sflv said: I've been to several Toys r us that refuse to restock the kindle cards for some reason. Is there a way to check online if they have them in stock?
I'm surprised that someone at Toys r Us thinks it is a good idea to sell their competitor's gift cards - and with a discount! Do gift card sellers even get 10% margin on them? if not, then TRU are paying you to shop somewhere else
Good deal, but good luck finding it! When they had a similar promo a few months ago, I went to a few stores and was told by all that they don't carry Kindle giftcards and they haven't for quite a while.
arribasn said: harperr said: Would Best Buy price match this? Or is it a YMMV type of thing? its on page 15 of the Toys'r'us ad, so having a copy of that I'm not sure why they wouldn't PM Sometimes they check the stock of the item and if it's OOS, then you're OOL.
ksfhhllp said: Sure you can. Deposit both GCs in your Amazon account, and then use the funds to buy a new GC. You can have it emailed or you can get a physical card in the mail.No, you can not. If you don't know the answer, please don't make things up and spread incorrect information.
Checked a couple stores near me and neither had them. One store looked them up based on the SKU in the ad and said no stores in IL (I'm in Chicago area) even listed them. They showed one store in OH that listed them but they were OOS. Starting to think that maybe this is, as another poster put it, their way to get you in the door.
Moniqua said: Would it be stealing to take kindle cards from another store without buying and have them activated at TRU?
Are you asking morally or legally? Legally, you try that and the store catches you they WILL assume you just didn't realize it had no value until activated and treat you the same as they would any shoplifter.
Confirmed to still be live. An hour ago I found and bought 10 in a TRU in Solano County (Northern California). They were buried under a bunch of xbox live and facebook gift cards near the electronics section.
Other than it triggering a fraud alert on my AMEX, there were no problems. $500 in Amazon credit for $450. 5 minutes effort.
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