Man has long gone to incredible lengths for gold, traveling beyond the known globe to do battle with unforgiving forests and hostile natives, or, worse, being married for 50 years. F that noise and grab some at a vending machine, thanks to Gold-to-Go
Decked with a gold leaf finish and boasting a 19" touchscreen that allows anyone with the cash/credit card balance to instantly buy gold at constantly updating real-time prices, GtG's just the latest exigency to appear at the serendipitously named Golden Nugget, a moniker never earned by Allen Iverson, which explains why he can't afford to stay there anymore. Claiming to offer better prices due to cutting out the need to pay for a storefront/sales personnel, the cabinet stocks precious metal in ten forms, from standard bars (in weights from 1 gram to 1 ounce), to coins including Krugerrands, Kangaroos, and Maple Leafs, which apparently went gold after realizing they weren't looking terribly good on ice. Each piece of the yellow stuff's protected by a ten day money-back-guarantee (so long as the pouch's seal hasn't been broken), and's dispensed in a "precious gift box", which hopefully will make your purchase even Mo(u)'Nique
If you'd prefer your GtG without all the Sin City, they've also got a location in Boca Raton, a place where the natives are understandably hostile considering they've all been married for more than 50 years.