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July 31, 2015, 08:45:33 PM
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Doesn't BCTalk have a definitive list of sites Accepting Bitcoin, and how they do it?

Example:
Directly at POS
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{ "Dell", "Overstock.com" }
Indirectly by gift-card (one-degree)
  • eGifter.com
Code:
{ "1-800-Flowers.com", "Adidas", "Aerie", "Aeropostale", "Alamo Drafthouse", "AllPosters.com", "Amazon.com", "AMC Theaters", "Amella Caramels", "American Airlines", "American Eagle Outfitters", "Applebee's", "Art.com", "Athleta", "Babies'R'Us", "Babin's Seafood House", "babyGap", "Banana Republic", "Bar Toma", "Barewalls.com", "Barnes & Noble Booksellers", "Bass Pro Shops", "Bath & Body Works", "BedandBreakfast.com", "Belk", "Best Buy", "Big Fish Restaurant", "BJs Restaurants", "Black Angus Steakhouse", "Boscov's", "Brenner's Steakhouse", "Bridge Bar", "Brookstone", "Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.", "Build-A-Bear", "Burger King", "Burlington Coat Factory", "C-A-L Ranch", "Cabela's", "Cadillac Bar", "Cafe Spiaggia", "Callaway", "CanvasPop", "Captain D's", "Captain Morgan Club", "Caribou Coffee", "Carnival Cruise Lines", "Casual Male", "Celebrity Cruises", "Champs Sports", "Charity Choice", "Charleston's Restaurant", "Charley's Crab", "Chart House Restaurant", "Chef's Catalog", "Children's Music Shop", "Chili's", "Chocomize", "Claim Jumper", "Cold Stone Creamery", "Columbia Sportswear", "Cracker Barrel", "Crutchfield", "CVS/pharmacy", "D'Angelo", "Dell", "Destination XL", "Dick's Sporting Goods", "Domino's Pizza", "Downtown Aquarium", "Ebay", "eGifter", "Fandango", "Fathead", "Fish Tales", "Fisherman's Wharf", "Foot Locker", "FragranceNet.com", "FultonΓÇÖs Crab House", "FultonΓÇÖs on the River", "GameStop", "Gander Mountain", "Gap", "Gap Options", "Gilt", "Global Hotel Card Powered by Orbitz", "Go Play Golf", "Golden Nugget Hotel and Casino", "Golfsmith", "GolfThere", "Googie Burger", "Great American Days", "Grotto", "Groupon", "Hal Smith Restaurant Group", "Harlow's", "Hefner Grill", "HollieΓÇÖs Flatiron Steakhouse", "HomeGoods", "Hot Topic", "Hyatt Hotels and Resorts", "IHOP", "IMVU", "IndieFlix", "Jake Melnick's Corner Tap", "JCPenney", "Jiffy Lube", "Kemah Boardwalk", "Kmart", "Kohl's", "La Griglia", "Landry's", "Landry's Seafood", "Lands' End", "Lane Bryant", "Legal Sea Foods", "Lobster Gram", "Logan's Roadhouse", "Lord & Taylor", "Louie's Grill & Bar", "Lowe's", "Lucille's Smokehouse BBQ", "Magazines.com", "Maggiano's Little Italy", "Mahogany Prime Steakhouse", "Mama Roja Mexican Kitchen", "Marshalls", "McCormick & Schmick's", "MobileLocate", "Morton's The Steakhouse", "MOTOR at the Harley-Davidson Museum", "Muer Seafood Restaurants", "NASCAR.com Superstore", "NetDragon Universal", "NFLShop.com", "Oak Street Beach Food + Drink", "Old Navy", "Omaha Steaks", "On the Border Mexican Grill & Cantina", "Overstock.com", "Overtons", "Pandora One", "Papa Gino's Pizzeria", "Papa John's", "Peohe's", "PetSupplies.com", "Pleasure Pier", "Portobello", "ProAm Golf", "Rainforest Cafe", "Red Robin", "Red Sushi", "Redrock Canyon Grill", "Regal Entertainment Group", "REI", "Rixty", "ROBLOX", "Rochester Big & Tall", "Saltgrass", "Sears", "Sephora", "Shutterfly", "Simms Steakhouse", "Simply Magazine", "Skype", "Spa and Wellness Gift Card by Spa Week", "Spa Finder", "Spiaggia", "Sports Authority", "Staples", "Steak 'n Shake", "Stein Mart", "Steiner Sports Memorabilia", "T-Rex", "T.J.Maxx", "Target", "Texas