Welcome to the updated Slickdeals redesign beta. Learn more and give us feedback. Or, return to the classic view.

Search in
LABOR DAY DEAL GUIDE Find out where you can save big bucks during this Labor Day weekend sale! See Deals
Popular Deal

Straight Talk Unlimited 30 Day Refill $38.24 AC @ Crazy Game Time, AT&T and T-Mobile also 15% off

BradP 332 December 8, 2012 at 05:58 PM in Tech & Electronics (5)
Deal
Score
+109
136,185 Views
Get Deal

Deal Details

Crazygametime.com [crazygametime.com] has Straight Talk $45 dollar 30 Day refill cards for $38.24 no tax and no shipping when you use coupon code "1545" Just bought one myself and had immediate delivery. Maybe a good time to stock up.


EDIT: Also 15% all AT&T [crazygametime.com], T-Mobile [crazygametime.com], and Virgin-Mobile [crazygametime.com] Cards

Straight Talk Code 1545
AT&T Code 1350
T-Mobile Code 1450
Virgin Code $40= 1240 $45=1245 $60=1260


PHONE VERFICATION: To verfiy using the phone verification tool you must NOT use a VOIP number, in addition, I could not get it to work with Chrome. Firefox and IE work fine.
As always... Reps and TU are appreciated....

Threadcrappers are not.....

362 Comments

3 4 5 6 7

Sign up for a Slickdeals account to remove this ad.

Joined Aug 2011
Insert Something Here
332 Reputation
Original Poster
#61
delete
Reply Helpful Comment? 0 0
Joined Nov 2011
L2: Beginner
23 Reputation
#62
Quote from PaulPats View Post :
What cash back site? Most of the CB sites don't give CB for adding minutes to existing Straight Talk plans.
befrugal but you get a free refurb and unlimited to get the cb
Reply Helpful Comment? 0 0
Joined Aug 2011
Insert Something Here
332 Reputation
Original Poster
#63
Quote from whiteorchids View Post :
I want to try straight talk so can I use my landline for verification or do I need a straight talk number? TIA
Any line will work, you will need either a ST sim or a ST phone.
Reply Helpful Comment? 0 0
Joined Dec 2003
CDI gave me free netflix!
2,769 Reputation
#64
Quote from Crartech View Post :
If it wasn't a 'legit' site, than it would've asked you for your credit card yet instead they ask you for your verification first, and Paypal is the only acceptable payment. And you know the difference between credit card and Paypal, where you can dispute the payment and it is whole easier than with the credit card. Not only that, they also have a return policy in the website.
Quote from BradP View Post :
Lol, funny you found that, I am from Columbia, Used to live 3 blocks from that address. And BTW, no one in the history of the site has had issues with the card being stolen. I invite anyone to show me proof (with a reputable source) otherwise. I have used this site multiple times over the past 6ish months. So threadcrappers, please go crap somewhere else.
There's a big difference between a phishing site that's out to steal your credit card information and a shady company selling stolen or otherwise illicitly obtained merchandise. I don't think anyone is claiming that this is the former, but it's almost certainly the latter.

Since they don't accept CCs directly and require you go through PayPal, obviously they aren't trying to steal your CC info.

But anyone with half a brain cell would realize that this 'deal' is certainly black market. If you don't care about that kind of stuff, more power to you. But don't try and pretend otherwise.
Reply Helpful Comment? 0 0
Joined Aug 2011
Insert Something Here
332 Reputation
Original Poster
#65
Quote from phonic View Post :
There's a big difference between a phishing site that's out to steal your credit card information and a shady company selling stolen or otherwise illicitly obtained merchandise. I don't think anyone is claiming that this is the former, but it's almost certainly the latter.

Since they don't accept CCs directly and require you go through PayPal, obviously they aren't trying to steal your CC info.

But anyone with half a brain cell would realize that this 'deal' is certainly black market. If you don't care about that kind of stuff, more power to you. But don't try and pretend otherwise.

I hope you have never purchased a name brand item from a store like TJ MAXX because by that logic, you have made an unethical purchase as well. Seeing as TJ MAXX and other stores (Including Sam's Club and Costco) purchase these items from various stores that have gone out of business, or purchased way to many. Techinically these are "black market" items too, since the manufacturer would never admit to selling their product to such crap stores like TJ MAXX. THREAD CRAP SOMEWHERE ELSE! THIS IS A DEAL THREAD, NOT A PODIUM
Reply Helpful Comment? 0 0
Joined Feb 2011
Simply Professional
296 Reputation
#66
Quote from phonic View Post :
There's a big difference between a phishing site that's out to steal your credit card information and a shady company selling stolen or otherwise illicitly obtained merchandise. I don't think anyone is claiming that this is the former, but it's almost certainly the latter.

Since they don't accept CCs directly and require you go through PayPal, obviously they aren't trying to steal your CC info.

