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2 Years of Playstation Plus for $82.98 at Tiger Direct when you use Visa Checkout and receive $25 off $100

SPZ 3 10 November 30, 2015 at 10:53 AM in Video Games (7) More TigerDirect Deals
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Last Edited by BostonGirl December 2, 2015 at 09:30 AM
Tiger Direct has 2 Playstation Plus Cards marked at $53.99 per unit, plus free shipping. When you use Visa Checkout, you can get $25 off your purchase for $100. That makes 2 years of PS Plus for $82.98.

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applic...CatId=2996
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I know PS+ and many other prepaid subscription cards are not taxed, but Tiger Direct says I will be taxed when in the shopping cart. I am new to ordering from Tiger Direct, and is wondering if I will still get taxed if I go through with the transaction. If not this is one of the best deals so far.
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I know PS+ and many other prepaid subscription cards are not taxed, but Tiger Direct says I will be taxed when in the shopping cart. I am new to ordering from Tiger Direct, and is wondering if I will still get taxed if I go through with the transaction. If not this is one of the best deals so far.
When I bought my PS+ card from Gamestop last year, it was taxed. This isn't a gift card, it's a subscription service and thus is taxed.
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When I bought my PS+ card from Gamestop last year, it was taxed. This isn't a gift card, it's a subscription service and thus is taxed.
Great, thanks for the help. I think I was thinking of the steam cards which are in fact gift cards as you're purchasing something of equal value. I haven't bought these online subscriptions for a while now. Thanks for the clarification.
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Great, thanks for the help. I think I was thinking of the steam cards which are in fact gift cards as you're purchasing something of equal value. I haven't bought these online subscriptions for a while now. Thanks for the clarification.
I wasn't taxed. Maybe it depends on the State you live in?
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Tax in the following states:
Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, North Carolina, New York, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, and Texas
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I wasn't taxed. Maybe it depends on the State you live in?
True. I was buying from a brick and morter store, I guess I was trying to say that the item is taxable in taxable situations.
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Wonder why they are selling this for $54 when the card itself says it should be $49.99. That's keeping me from pulling the trigger. I would rather do 2 for $49.99 and find a checp, yet usable filler than just give them $8 more than the printed cost on the card.
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I got 2 years of PSN for $74 at rakuten with the PayPal discount plus $6 in rakuten points. Going to turn that into an MFi lightning cable.
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I got 2 years of PSN for $74 at rakuten with the PayPal discount plus $6 in rakuten points. Going to turn that into an MFi lightning cable.
Is that still possible? What's the paypal discount? Thanks
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Fairly certain it was Black Friday only but I received the following email from Rakuten on Nov 27:

$30 Off $100 w/ Visa Checkout at Rakuten
Use coupon code PAYPALBF30 and order via Visa Checkout to take $30 off!
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Great, thanks for the help. I think I was thinking of the steam cards which are in fact gift cards as you're purchasing something of equal value. I haven't bought these online subscriptions for a while now. Thanks for the clarification.
This should not be taxed. Have bought at Amazon, target, best buy, gamestop and dell in CA so there is tax for like everything but none of those retailers had tax for this subscription card. Only Ebay, tiger direct and newegg have had tax when I have looked into buying from them.

Quick Edit: Its an ok deal. But should the Google Express one for $22 per year was so much better
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Wonder why they are selling this for $54 when the card itself says it should be $49.99. That's keeping me from pulling the trigger. I would rather do 2 for $49.99 and find a checp, yet usable filler than just give them $8 more than the printed cost on the card.
Because it's tiger direct...last time I purchased an item from them my paypal was charged $5 more than what I was shown on the checkout page (I had used a promo code). I didn't even try to get it fixed...just decided they wouldn't get anymore of my business.
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