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Xbox live $100 gift card for $83.99 or low


#1 luwei  

Posted 24 January 2018 - 06:24 AM

There are other denominations gift card, but I think $50 and $100 gift card are the best deal.

 

XBOX Live 50 USD Gift Card NA for $41.99

 

XBOX Live 100 USD Gift Card NA for $83.99

 

They provide coupon code "Couau", can save extra 5% off, but I don't know when it expired, so I'm not sure whether the coupon code is available. Maybe you can try if you are interested in it.

 

 



#2 bardockkun   Porn, Kitsch And Firearms CAGiversary!   12903 Posts   Joined 12.5 Years Ago  

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Posted 24 January 2018 - 06:39 AM

Yup, totally not shifty that you keep making threads to this site that no one here has ever heard of before.



#3 luwei  

Posted 24 January 2018 - 07:07 AM

It seems like a new site. I saw the site on gocdkeys, so it's reliable. Their price is cheap, maybe want to improve their reputation. After all, if they like amazon , they don't provide such cheap price.


#4 Dead_Batteries   Voltaic Pile CAGiversary!   1019 Posts   Joined 7.3 Years Ago  

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Posted 24 January 2018 - 07:13 AM

 

 After all, if they like amazon , they don't provide such cheap price.

 

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#5 Stellar Inertia   Completionist CAGiversary!   4321 Posts   Joined 6.1 Years Ago  

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Posted 24 January 2018 - 12:06 PM

Move to graveyard please.

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Posted 25 January 2018 - 01:03 AM

Barely joined.. graveyard this crap

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Posted 25 January 2018 - 02:23 AM

Lol. No

#8 mitch079   Don't be a moron! CAGiversary!   12651 Posts   Joined 14.2 Years Ago  

Posted 25 January 2018 - 04:12 AM

Seeing as how their WHOIS info is Domains by Proxy, which is a company you pay to hide your personal information from people trying to find out who owns a domain name, that's a yuuuuuuuuuuuuuuge gtfo.

https://www.godaddy....AnKUyZlWECkkGTA



#9 Tomsenkr  

Tomsenkr

Posted 29 January 2018 - 06:08 AM

I bought the $100 gift card, the coupon code is available, the final price is $79.79, amazing :)



#10 PC Master Race  

PC Master Race

Posted 29 January 2018 - 07:14 AM

I bought the $100 gift card, the coupon code is available, the final price is $79.79, amazing :)


I smell something fishy here

#11 whitaker6490  

whitaker6490

Posted 29 January 2018 - 07:31 AM

So, the site is legit in that they send you working codes. But when I bought a $50 code, it didn’t get e-mailed to me immediately. So I live chatted and asked why.

In broken English, I was told they were out of $50 codes, but they had $30 codes and that I should buy a $10 code in addition so they could send me two $30s. I said no and asked for a refund, which was given to me promptly and since I paid through PayPal, I got an e-mail confirming the refund.

But out of curiousity and since PayPal would make sure I didn’t get screwed, I bought two $30 codes. Sure enough, within minutes, I had two working $30 codes in my e-mail.

The annoying thing is I bought more codes from them the day after and had the same problem. But they were again quick to refund.

So, they send working codes, just don’t let them talk you into buying more than what you want. Also, only the $30, $50, and $100 codes are 16% off (+ the coupon code which does indeed work and you can use it on more than one transaction). All the rest are only around 5% off.

So, are the codes legitimately obtained? Dunno, but I hope so. I can confirm that they do work, though.

#12 Tomsenkr  

Tomsenkr

Posted 30 January 2018 - 10:03 AM

So, the site is legit in that they send you working codes. But when I bought a $50 code, it didn’t get e-mailed to me immediately. So I live chatted and asked why.

In broken English, I was told they were out of $50 codes, but they had $30 codes and that I should buy a $10 code in addition so they could send me two $30s. I said no and asked for a refund, which was given to me promptly and since I paid through PayPal, I got an e-mail confirming the refund.

But out of curiousity and since PayPal would make sure I didn’t get screwed, I bought two $30 codes. Sure enough, within minutes, I had two working $30 codes in my e-mail.

The annoying thing is I bought more codes from them the day after and had the same problem. But they were again quick to refund.

So, they send working codes, just don’t let them talk you into buying more than what you want. Also, only the $30, $50, and $100 codes are 16% off (+ the coupon code which does indeed work and you can use it on more than one transaction). All the rest are only around 5% off.

So, are the codes legitimately obtained? Dunno, but I hope so. I can confirm that they do work, though.

Yes, only the $30,$50 and $100 are cheap, others just so so. Because $50 out of stock, I bought $100 finally. Well... maybe I don't need to buy it in the next long time.

 

But I'm curious that why they shows the "+X% off" in some products. According to common sense, most merchant only want to show that their prodcuts are so cheap to customer.



#13 hauz20   CAGiversary! CAGiversary!   524 Posts   Joined 9.0 Years Ago  

Posted 31 January 2018 - 05:40 AM

Yes, only the $30,$50 and $100 are cheap, others just so so. Because $50 out of stock, I bought $100 finally. Well... maybe I don't need to buy it in the next long time.

But I'm curious that why they shows the "+X% off" in some products. According to common sense, most merchant only want to show that their prodcuts are so cheap to customer.


Indeed. All the you speak is true. What I know is merchant sell at price good. Many happy! Smile emoji.

#14 luwei  

Posted 06 February 2018 - 06:53 AM

Who knows?  As for the games which shows raising price, I guess a normal human will not buy it.



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Posted 06 February 2018 - 07:00 AM

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