I began ordering Xbox 360 points from PC Game Supply because they advertised with Racketboy, someone who is doing a lot for the retro gaming community and deserves our support. All things being equal (it's xbox points and digital delivery), I like that a couple of pennies are going to a site I support.
However, I've since continued ordering through PC Game Supply because they are the only provider of points that promises instant delivery and actually delivers (pun intended). Put it in your cart, enter your billing information, make the purchase, wait to be approved (usually less than a minute), and voila!, your code is right there, waiting for you under your user account on the website. From shopping cart to purchasing DLC on Xbox Live in less than 5 minutes. I've placed 4 orders with them so far, and each time it's been that fast and hassle free. Other providers have kept me waiting for days.
Why only 4 stars then? Because the billing information interface has issues. For some odd reason, it wouldn't "take" my two-part last name, which is kind of a problem, because it should match the name on the card exactly. A hyphen solved the problem, but I get antsy when making online purchases and errors like that make me (and probably everyone) uncomfortable. Also, considering the small value of my purchases (and I imagine most purchases on the site), they could just keep my credit card information for purchases of up to say $50 and demand verification for larger purchases. Just a thought.
Either way, easily the best place to get Xbox Live points.
The Activation Fee for Playstation Network is really expensive especially in vo codes $ 50 and exaggerated total value of $ 6.99 from there all I love its speed and security
I just looked at my bank statement and it shows an additional fee of 3.00 what is this charge and I hope I am not going to be charged a fee every month
At first I felt it was shady and I thought a smaller amount would work better but it turned out to work fine. I would use it again for those days my local retailer is closed and I recommend it to everyone else
Having been with PC game supply for sometime now I must say that this company is simply getting better and better . Purchasing iTunes gift cards for example has become such a straightforward matter and the code is downloaded in no time at all.
So thanks and keep up the good work .
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I have spent a lot of time searching the web for a good site that sells Game Cards. My search eventually led me to PC Game Supply. Since then I haven't used any other site, they are fast, reliable, and fair pricing. This is an excellent site for people who doesn't have access to certain Game Cards such as myself. This is now my second year using PC Game Supply and I will continue to use this site for my future purchases. I highly recommend it to any and everyone.
I bought a £16 UK psn card on the 21st of may from this supplier and around 3 days later when i tried to redeem the code on my ps3 i found out that the code was no more valid. When i mailed them they told me to send me a print screen and not to worry as they were going to replace it. Then i got another reply from a certain Ade who told me that the fact i reported the fault 48hrs after they can't replace. This is disgusting the way this has been dealt and as a customer who has paid for this psn card i believe i have been stolen... DISGUSTING!!! I do not recommend anybody to but cards from them..
There is an activation fee for the e-Cards.
I imagine that the "activation" is the same for all cards, but not here.
What is the difference in "activate" U$20 or U$100 card?
The cards are already activated, so I imagine what they call "activation" is a kind of fee to pay the card digitization, but this service does not depend of the value of each card, so the value should be the same for all cards.
What happens today is that this fee is around 14% of the card value for the $100 card (maybe it is more for the others), but it should be a fixed value and well informed in the price when we search for the cards.
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