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    I don't think so. You set up an account on the cashback site. Go through it to get to straight talks site. Buy refill card. Than you should get cashback in your account at your cashback site. After about 3 months it will be ready to withdraw. Set up a paypal account and withdraw to it. Than transfer your paypal balance to your bank;0)

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    Wish I would've seen this before I bought my phone last Thursday. Dangit! =[
    Internet on a Blackberry Priv with the Cricket 8Mbps plan. Not bad for a $20 fifth line on the family plan!

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    Someone needs to confirm they received 15% cashback for ST airtime from shop at home (for a long time they offered 18%). It make take some time before the cashback is dis-allower. cashbck is normally not available with airtime alone.
    Here is what is said on the Fat Wallet site who also offer 15% cashback:

    Restrictions for Use
    •Cash Back not available on the purchase or renewal of minutes.

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    I'm interested in cash back for refills also. Otherwise I won't sign up. Has anyone verified this? Do you have to use a certain coupon code?

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    I received the ShopatHome.com rebate in July. Bought five airtime cards...best part was they also had a deal going for $20 restaurant gift cards too. Got five cards for Red Lobster and Olive Garden.

    "Check Made Out To Cash Back
    7/31/2011 $69.54
    Date Rewards Source Order Number Order Total Cash Back
    5/10/2011 Collections Etc., Inc. 110% Guaranteed 53511817 $36.97 $1.83
    1/31/2011 Home Depot W120182678 $19.99 $0.80
    2/6/2011 Home Depot W120553856 $4.49 $0.18
    5/31/2011 Sears.com 110% Guaranteed P236484946 $258.99 $17.09
    3/4/2011 Shop4Tech 1932093 $35.64 $1.43
    3/4/2011 Shop4Tech 1932093 $5.35 ($0.21)
    3/5/2011 The Home Depot W120553864 $198.00 $7.92
    5/6/2011 TracFone Wireless, Inc. 3755531 $45.00 $8.10
    5/6/2011 TracFone Wireless, Inc. 3756687 $45.00 $8.10
    5/8/2011 TracFone Wireless, Inc. 3759545 $45.00 $8.10
    5/9/2011 TracFone Wireless, Inc. 3763105 $45.00 $8.10
    5/9/2011 TracFone Wireless, Inc. 3763110 $45.00 $8.10"

    Shopathome has a 110% guarantee and they have been wonderful with that guarantee...you can see where they applied it on my statement.

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    Awsome, thanks for the verification.

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    Is there a way to buy the cards or pin numbers from Straight Talk web site? Seems like I can only pay to add service to my account. I wanted to buy some cards for friends. Seems like you can't do that from their site anymore.

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    however it say rebates on phone purchases only...
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    For the time being I believe the rebate can be used to purchase one of the free phones with the service card without any problem.

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    Not as good as your deals but..

    I saw on fatwallet website you can get a no tax ST card by ordering on walmart online and ship to any Oregon addy which don't pay tax. They claim the addy don't matter because Walmart send you the activation info instantly via email. Nothing physical ever gets sent. Anyone try it? Dunno the legalities but it seem like a frugal move.


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    Quote Originally Posted by stonedcold View Post
    Not as good as your deals but..

    I saw on fatwallet website you can get a no tax ST card by ordering on walmart online and ship to any Oregon addy which don't pay tax. They claim the addy don't matter because Walmart send you the activation info instantly via email. Nothing physical ever gets sent. Anyone try it? Dunno the legalities but it seem like a frugal move.


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    Can anyone verify this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stonedcold View Post
    Not as good as your deals but..

    I saw on fatwallet website you can get a no tax ST card by ordering on walmart online and ship to any Oregon addy which don't pay tax. They claim the addy don't matter because Walmart send you the activation info instantly via email. Nothing physical ever gets sent. Anyone try it? Dunno the legalities but it seem like a frugal move.
    Sounds like tax evasion. Although it's unlikely someone would get caught or even charged with crime is it really worth it just to save roughly $3 every month? If someone really needs to cut $3 out of their monthly spending then he/she probably shouldn't own a cell phone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dust N Bones View Post
    Sounds like tax evasion. Although it's unlikely someone would get caught or even charged with crime is it really worth it just to save roughly $3 every month? If someone really needs to cut $3 out of their monthly spending then he/she probably shouldn't own a cell phone.
    Hehe tax evasion!

    "Only the little people pay taxes"
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    Quote Originally Posted by stonedcold View Post
    Hehe tax evasion!

    "Only the little people pay taxes"
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    Common, the Woman was a Saint, she left her Maltese, Trouble, very well off financially.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tracfancier View Post
    Common, the Woman was a Saint, she left her Maltese, Trouble, very well off financially.
    The flea bag had a better plan than most of the golden parachutes you hear of today.


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