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[Perk Hero App] 10% off Nintendo eShop, 9% off Xbox Store, and 8% off PSN Store Digital Cards

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10% off Nintendo eShop, 9% off Xbox Store, and 8% off PSN Store Digital Cards

Deal Link:
Savings:
10, 9, 8 %
Expiry:
January 1, 2021
Retailer:
Perk Hero App
$99 for $89.10 eShop: https://perkhero.com/shop/nintendo-gift-card-99-00/ (Unlike the site, it actually shows as $89.10 in the Perk Hero app)
$100 for $91 Xbox: https://perkhero.com/shop/xbox-gift-card-100-00/
$100 for $92 PSN: https://perkhero.com/shop/playstation-gift-card-100-00/

I have the Perk Hero app downloaded and an account, but haven't actually purchased anything before and don't need anything off PSN just yet. Found this company while looking for a different gift card discount. Because I'm not familiar with them, I looked around and noticed that Perk Hero deals have been posted before on RFD and they're talked about as a Vancouver based company.

Cards available in other amounts as well. You have to buy with the app and it will digitally delivered to you it seems like.

Just bought $10 to check if it works and it did without an issue. Card showed up within minutes. See here.
Seems very legit. Multiple people reported working. Was weary at first due to not being familiar with Perk Hero.
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Never heard of this and now I'm intrigued
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Raimond wrote: Never heard of this and now I'm intrigued
Same. First hand experience feedback from someone would be appreciated.

The app only has 14 reviews.
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Seems a bit uncouth to post a deal without checking if it actually works, so I went ahead and bought a $10 PSN card and it worked without an issue.
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Just bought the $100 perk coins or whatever for $90. Then used that and accumulated coins from the purchases to get a $100 and a $20 PSN gift card for $98.50. Thanks!
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Purchased $200 gift card for BC Liquor. Physical card arrived within 4 business days
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Gunnerheadboy wrote: $99 for $89.10 eShop: https://perkhero.com/shop/nintendo-gift-card-99-00/ (Unlike the site, it actually shows as $89.10 in the Perk Hero app)
$100 for $91 Xbox: https://perkhero.com/shop/xbox-gift-card-100-00/
$100 for $92 PSN: https://perkhero.com/shop/playstation-gift-card-100-00/

I have the Perk Hero app downloaded and an account, but haven't actually purchased anything before and don't need anything off PSN just yet. Found this company while looking for a different gift card discount. Because I'm not familiar with them, I looked around and noticed that Perk Hero deals have been posted before on RFD and they're talked about as a Vancouver based company.

Cards available in other amounts as well. You have to buy with the app and it will digitally delivered to you it seems like.

Edit: Big brain time. Was looking through the app some more, and it seems like they're selling their own Perk Hero Coins at 10% off, which you can then maybe purchase the eShop/Xbox/PSN cards with. YMMV as I haven't tried as stated.

Edit Part 2 Electric Gigolo: Just bought $10 to check if it works and it did without an issue. Card showed up within minutes. See here.
Just bought a $35 one for $31.50. Used it on Overcooked 1 & 2 and Yoku Island. Still have some extra coins left.

thanks OP
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I finally created a RFD account to talk about this deal.

These guys used to be GlancePay, a pay app that you took a pic of the receipt it would auto pay it with the payment you had on file. It was only in Vancouver as far as I know. I used it a couple times to get a $5 coupon off next purchase, but I didnt find it very convenient. I got an e-mail awhile a go that Glance pay was done, but I also got an e-mail more recently that they were rebranding as PerkHero.

I never thought anything of it till I got an e-mail about 5% off BC Liquor gift cards. I downloaded the app and gave it a shot. I ordered 2 cards, they came within 2 days. Local mail.

Then I got an alert about the gaming gift cards, didn't jump on the PSN ones, but the next day the Xbox ones were 9% off. Grabbed 1, the verification took about 20 mins. Code worked fine. Got a message yesterday about the App coin discount. Bought $100 for $81. Used that to buy another discounted $100 Xbox Gift card and then used the left over coins to buy a $15 Xbox gift card. Cost me $83.50 for $115 worth of Xbox currency (Also had a few coins on my account because the BC Liquor card purchases). Charges look legit on the credit card.

