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    Exclamation OFFICIAL: Cheapest Refill Cards

    I am new to straight talk and your responses will be appreciated.

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    StraightTalk.com, the 3-month refill cards. The only places that sell refills are either Walmart.com, Walmart stores, or StraightTalk.com. No other place is authorized to sell them.
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    You can try eBay. Sometimes they pop up for cheap.

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    Thank you guys.

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    Yup, 3-month or e-bay.

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    Isn't $30/45 already cheap enough?! LoL.

    I get mine from ST.

    A word of caution buying from anyone outside ST and WM. There have been reports of refill codes being purchased with stolen credit cards and then sold for cheaper prices. The codes will work for a few days until the error is caught. ST will then shut down your service and you will be put in a hole. So you're better off getting refill cards from ST or WM.

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    You can get a 15% rebate by going through shopathome.com to buy directly at straighttalk.com.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luvsdeals View Post
    You can get a 15% rebate by going through shopathome.com to buy directly at straighttalk.com.
    Looks promising, thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luvsdeals View Post
    You can get a 15% rebate by going through shopathome.com to buy directly at straighttalk.com.
    Thanks. I already bought a 3 month card, but I'll use that site next time;0)

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    Nice find, ill have to try that next time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cast71
    Quote Originally Posted by luvsdeals View Post
    You can get a 15% rebate by going through shopathome.com to buy directly at straighttalk.com.
    Thanks. I already bought a 3 month card, but I'll use that site next time;0)
    Is it an instant rebate or some sort mail - in return?

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    It's a cash back site. Open an account. Than you click there straightalk link and it brings you to straight talks site. Than buy your refill card and you should receive 15% cash back in your account. It takes about 90 days to be able to withdraw it to a papal account or bank check.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cast71 View Post
    It's a cash back site. Open an account. Than you click there straightalk link and it brings you to straight talks site. Than buy your refill card and you should receive 15% cash back in your account. It takes about 90 days to be able to withdraw it to a papal account or bank check.
    It says their a $20 withdraw minimum, is that correct?

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    I never used this site before, but I've used others. Some do have minimums. It's not that big of a deal. Once it accumulates above $20 than you can withdraw. I was looking for cashback and couldn't find any for refill cards. Just bought my 3 month card yesterday;0( I did find cashback for my initial purchase. I got $21.75 cashback from an e71 with an unlimited card. Comes out to $124 after cashback. http://www.fatwallet.com/Straight-Talk-coupons/ It's not good for renewing minutes though, so I was happy to hear about shopathome. With this site and a 3 month card, it comes out to around $40 a month including taxes and surcharges;0)

    Oh and thanks for all the help on the android thread. I've been lurking and reading good stuff. Got my E71, now I got to get an inspire;0)

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    Thanx. Does ST accepts PayPal?

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