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    Boostmobilesav.com has discounted virgin mobile refill cards. The discount is about one dollar per card with no sales tax. I just paid 38.99 for a 40.00 card. From their homepage click on Payments. You can pay with a CC or PayPal.

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    PrePaid-Refill.com appears to be history. A page comes up stating that the hosting has been suspended.

    CallingMart.com still has VM top-ups but there is no discount other than any points you have from a previous purchase. My $25 top-ups are $24.75 with no tax added. As long as I don't have to pay over $25 I am happy with the convenience of buying online.

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    I just topped up at callingmart and they charged a 75˘ fee on top of the VM top up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ORDUSA View Post
    I just topped up at callingmart and they charged a 75˘ fee on top of the VM top up.
    I think it varies from state to state. In California I have not paid any fees from CallingMart so far. I have purchased 17 top-ups from them. If I buy through VM direct, they charge tax.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ORDUSA View Post
    I just topped up at callingmart and they charged a 75˘ fee on top of the VM top up.

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    Yup, me too. I'm done with callingmart. I used my points up and I'm doing something different from now on. So what is everyone doing for top ups now.

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    I stand corrected. I bought my last top-up from CallingMart on 10/1/12 and it was face value at $25. I just checked and the $25 top-up is now $25.75. The $10 is $10.30, $20 is $20.60, $30 is $30.90, $40 is $41.20, $50 is $51.50 and the $60 is $61.80.

    I guess all good things must come to an end.

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    It seems like they gradually stepped back because it use to be $24.01 with a discount code. Then the code went away and it was 24.75. Then they went to face value and I was good with that because you got points and it was tax free. Now that we have to pay the tax, the points don't even off set that. It's probably going to be hard to find deals any more.

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    Hard to conceive that VM is renegotiating reseller contracts to allow for lower pricing.

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    Walmart is a decent option: $25 top up is $24.88 with no tax (at least there was no tax the last few times I tried it).

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    It's not a tax

    Quote Originally Posted by tcross8361 View Post
    It seems like they gradually stepped back because it use to be $24.01 with a discount code. Then the code went away and it was 24.75. Then they went to face value and I was good with that because you got points and it was tax free. Now that we have to pay the tax, the points don't even off set that. It's probably going to be hard to find deals any more.
    It appears to be at the hands of Virgin Mobile according to this and not a tax.

    From Calling Mart

    "Special Notice: An additonal 3% will be added to the shopping cart for this product due to the recent price increase of Virgin Mobile refill products. You can still earn reward points and no sales tax will be charged."

    PinZoo is also adding on fees

    Here at PINZOO, we have always discounted our prices to save you money - it has been our mission statement since 2002. However, due to a recent price Increase from Virgin Mobile, we are forced to charge a 5% processing fee in order to continue providing their top-ups.

    Not a deal breaker but now it's 58.30 a month for my unlimited line vs 53.35 for Page Plus using Calling Mart.

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    Crazygametime.com has $60 Virgin Mobile Top Up pin for just $49.49. Save 15% using coupon “10PERCENTOFF” when checkout.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nefertari View Post
    Crazygametime.com has $60 Virgin Mobile Top Up pin for just $49.49. Save 15% using coupon “10PERCENTOFF” when checkout.
    Just bough and successfully applied a PIN to my account. You have to go through an automated phone call prior to making the purchase but you get the pin instantly.

    By the way, the total is $50.99 (15% off of 59.99). I don't know why they advertise $49.49. The code also leads one to believe that it would apply a 10 percent discount...

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    Thanks for the heads up on Crazygametime.com's sale. I bought an Xbox Live subscription from them about a month and half ago, so I knew they were legit. And sure enough, I bought a $40 VM top up just now and the PIN came quickly and it worked. I was disappointed that I had to go through phone verification again, though. I'm used to having to do that for only the first purchase when it comes to other websites. But, it's pretty painless. I wonder how long the VM sale will last....

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    Quote Originally Posted by nefertari View Post
    Crazygametime.com has $60 Virgin Mobile Top Up pin for just $49.49. Save 15% using coupon “10PERCENTOFF” when checkout.
    $60 is Out of Stock already.

    I received the verification call, entered the PIN and got the OOS message. Didn't try the $40, since I wanted the $60.

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    Both cards are out of stock

    Quote Originally Posted by Churner View Post
    $60 is Out of Stock already.

    I received the verification call, entered the PIN and got the OOS message. Didn't try the $40, since I wanted the $60.
    I tried the $40. Got the call and entered the pin and it came up out of stock.

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