It looks to be Vancouver heavy on the offers, so that why I think its not well known through the country. But so far so good.
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Reminder that $100 Xbox cards are 10% off on costco.ca for members at all times.
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tietherope wrote: Just bought the $100 perk coins or whatever for $90. Then used that and accumulated coins from the purchases to get a $100 and a $20 PSN gift card for $98.50. Thanks!
So i'm confused, you spent 90$ to get 100 perk coins, where 92 of those coins went to getting a 100 psn card. Remaining 8 coins + $8.5 got you another 20 psn card?
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GSK123 wrote: So i'm confused, you spent 90$ to get 100 perk coins, where 92 of those coins went to getting a 100 psn card. Remaining 8 coins + $8.5 got you another 20 psn card?
You also get coins for making purchases. So spent $90 to get $100 worth of perk coins, plus some extra coins for making the purchase.

Took those and put all it allowed towards $100 PSN card. They don't allow you to use towards the full purchase, you have to pay $0.50 yourself. Got more coins for making that purchase.

Put a $20 PSN card in my cart and used all the points I had left. This put me at $8 left to pay out of pocket.
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tietherope wrote: You also get coins for making purchases. So spent $90 to get $100 worth of perk coins, plus some extra coins for making the purchase.

Took those and put all it allowed towards $100 PSN card. They don't allow you to use towards the full purchase, you have to pay $0.50 yourself. Got more coins for making that purchase.

Put a $20 PSN card in my cart and used all the points I had left. This put me at $8 left to pay out of pocket.
Ah I see, thanks for the info! Just did that same thing. I tried waiting for an email but realized that the code is in the app.
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tietherope wrote: You also get coins for making purchases. So spent $90 to get $100 worth of perk coins, plus some extra coins for making the purchase.

Took those and put all it allowed towards $100 PSN card. They don't allow you to use towards the full purchase, you have to pay $0.50 yourself. Got more coins for making that purchase.

Put a $20 PSN card in my cart and used all the points I had left. This put me at $8 left to pay out of pocket.
Fantastic tip. Thanks!
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tietherope wrote: You also get coins for making purchases. So spent $90 to get $100 worth of perk coins, plus some extra coins for making the purchase.

Took those and put all it allowed towards $100 PSN card. They don't allow you to use towards the full purchase, you have to pay $0.50 yourself. Got more coins for making that purchase.

Put a $20 PSN card in my cart and used all the points I had left. This put me at $8 left to pay out of pocket.
Approx how long do the Perk coins take to come through?

Edit: It came in just a few minutes. Thanks!
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10 min or so

When I first ordered it only gave me 43 cents worth instead of $45. I was in the middle of calling customer service when it updated. Got stressed for a second
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tietherope wrote: You also get coins for making purchases. So spent $90 to get $100 worth of perk coins, plus some extra coins for making the purchase.

Took those and put all it allowed towards $100 PSN card. They don't allow you to use towards the full purchase, you have to pay $0.50 yourself. Got more coins for making that purchase.

Put a $20 PSN card in my cart and used all the points I had left. This put me at $8 left to pay out of pocket.
Thanks for the trick, for Nintendo it works out to be $90 + $0.50 + $4.80 to get 100 + 20 nintendo eshop funds and left with about $0.20 in heros coin in the app
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marshmallow416 wrote: Thanks for the trick, for Nintendo it works out to be $90 + $0.50 + $4.80 to get 100 + 20 nintendo eshop funds and left with about $0.20 in heros coin in the app
Just curious - how many “coins” does the $100 and $20 Eshop funds cost, and how many coins does $90 get you? (With the bonuses etc)
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puglife644 wrote: Just curious - how many “coins” does the $100 and $20 Eshop funds cost, and how many coins does $90 get you? (With the bonuses etc)
Sorry wasn't keeping track because after purchasing you get various multiplyers on the coins

Also my mistake it was a $99 nintendo card...not $100

The $90 gets enough coins + multiplyer to redeem all but $0.50 on the Nintendo $99 card with left over points, they force you to pay a little of actual money each transaction, looks like minimum is $0.50.

Then the new purchase will net more coins + multiplyers, which will be around $13.xx worth in heros coins, you can either get a $10 card or $20. I did $20, which required me paying $4.80. And at the end there are still $0.20 worth in heros coins left on the account
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I think they’re getting RFDed. The coin card is still processing for me. Over 15 mins now.
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Works for me. Don’t know how but I got $140 psn for $92. Used coins to purchase $100 psn. Then used coins to purchase $20 psn. And some how I still had enough coins to purchase another $20 psn card
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