PSN Cards

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  1. TheZoc
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    TheZoc GBAtemp Regular

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    I used search, but I think that, due to "PSN" only having 3 letters, I got a bad result from the searches... so...

    Anyone know a trusted online store that I can buy US PSN cards online for a good price ?

    Today, on eBay, I just could find the $20 cards for $27 minimum (on buy it now, I mean).

    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. NES SNES V.B. N64 G.C. Wii WiiU

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    Most local stores should have them on sale.
     
  3. GameWinner

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    Well you shop on Amazon, they have PSN codes that are really cheap.
     
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    Sorry Missed your flag.

    Try Amazon, or use a credit card.
     
  5. TheZoc
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    The PSN only accepts credit cards from the same country as the store.
    The Brazilian PSN store is awful. There are almost no games there. =/

    I can't shop on Amazon or Gamestop, etc. because they dont ship to Brazil. :(
     
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    You may have to bet on some on eBay, or just pay the $27.
     
  7. cris92x

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    http://www.gamestop....-card-dlc/84722
    Why do you need a physical card, use this. Its an instant code and technically 1 cent cheaper. I think that it requires you to have a U.S. address though but I have heard that you can use a disposable debit card to do the transaction.
    Edit: If all else fails, just pay somebody you trust in the U.S. to buy from the link.
     
  8. FireGrey

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    Wait why not use a Credit Card to add credits to your PSN instead of buying a code online?