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EU UK cards?

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I just had a seriouslly BAD experience trying to buy a UK card for the PSN network. What are the best sites to go through with the least fuss and no "we ran out of codes" drama?

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I use Play-Asia.Com. I haven't had any issues with them so far. I've been using them for a couple of years now.Woman Happy

 

 

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Black_MagicWoman wrote:

I use Play-Asia.Com. I haven't had any issues with them so far. I've been using them for a couple of years now.Woman Happy

 

 


OK I use them for Yen cards, never thought to use them for UK cards, lol  

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Black_MagicWoman wrote:

I use Play-Asia.Com. I haven't had any issues with them so far. I've been using them for a couple of years now.Woman Happy

 

 


OK I use them for Yen cards, never thought to use them for UK cards, lol  


I think they only carry the 15 and 35 cards.Woman Happy

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Black_MagicWoman wrote:

I use Play-Asia.Com. I haven't had any issues with them so far. I've been using them for a couple of years now.Woman Happy

 

 


I've heard of them. I thought they only sold PSN cards Japan and Asia. The PSN cards that they sell for EU, are they Pounds or Euros?

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Had you actually resided in the EU, the best sites to purchase EU/UK PSN cards would be brick-and-mortar bodegas. No fuss. And a  spelled-out return policy on your receipt, should the code you receive be invalid. 

 

You are aware that any account issues that you might encounter on your illegitimately created EU PSN account must be directed to the EU Support Center, where they'll ask to confirm, over the phone, your billing address, etc.?

 

How the discussion surrounding falsifying personal information to "visit other regions" gets a free pass over an official, Sony message board, whereas the discussion of glitching is condemned, boggles my mind.

 

But, what do I know?

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I use Ebay to buy EU cards because its much safer than those other sites. And you can also send a msg to the seller and request them to send you the code through email instead of having to wait for it to be sent by postal mail. 

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Black_MagicWoman wrote:

I use Play-Asia.Com. I haven't had any issues with them so far. I've been using them for a couple of years now.Woman Happy

 

 


I've heard of them. I thought they only sold PSN cards Japan and Asia. The PSN cards that they sell for EU, are they Pounds or Euros?


Their pounds.Woman Happy

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I use Ebay to buy EU cards because its much safer than those other sites. And you can also send a msg to the seller and request them to send you the code through email instead of having to wait for it to be sent by postal mail. 


The digital code options is also available with Play-Asia as well.Woman Happy

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ThrenodyT wrote:

I just had a seriouslly BAD experience trying to buy a UK card for the PSN network. What are the best sites to go through with the least fuss and no "we ran out of codes" drama?


This is another option

 

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