Regardless of which story is true, the alcohol seems to be the constant. Even today, military members use their challenge coins at bars to determine who is buying drinks.

How Are Military Challenge Coins Used?

In the military, challenge coins can represent military divisions, special units and groups, or even special missions. Challenge coins even have a place among top ranking military leaders.

High-ranking government figures also carry challenge coins of their own. Every U.S. president since Clinton has commissioned their own challenge coins for a variety of reasons.

President George W. Bush gave challenge coins to soldiers returning from the Middle East. President Barack Obama often gave challenge coins to employees of Air Force One.

In 2011, the Secretary of Defense gave troops copies of his own challenge coin to express his gratitude.

Service members are known to collect their challenge coins and display them with pride. It is a great way for them to look back on their achievements.

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