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Rebates - multiple from same household?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by freality, Aug 12, 2010.

  1. freality

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    I'm planning on getting two Epic 4G's for my household on a family plan.

    Does anyone have past experience w/ Sprint mail-in rebates if you can do more than one from the same home address (sometimes rebates limit one per household)?

    TIA!
     

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  2. Kindie75

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    When my husband and I got the palm pre we both sent in rebate forms and they only approved us for one...I think that it shouldn't matter. That it should be for each phone.
     
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    It's suppose to be one per phone, doesn't matter how many phones I'd contact Sprint about that although it might be too late. I got 3 phones about a year ago and got 2 rebates, although I had to switch a number off a phone and one of the rebates screwed up but I would have gotten three. To be honest from that day I'll never use a rebate ever again it's much easier to just get a phone from a 3rd party and let them handle it.
     
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    A couple years ago, I changed every phone for my family--3 HTC touchs and some other that had a smaller rebate. Had a total of $350 in mail-in rebates in addition to $350 in instant rebates for the 4 phones.
     

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