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Best Buy.com Offers 10% Discount on Prepaid Cards

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Best Buy.com is currently offering a discount on its prepaid cards. The discount offered is 10% off on regular prices of prepaid cards from T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless, AT&T GoPhone, Virgin Mobile, Boost Mobile, Net10, Simple Mobile, and Tracfone.

In detail, here are the discounted prepaid cards currently available:

AT&T
  • $45 AT&T GoPhone Top-Up Prepaid Card: Now only $40.50
Boost Mobile
  • $50 Boost Mobile Re-Boost Prepaid Phone Card: Now only $45 
Net10
  • $50 NET10 Top-Up Card: Now only $45
SIMPLE Mobile
  • $60 SIMPLE Mobile ReUp Prepaid Card: Now only $54 
T-Mobile
  • $35 T-Mobile Prepaid Card: Now only $31.50
  • $40 T-Mobile Prepaid Card: Now only $36
  • $45 T-Mobile Prepaid Card: Now only $40.50
  • $50 T-Mobile Prepaid Card: Now only $45
  • $60 T-Mobile Prepaid Card: Now only $54
TRACFONE
  • TRACFONE 60-MINUTE PREPAID WIRELESS AIRTIME CARD: Now only $17.99 
  • TRACFONE 120-MINUTE PREPAID WIRELESS AIRTIME CARD: Now only $26.99 
Verizon Wireless
  •  $35 Verizon Wireless Prepaid Top-Up Card: Now only $31.50
  •  $45 Verizon Wireless Prepaid Card: Now only $40.50
Virgin Mobile 
  • $35 Virgin Mobile Top-Up Card: Now only $31.50
  • $45 Virgin Mobile Top-Up Card: Now only $40.50 
Best Buy.com also offers free shipping on orders above $35. Store pickup is free too.


Source: SlickDeals

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  1. Are they electronically delivered if purchased online?

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    1. Nope, unlike Walmart, Best Buy ships the physical card to you. This sale really only makes sense if you are buying airtime in-store.

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  2. Wow I guess not bad deal. However, why they discount on prepaid card?

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  3. 10% discount, check out with tax is between $34~$35, then turn out not saving at all. I have learnt that refill online through vendor like callingmart, or eBay is much more saving. with eBay you need to be careful when choosing the seller. Its your own experience building with the seller you trust.

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    1. It's still a savings of %10,so "at all" really isn't valid.

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  4. Our Best Buy in Jackson, TN was just about sold out of Boost Cards, and others. I never seen the top up card rack empty like that.

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  5. Dennis, how come Target doesn't charge tax for refills emailed to CA buyers but Walmart does?

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    1. Target isn't charging tax to California residents? I didn't know that. Target has operations in California and should be charging tax to CA residents. If they aren't it's probably a bug in their tax calculation software.

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  6. Dennis, Is there a "more safe" way to add minutes to a Tracfone? The options include at least 1)"My Account" on website, 2) by phone, 3) Tracfone app. Have you had worse luck on minutes/service time not being added on CDMA or GSM Tracfones?

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    1. I don't know. I've always used "My account" on the website to add a PIN code from CallingMart or from a card. Three out of the four tines I've topped up a TracFone account the account wasn't credited the minutes, text and data that I had paid and I had to waste a time dealing with TracFone CS. If you find a better way I'd love to know what it is.

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