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The mid-week 10% Prepaid discount the previous week supposedly ended Saturday but noticed it was still going on or more likely they started a new promotion for the week.
And this time, I see that Cricket is on sale too!
Plus 5% additional discount for RedCard holders.
Not sure how long the sale is on for this time and don't see it in the weekly ad.

Link to all Prepaid: https://www.target.com/s?searchTe...xnbv&Nao=0

Link to Cricket: https://www.target.com/p/cricket-...A-52966246

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On Sale: AT&T, Cricket, Net10, Simple Mobile, T-Mobile, Total Wireless, TracFone, Verizon
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Great deal. Especially with the Red Card.

Anyone know if the urlhasbeenblocked 1% cash back works with this as well?
I got $0.
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Not a good deal. There's a thread here and you can get prepaid refills at 20% off plus getting $50 off an unlocked phone. You can return the sim card activation kit.

https://slickdeals.net/f/11114587-nokia-3310-3g-ta-1036-cricket-wireless-40-refill-cricket-sim-starter-kit-for-51-51?v=1&src=SiteSearch
I think best buy charges tax on gift card, which hopefully they fix someday.

Which means this is a better deal if your just buying air time.
This comes out to be 14.28% off (red card) with no tax.
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I think best buy charges tax on gift card, which hopefully they fix someday.

Which means this is a better deal if your just buying air time.
This comes out to be 14.28% off (red card) with no tax.
The last time I got from BB, I wasn't charged tax. Bad part is you have to buy it with SIM kit. But that's always returnable
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Now that the proposed Sprint/T-Mobile merger is looking more likely than the AT&T/T-Mobile one, I'm starting to wonder whether I should stock up on more Cricket credit. A Sprint/T-Mobile merger would significantly reduce price pressure in the prepaid markets.
From my experience with sprint and t-mobile in my area, both seem to have weaker reception than att or Verizon in any spot around this area. Seems like the real issue is purchasing a band that can penetrate walls easier which I hear t-mobile was able to secure during the last auction. T-mobile will still need to work on upgrading all their towers to compete with att or Verizon on the west coast. On the contrary, there are many satisfied sprint users on the east coast.
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I think best buy charges tax on gift card, which hopefully they fix someday.

Which means this is a better deal if your just buying air time.
This comes out to be 14.28% off (red card) with no tax.
They changed the policy sometime at around February. They don't charge tax on refills.
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If you have Comcast internet, I highly suggest Xfinity Mobile, the plan is absolutely fantastic
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Need some information if anyone can help. Thanks in advance. I have a $30 a month plan with T-Mobile prepaid. This deal does not show cards for that amount but they have them for $40 and $50. 3 x $40 or 3 x $50 would be divisible by $30. Would T-Mobile understand that using one card for either $40 or $50 means I want to take the excess and apply it for the following month or would they assume I am changing plans? Has anyone done this sort of thing with success or did it just cause problems?
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Would you want the hassle of going through 10 times. I tried to add multiple cards to one sim kit. It discounted only the lowest valued card. Thats too much work. Then returning all the sim cards. Not to mention it might flag you with BB. They dislike people that buy too many prepaid sims and phones from what I understand.
I agree with you bud. Hence my original comment.
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I have a 30 day 4gb data unlimited everything else prepaid card I got that came with the Honor 8 i bought from Best Buy months ago.. any idea how long the card is good for before I have to sell it, give it away or use it within?

I haven't even scratched off the silver coating hiding the card info.
I know I'll never use it but would like to know.

Thanks
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I have a 30 day 4gb data unlimited everything else prepaid card I got that came with the Honor 8 i bought from Best Buy months ago.. any idea how long the card is good for before I have to sell it, give it away or use it within?

I haven't even scratched off the silver coating hiding the card info.
I know I'll never use it but would like to know.

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Cricket refill card expires 1 year from date of purchase. Terms are printed on back of card.
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wow. They took away my $5.00 discount using family plan.

To be eligible for the Auto Pay credit, you must:
Be on a qualifying Cricket plan (starting at $40/mo), and
Not be receiving a Group Save discount or promotional rate plan discount.
You can't have family discount and autopay at the same time. One or the other
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If you have Comcast internet, I highly suggest Xfinity Mobile, the plan is absolutely fantastic
But it's$12/ gig. 5gb would be$60. 5gb on cricket is only 40$. Family of 4 is$100 and family of 5 on the old plan is also$100 . Why would I go with Xfinity?
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how does this work if you have autopay any feedback will be much appreciated TIA
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you can buy 99 of them to save the most.
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Would you want the hassle of going through 10 times. I tried to add multiple cards to one sim kit. It discounted only the lowest valued card. Thats too much work. Then returning all the sim cards. Not to mention it might flag you with BB. They dislike people that buy too many prepaid sims and phones from what I understand.
Yes, I agree it is too much hassle to use the BB bundle promo to get multiple cards via separate orders and then deal with returning the sims. Maybe except for when the old sim cards were $1 (or even $3) so there was less incentive to return them. Or when BB had the refills on sale for 10% off and that stacked with the 20% off. Although I think BB still has issues scanning the sims for activation so you have a built in excuse for returning them.

The BB promo has been going on for a while now so you don't have to necessarily stock up. I mainly use it as a way to get rid of BB gift cards or rewards certs if I am out or running low on cricket credit. It's a better deal since they stopped charging tax and fees on the refills.


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I think best buy charges tax on gift card, which hopefully they fix someday.

Which means this is a better deal if your just buying air time.
This comes out to be 14.28% off (red card) with no tax.
BB finally stopped charging sales tax and fees on the cricket refills. So depending on the sim price (or your willingness to return them), the BB comes out better than the 14.5% off at Target with redcard.

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how does this work if you have autopay any feedback will be much appreciated TIA
That's already been answered here a few times. You still get the $5 credit if you were already eligible regardless of how bill is paid.
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