What's a good site to buy top up cards


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  1. XurXes

    XurXes Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    That has no tax
     

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  2. Chris951

    Chris951 Well-Known Member

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    Go to walmart. They have them.
     
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    I was going to recommend PINZOO.com, but Calling Mart is W-A-Y Better! They give discounts and have coupon codes, which PINZOO does not do. Both have no taxes.

    Thanks for hippin us to CallingMart!
     
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    duvallite VIP Member VIP Member

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    I use CallingMart also. No tax and no problems so far, and with the discount code, a $25 top-up card is $24.01 total.
     
  7. optimisticgurl

    optimisticgurl Well-Known Member

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    Right now you can buy a $50. VM top up card at Rite Aid and get $10. bucks off!
     
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    Looks like not available on line....and no Rite Aid in Texas:mad:
     
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    You can pay it at Radioshack. They don't add tax.
     
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    In NJ RS charged me tax. With a $5 off special, total came to $48 and change, no better than CallingMart.
     
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    Do you know how long this is gonna go for? I wand to pick one up this weekend.
     
  14. XurXes

    XurXes Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    Calling mart is awesome. I spent 38 and some change using promo card for the 40$ plan saved 4 since no tax. Is awesome.
     
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    +1 for Callingmart
     
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    Went to 2 different Rite-Aids locally here in Washington, and they did not have any VM cards on sale, and they did not even carry the $50 card. Bummer for me. Maybe it's just a regional deal for your area.
     
  17. Miner

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    Same here in Pittsburgh. I found the $25 VM cards in the display with all the other calling/gift cards, but they said that they don't carry any $50 VM cards. Oh well. Callingmart seems to be the best choice to avoid sales taxes and actually save a buck.
     
  18. cutterjohn

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    +1, and DO lookup a discount code getting you e.g. a $25 "card" for $24... plus some random "points" which MAY eventually get you a "free" "month"....

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    FYI - Couldn't find VM at callingmart.com today (??). Am trying pinzoo instead.
     
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    Petrah Psychotic Female

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    I couldn't find any topup cards at callingmart.com either.

    Pinzoo does indeed have them though!
     
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    according to callingmart facebook they are temporarily out of stock and should get more soon
     
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    I waited until the last minute (well last 15 minutes) to top up and they're out!
     
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    Sometimes I go to wal-mart but more often than not I prefer to top-up online. YouTelo.com doesn't add tax and they also do international top-up where you can recharge phones all over the world.
     
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    Awesome just used callingmart for the first time, got a 3% off promo code to bring my price to $24.01.
     
  25. weddle

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    Sweet! Hopefully they keep the $25 one on there so I don't have to get a more expensive card...
     

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