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PSN Digital $100 card - $86.99 - Costco.ca (membership required)

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Oct 12, 2012
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kingz786 wrote: Can we use this to renew PS+ at $46.99?
Yes, you can. I applied ps credit to extend my ps+ yearly subscription over the weekend.
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Sep 22, 2006
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fireball8992 wrote: Yes, you can. I applied ps credit to extend my ps+ yearly subscription over the weekend.
Thanks

It looks like Costco doesn’t charge tax on the membership but buying from PS Store does. Might nullify the savings of getting the PSN credit first

Unless that’s only me
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Sep 27, 2008
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kingz786 wrote: Thanks

It looks like Costco doesn’t charge tax on the membership but buying from PS Store does. Might nullify the savings of getting the PSN credit first

Unless that’s only me
You never pay tax on a gift card. EDIT: misread. NVM, you're talking about PS+
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Aug 18, 2008
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How quickly do codes2go codes arrive these days? Looking to buy an Xbox card to use towards a sale that ends today.
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Jul 15, 2003
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Just bought it for 90 from their store the other day. I wonder if it's even cheaper now in store
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Dec 8, 2009
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kingz786 wrote: Thanks

It looks like Costco doesn’t charge tax on the membership but buying from PS Store does. Might nullify the savings of getting the PSN credit first

Unless that’s only me
If you're in AB it's still a good deal:

Cost of PS Plus on PSN AB: 46.66*1.05 = $48.99
Cost of PS Plus on PSN ON: 46.66*1.13 = $52.73
Cost of the $100 GC: 86.99 - 1.74 (2% CB) = $85.25

Cost of PS Plus per year AB: (85.25 - (100 - 48.99*2))/2 = $41.62 / year
Cost of PS Plus per year ON: (85.25 - (100 - 52.73*2))/2 = $45.36 / year
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Nov 27, 2013
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kingz786 wrote: Thanks

It looks like Costco doesn’t charge tax on the membership but buying from PS Store does. Might nullify the savings of getting the PSN credit first

Unless that’s only me
If you buy both(GC + membership) you essentially get a year of PS Plus for $33.98...
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Nov 23, 2010
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hp.. wrote: How quickly do codes2go codes arrive these days? Looking to buy an Xbox card to use towards a sale that ends today.

I just bought one. I'll update once I get the code. I'm hoping I'll get it by the end of the day because I want to get a game on the PlayStation store.

From the other threads like GameSpot one. They said they got theirs within 10 minutes.
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I was curious how this compares to other gift card promos, in the past you could get 10,000 PC Points for a $50 PSN card, so better to wait for something similar if you collect PC Points.
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Averin wrote: I just bought one. I'll update once I get the code. I'm hoping I'll get it by the end of the day because I want to get a game on the PlayStation store.

From the other threads like GameSpot one. They said they got theirs within 10 minutes.
Thanks, I tried googling it and some got theirs right away but others waited a couple days.
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Nov 23, 2010
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hp.. wrote:
Thanks, I tried googling it and some got theirs right away but others waited a couple days.
Okay I had some issues so I had to reorder.

Reordered at 12:08pm. Got the code at 12:11pm. Within 2 minutes!
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Dec 27, 2012
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Averin wrote:
I just bought one. I'll update once I get the code. I'm hoping I'll get it by the end of the day because I want to get a game on the PlayStation store.

From the other threads like GameSpot one. They said they got theirs within 10 minutes.
hp.. wrote: Thanks, I tried googling it and some got theirs right away but others waited a couple days.
Its crazy hit and miss with Costco. I have bought alot of codes online from them and they either come right away or several hours later. I have never waited more than several hours (4 tops). Just FYI from my experience.
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barcathegreat wrote: Just bought it for 90 from their store the other day. I wonder if it's even cheaper now in store
Anyone know the store price today?
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Mar 19, 2010
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Killmassacre wrote: If you're in AB it's still a good deal:

Cost of PS Plus on PSN AB: 46.66*1.05 = $48.99
Cost of PS Plus on PSN ON: 46.66*1.13 = $52.73
Cost of the $100 GC: 86.99 - 1.74 (2% CB) = $85.25

Cost of PS Plus per year AB: (85.25 - (100 - 48.99*2))/2 = $41.62 / year
Cost of PS Plus per year ON: (85.25 - (100 - 52.73*2))/2 = $45.36 / year
Good call. I'm currently not in Alberta....but my PSN billing address begs to differ. It works fine for me.
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Aug 18, 2008
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Averin wrote: Okay I had some issues so I had to reorder.

Reordered at 12:08pm. Got the code at 12:11pm. Within 2 minutes!
Thanks for the update!
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Dec 13, 2020
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Averin wrote: Okay I had some issues so I had to reorder.

Reordered at 12:08pm. Got the code at 12:11pm. Within 2 minutes!
What issues did you have? For some reason, my order was cancelled by Costco.. Wondering if I should reorder too
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Jun 28, 2009
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hp.. wrote: How quickly do codes2go codes arrive these days? Looking to buy an Xbox card to use towards a sale that ends today.
according to the Costco site:

When you purchase this item, an electronic code will be emailed to you by Codes2Go, normally within 2 business days after completing your purchase. If you have a spam filter on your email, please add to your white list: [email protected] to avoid emails going to your junk folder. Please ensure to provide the correct email address when placing your order.
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Sorry for the noob question but can this be used to buy games on the playstation online store?

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