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RegentGames via Eneba [eneba.com] has a $100 PlayStation Gift Card (Digital Delivery) for $92.17 - $11.86 w/ code PS100Bux + $5.74 Fees = $86.03

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  1. Click here [eneba.com] to visit the product page
  2. Click 'Buy Now' to add the item to cart
  3. Apply discount code PS100Bux
  4. Select a payment method: PayPal or Credit Card (a service fee will be applied on this step)
  5. Price after discount and service fee will be ~$86.03.
    • Note: Price is subject to change by a few cents due to currency exchange rate volatility
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What's the deal with Eneba Wallet payment? Seems like it limits how much you can add and still adds a service fee, which negates the savings.
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worked for me

thanks op
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Great post - worked flawlessly...Thanx
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Worked for me. Thanks
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Can you use this to pay for a Playstation plus subscription?
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Quote from clawhatesyou :
What's the deal with Eneba Wallet payment? Seems like it limits how much you can add and still adds a service fee, which negates the savings.
Yes, this. I don't understand it. I thought the idea was to use the wallet to avoid fees....
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Not the greatest savings but may be in for one later. Lots of games and Xmas presents to buy. Thanks for posting.
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I'm still in PayPal dispute resolution with Eneba.

The $100 Playstation voucher code they sold me last week had already been redeemed. To get a replacement or refund, I had to provide screenshots of the redemption screen and something else... then a couple of days later, they asked me to chat with (and take another screenshot of) Playstation support, asking for the exact date & time that the code had been redeemed. I provided all of the additional info on Saturday and am still waiting for their response. It's just not worth the potential hassle to save $14 by risking $86.

Just buy the card from Target using a RedCard and you'll save 5% anyway.

To add: I've bought codes from them several times in the past and the purchase went through just fine, so it's not going to be a hassle for everyone, every time.
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I've never had any problems with this site everytime I've bought Xbox live or ps plus codes. Never bought straight psn credit but I just did and was able to successfully redeem the $100 no problem. Good deal 👌
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Just bought and redeemed immediately. This is the 3rd time with no issues so I guess luck is in my favor!
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Went ahead and bought one. No issue with redeeming it. So many games I want.

Ghost Of Tsushima which I just missed on black friday for $30...
Madison
Hello Neighbor 2
The Evil Within is on sale...
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Quote from mwstevenson :
I'm still in PayPal dispute resolution with Eneba.

The $100 Playstation voucher code they sold me last week had already been redeemed. To get a replacement or refund, I had to provide screenshots of the redemption screen and something else... then a couple of days later, they asked me to chat with (and take another screenshot of) Playstation support, asking for the exact date & time that the code had been redeemed. I provided all of the additional info on Saturday and am still waiting for their response. It's just not worth the potential hassle to save $14 by risking $86.

Just buy the card from Target using a RedCard and you'll save 5% anyway.

To add: I've bought codes from them several times in the past and the purchase went through just fine, so it's not going to be a hassle for everyone, every time.
I have also used Eneba several times in the past without problems, but I had the same issue with the $86 PSN card already being redeemed on the similar Black Friday deal. I also went through several rounds of Eneba requiring me to do further work to verify that the key was not used. And then Sony wouldn't provide me with info that Eneba said they needed. So I am also still waiting for a resolution to the dispute.

As mwstevenson said, I would HIGHLY recommend people avoid this deal. Losing / fighting over $86 isn't worth the $14 savings.

Edit - also keep in mind, the last thread had several people report that it worked until suddenly multiple people had issues. So don't just assume that since it works for some people, it will work for you.
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worked for me
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Worked, thanks!
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