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Target offers Buy One, Get One 20% Off on Select Prepaid Airtime Phone Refill Cards (Email Delivery) listed below (discount applied when you add a quantity of 2x to cart). Thanks captainguy
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  • Sale is valid until 6/1/19 or while supplies lasts. Discount applied at checkout and will be applied on lower/equal priced item. This works out to be 10% Off when you purchase 2 cards.
  • A Target REDcard entitles you to 5% off most items, free shipping for online orders, and an extended return period.

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Target has Buy 1 get 1 20% off select prepaid airtime w/ Email Delivery
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Is there such thing called Cricket post paid?
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I think that's called at&t.
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Total Wireless is cheaper if you buy the $1 BYOP SIM Pack with any of the airtime cards and use code INSTANT30 (on their website). It's 30% off but can only be used once per order.

Edit: That code is done, now it's 25% off with code SAVE25, still works on SIM packs with Airtime.
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Going front page soon. Great deal. I stocked up on them last time.
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Can these be used for paying cricket post paid ?
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Can these be used for paying cricket post paid ?
Yes. Also, make sure you turn on auto pay to get that $5off monthly too.
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I've never used prepaid refill cards before. Is this just for not having to pay tax?

I assume the emails you get for the cards contain pin numbers which you input into your accounts?

It appears that I'm paying about $4.05/mo. in taxes to AT&T, so I can eliminate those taxes by using the refill cards?

Thanks....
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Can these be used for paying cricket post paid ?
Is there such thing called Cricket post paid?
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It appears that I'm paying about $4.05/mo. in taxes to AT&T, so I can eliminate those taxes by using the refill cards?
You won't eliminate taxes. You are getting a 10% discount by paying with a prepaid card. Check to make sure that these can be used for your account type. Not sure you can use an AT&T prepaid card towards a postpaid account.

And, yes, you get a card# and PIN in the email. You might have to go to a special "service card" payment area of the website since it isn't a physical prepaid card. Cricket does this.
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I think that's called at&t.
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I have total wireless $35 plan. Can I buy 2 - $100 cards and add them to my account? I just want to make sure it doesn't switch my plan.
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You won't eliminate taxes. You are getting a 10% discount by paying with a prepaid card. Check to make sure that these can be used for your account type. Not sure you can use an AT&T prepaid card towards a postpaid account.

And, yes, you get a card# and PIN in the email. You might have to go to a special "service card" payment area of the website since it isn't a physical prepaid card. Cricket does this.
Thank you.

I am on the AT&T prepaid $50.00/mo. plan and with autopay enabled it brings the plan down to $40.00/mo. plus tax, which is approx. $4.05/mo.

I've read where the taxes won't be taken out of your account if you have enough funds in your account balance to cover your bill. Wouldn't that be the same as not having to pay tax?

If I purchase for example, two $40.00 refill cards and the total is $72.00, and input those two cards into my AT&T account, would my total payment on my next bill be only $40.00 and no tax taken out?

That was my understanding, but sometimes I don't understand to well......
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How do these work if you're on a "plan" with autopay? Do you just add them to your account as a credit balance and autopay pulls from that instead of whatever credit card is on the account?
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Thank you.

I am on the AT&T prepaid $50.00/mo. plan and with autopay enabled it brings the plan down to $40.00/mo. plus tax, which is approx. $4.05/mo.

I've read where the taxes won't be taken out of your account if you have enough funds in your account balance to cover your bill. Wouldn't that be the same as not having to pay tax?

If I purchase for example, two $40.00 refill cards and the total is $72.00, and input those two cards into my AT&T account, would my total payment on my next bill be only $40.00 and no tax taken out?

That was my understanding, but sometimes I don't understand to well......
When I bought this deal last month I did not have to pay for taxes. Add on red card and it was like a 20% savings on each card.
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