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$25 Amazon eGift Card w/ TracFone/Total Wireless/Simple Mobile/NET10 Activation

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Amazon and TracFone offer a $25 Amazon eGift Card (Email Delivery) when you purchase an eligible SIM Card Activation Kit below for $0.99 and Activate a New Line on An Eligible Prepaid Plan (starting from $15) by April 30, 2019. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on $25+ orders. Thanks etung

Step 1:
  • Purchase an eligible SIM kit below from Amazon.com (limit 2)
  • Offer only valid for the listed SIM kits sold and shipped by Amazon.com beginning 3/1/19 until this promotion ends.
  • Offer must be displayed on the product page at time of purchase to qualify (see example).
Step 2:
  • Activate a new line of prepaid service below using your eligible SIM kit by 4/30/2019:
    • TracFone (on min. $15 plan to quality)
      • Coverage on AT&T, Verizon or T-Mobile network (based on device/location)
    • Total Wireless (only valid for the $25 and $35 plans)
      • Coverage on the Verizon network
    • Simple Mobile (on min. $25 plan to qualify)
      • Coverage on the T-Mobile network
    • NET10 (on min. $20 plan to qualify)
      • Coverage on AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile or Sprint network (based on device/location)
  • All prepaid services listed above are no-contract providers.
  • You need only activate 30-days worth of prepaid service to qualify for the Amazon eGift Card offer.
  • Compatible smartphone required (bring your own or purchase one from the providers listed).
Step 3:
  • Your $25 Amazon eGift Card will be delivered to the email address om file under your prepaid service account within 7 to 14 days after activation (must activate no later than 4/30/19).
  • The egift card will be issued by TracFone/Total Wireless/Simple Mobile/NET10 (not by Amazon.com)
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Not fantastic, since you have to pay for a plan, but the TracFone one seems like it might be a net positive.

For all of these:
Promotion valid ONLY on SIM Cards shipped from and sold by Amazon. Purchase date of SIM must have started on 3/1/19 to Qualify.

TracFone:
https://www.amazon.com/Tracfone-K...0728N8PT9/

Get a $25 Amazon eGift Card when you buy a Tracfone Sim Kit and activate a new line of service by 4/30/2019 on the Tracfone website. Minimum $15 plan required with service charge and applicable sales tax due at sale. eGift Card sent within 7-14 days of activation. While supplies last.


Total Wireless:
https://www.amazon.com/Total-Wire...072FTW1MB/

PROMOTION: Get a $25 Amazon eGift Card when you buy a Total Wireless Sim Kit and activate a new line of service by 4/30/2019 on the Total Wireless website. Single Line $25/$35 plan required with service charge and applicable sales tax due at sale. Multi Line Airtime Plan does not Apply. eGift Card sent within 7-14 days of activation. While supplies last.


Simple Mobile:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B072M18F3H/

PROMOTION: Get a $25 Amazon eGift Card when you buy a Simple Mobile Sim Kit and activate a new line of service by 4/30/2019 on the Simple Mobile website. Minimum $25 plan required with service charge and applicable sales tax due at sale. eGift Card sent within 7-14 days of activation. While supplies last.


Net10:
https://www.amazon.com/Net10-Keep...071FM63JT/

PROMOTION: Get a $25 Amazon eGift Card when you buy a Net10 Sim Kit and activate a new line of service by 4/30/2019 on the Net10 website. Minimum $20 plan required with service charge and applicable sales tax due at sale. eGift Card sent within 7-14 days of activation. While supplies last.
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This looks good to phones that have gone inactive count as a new line of service? Example lg feista luna pro 3
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I have a $15 tracfone refill card laying around, I wonder if I can buy the sim kit from Amazon and activate service using that refill card or if I have to buy a plan on tracfone's website. The fine print is not very informative, they don't mention. Limits either.
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I have a $15 tracfone refill card laying around, I wonder if I can buy the sim kit from Amazon and activate service using that refill card or if I have to buy a plan on tracfone's website. The fine print is not very informative, they don't mention. Limits either.
Fyi: You should be able to use your refill card on the tf site - it gives you the option. The amazon site states offer must be used by 4/30/19.
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Just purchased a net10 sim kit to test a phone the other day (after March 1; wasn't charged as an add-on, shipped for a $1). Don't recall details of the promotion on the page, but I wasn't looking. Any way to confirm that the deal applied?
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Just purchased a net10 sim kit to test a phone the other day (after March 1; wasn't charged as an add-on, shipped for a $1). Don't recall details of the promotion on the page, but I wasn't looking. Any way to confirm that the deal applied?
Not sure, didn't get this myself. According to the fine print, though, it has to be sold by Amazon. What does your order say?
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Not sure, didn't get this myself. According to the fine print, though, it has to be sold by Amazon. What does your order say?
Sold by Amazon. Nothing in the order details about the offer.
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Sold by Amazon. Nothing in the order details about the offer.
It shows on the AMZ page for the TF sim, also shows in my order details.
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Correct me if I'm wrong, but couldn't you just buy the Tracfone SIM + plan ($1 + $15) and get a $25 Amazon GC? So you're essentially paying $16 (+taxes if they charge tax) for a $25 Amazon GC.
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Correct me if I'm wrong, but couldn't you just buy the Tracfone SIM + plan ($1 + $15) and get a $25 Amazon GC? So you're essentially paying $16 (+taxes if they charge tax) for a $25 Amazon GC.
That's what it looks like to me. Seems worth doing if it works out.
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Correct me if I'm wrong, but couldn't you just buy the Tracfone SIM + plan ($1 + $15) and get a $25 Amazon GC? So you're essentially paying $16 (+taxes if they charge tax) for a $25 Amazon GC.
I think so, with the caveats that it's an add-on item and I don'w know how much taxes and service charge are. Free money's nice, but the hoops make it less appealing.
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I think so, with the caveats that it's an add-on item and I don'w know how much taxes and service charge are. Free money's nice, but the hoops make it less appealing.
Mine were standard Prime (not an add-on) & I wasn't charged anything extra yesterday, just $1.98 for 2.
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Mine were standard Prime (not an add-on) & I wasn't charged anything extra yesterday, just $1.98 for 2.
...you're right, I can't read. Edited post. Let us know how it goes!
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...you're right, I can't read. Edited post. Let us know how it goes!
I already had a $15 TF service card from prior deal so this was a no-brainer.
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