posted 47 years ago by
Thrifty Member

Just noticed this:


It asks you to enter the GC info (the one you want to get rid of).... Unless you go thru with this step, can't tell whether it's a 1:1 exchange or you get less than 100% of the value.

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thanks, yes, I had a $20 Sony gc sitting around
likely not to be used wisely...

sold it to PJ for $15.60 code,
not so slick, but not bad...

How is this hot? Or current?

Just noticed this:


If they would take my expired GC then that would be news.

Zemmy said:   If they would take my expired GC then that would be news.

If you're in California, gift cards don't expire. Not sure about laws on transferring over state lines to make it not expire?

Only if they are bought in California.

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