But anyone with half a brain cell would realize that this 'deal' is certainly black market. If you don't care about that kind of stuff, more power to you. But don't try and pretend otherwise.
You're basing this on what? Assumption? That's nice that you've an opinion that you can share to the world, and it's nice of you that you warn buyers. However, in the end, they're making the decision.
Reply Helpful Comment? 0 0
Joined Aug 2012
L2: Beginner
24 Reputation
#67
Quote from drra View Post :
befrugal but you get a free refurb and unlimited to get the cb
Quote :
Terms & Exclusions for Straight Talk:
22% Cash Back on Phone Sales
Cash back valid on the purchase price of phones only. Airtime, minutes, and plans are not eligible for Cash Back.
Learn more about BeFrugal.com Cash Back
Not buying it... literally and figuratively
Reply Helpful Comment? 0 0

Sign up for a Slickdeals account to remove this ad.

Joined Nov 2011
L2: Beginner
23 Reputation
#68
Quote from lonesouth View Post :
Not buying it... literally and figuratively
Several people already confirmed. Do a search
Reply Helpful Comment? 0 0
Joined Nov 2008
L4: Apprentice
65 Reputation
#69
Quote from BradP View Post :
I hope you have never purchased a name brand item from a store like TJ MAXX because by that logic, you have made an unethical purchase as well. Seeing as TJ MAXX and other stores (Including Sam's Club and Costco) purchase these items from various stores that have gone out of business, or purchased way to many. Techinically these are "black market" items too, since the manufacturer would never admit to selling there product to such crap stores like TJ MAXX. THREAD CRAP SOMEWHERE ELSE! THIS IS A DEAL THREAD, NOT A PODIUM
That's a terrible comparison since TJ MAXX's been selling and acused of selling various counterfeit goods. LMAO
Reply Helpful Comment? 0 0
Joined Mar 2006
L69: Chuck Norris
1,209 Reputation
#70
This deal is 100% legit just like our medical insurance system ........ Wink
Reply Helpful Comment? 0 0
Joined Jul 2010
L3: Novice
41 Reputation
#71
Quote from lonesouth View Post :
Not buying it... literally and figuratively
I've been able to get it to work with b1g crumbs
Reply Helpful Comment? 0 0
Joined Aug 2011
Insert Something Here
332 Reputation
Original Poster
#72
Quote from completing View Post :
That's a terrible comparison since TJ MAXX's been selling and acused of selling various counterfeit goods. LMAO
Realized that while writing... which is why I included Costco and Sam's..... woot
Reply Helpful Comment? 0 0
Joined Nov 2010
L7: Teacher
265 Reputation
#73
Thanks, bought 2
Reply Helpful Comment? 0 0
Joined Nov 2009
L7: Teacher
1,064 Reputation
Pro
#74
Payment to xiao jing

Seems legit...

Oh well, in $100 for T-mobile for my monthly plan - added $50 now and I'll add $50 more after next month so it doesnt expire.

EDIT:
shit. I decided to go ahead and add the second code to my account and tmobile is saying its already redeemed. What do i do???
Reply Helpful Comment? 0 0

Sign up for a Slickdeals account to remove this ad.

Joined Dec 2003
CDI gave me free netflix!
2,769 Reputation
#75
Quote from BradP View Post :
I hope you have never purchased a name brand item from a store like TJ MAXX because by that logic, you have made an unethical purchase as well. Seeing as TJ MAXX and other stores (Including Sam's Club and Costco) purchase these items from various stores that have gone out of business, or purchased way to many. Techinically these are "black market" items too, since the manufacturer would never admit to selling their product to such crap stores like TJ MAXX. THREAD CRAP SOMEWHERE ELSE! THIS IS A DEAL THREAD, NOT A PODIUM
Really? That's going to be your comparison? Now you're really stretching things to the point of absurdity. The best comparison would be the guy on the street corner selling DVDs. Do you think he's an authorized Sony distributer too?

And welcome to Slickdeals. If you think the only purpose of the commenting system is to give praise, then you sir are sadly mistaken. If you can't take contructive feedback from us, then you might as well not bother posting shady deals. I was going to simply give my two cents and let people make up their own mind, but now, since you want to be a jackass about it, I'll thumb down the deal too.

Quote from Crartech View Post :
You're basing this on what? Assumption? That's nice that you've an opinion that you can share to the world, and it's nice of you that you warn buyers. However, in the end, they're making the decision.
The only authorized retailers (AFAIK) of Straight Talk is Walmart. Certainly not some shady website from China. And since the prior comment about "buying out of business store inventory" is complete BS (since these cards need to be activated at the time of purchase), the only rational explanation is they were bought with fraudulent credit cards or something similar.

But I would truly love to hear your "assumption" on how this seller is completely beyond reproach.... Please, enlighten us.
Reply Helpful Comment? 0 0
Page 5 of 25
3 4 5 6 7
Join the Conversation
Add a Comment
 
Slickdeals Price Tracker
Saving money just got easier.
Start Tracking Today
Copyright 1999 - 2015. Slickdeals, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Copyright / DMCA Notice  •  Privacy Policy  •  Terms of Service  •  Acceptable Use Policy (Rules)