Roadhouse", "TGI Fridays", "The Children's Place", "The Crab House", "The Flying Dutchman", "The Garage", "The Home Depot", "The Oceanaire", "The San Luis Resort", "Timberland", "Toby Keith's I Love This Bar & Grill", "Tony Roma's", "Torrid", "Tower of the Americas", "Toys'R'Us", "Tracer Pix", "Uno", "Upper Crust Wood Fired Pizza", "Vic & Anthony's", "Vimbly", "Whole Foods", "Willie G's", "Wine Country Gift Baskets", "Wine Enthusiast", "Wine.com", "Wolfgang Puck Grand Cafe", "Yak and Yeti", "Zales.com", "Zappos.com" }
  • Gyft
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{ "1-800-Baskets.com", "1-800-PetSupplies.com", "AMC Theatres", "American Eagle", "Aquarium Restaurants", "Babies"R"Us", "Barnes & Noble", "Big Fish Seafood Bistro", "Boomerang Grille", "Brinker Restaurants", "Bubba Gump Shrimp", "Buca di Beppo", "Build-A-Bear Workshop", "Casual Male XL", "CB2", "CharityChoice", "Chart House", "CHEFS", "Crate & Barrel", "Darden Restaurants", "EXPRESS", "FTD", "Gap Factory", "Gilt.com", "Global Hotel Card", "Go Play Golf by Fairway Rewards", "Gyft Card", "Hal Smith Restaurant", "Harlow's Food & Fun", "Hulu 3 month subscription", "Hulu 6 month subscription", "Hyatt Hotels & Resorts", "iTunes Code", "Lady Foot Locker", "Land of Nod", "Levy Restaurants", "Lighthouse Buffett", "LongHorn Steakhouse", "Lord and Taylor", "Lucille's BBQ", "Mahogany Steakhouse", "Mama Roja Kitchen", "McCormick & Schmicks", "Morton's", "Muer Seafood", "NASCAR.com", "Nike", "Olive Garden", "Papa Gino's", "Papa John's Pizza", "Pro Am Golf", "Red Door Spas", "Red Lobster", "Regal Cinemas", "Saltgrass Steak House", "San Jose Earthquakes", "Spa & Wellness Gift Card by Spa Week", "SpaFinder", "Sports Authority for online redemption*", "Starbucks", "T.G.I. Friday's", "Target GiftCard", "The Cheesecake Factory", "The Home Depot®", "The Popcorn Factory", "Toby Keith's Bar & Grill", "Tower of America", "Toys"R"Us", "Uno Chicago Grill", "Upper Crust Pizza", "Vic and Anthony's", "Victoria's Secret", "Whole Foods Market", "Xbox LIVE", "Yak & Yeti", "Yard House", "Zales" }

Indirectly by gift-card (two-degrees)
  • Target:
Code:
{ "Absolute LoJack for Laptops", "AT&T", "Bahamas Breeze", "Benihana", "Bloomin Brands", "Bonefish Grill", "brightspot", "Bubba Gump", "Buffalo Wild Wings", "Carrabba's", "Chick-Fil-A", "Chipotle", "Disney", "DominoΓÇÖs", "EA Universal", "Facebook", "Fleming's", "Grand Theft Auto", "Granite City", "H2O", "Harley Davidson Apparel", "INCOMM", "iTunes", "Kiqplan Digital Weight Loss", "League of Legends", "Librify", "Macaroni Grill", "Maggiano's", "Mind Candy Moshi Monsters", "Minecraft", "Nero", "On The Border", "Outback Steak House", "P.F. Chang's", "Perfect World Gaming", "PlayStation", "Riot Game Card", "Roblox Game eCard", "Seasons 52", "Sonic", "Southwest Airlines", "Spa Week", "Sprint", "Steam", "Subway", "theSIMpower.com", "Topics Learn Any Language", "Trion Rift", "Wendy's", "Windows Store", "Xbox", "Yardhouse" }
  • BestBuy:
Code:
{ "3-Year Unlimited Cloud Storage Service Activation Card", "All Star Custom", "Apple", "AT&T GoPhone", "Blizzard", "Boost Mobile", "CinemaNow", "Disney Interactive", "EA", "Elder Scrolls Online", "Global Direct", "Google Play", "H2O Broadband", "H2O Wireless", "Hulu", "Jagex", "KingsIsle", "Locus H2O Wireless", "Microsoft", "NCSOFT", "Neat", "NET10", "Netflix", "Nintendo", "Pandora", "Pogoplug", "Riot", "Riot Games", "Simple Mobile", "Sony", "Spotify", "T-Mobile", "TRACFONE", "Valve", "Verizon Wireless", "Verizon Wireless Prepaid", "Virgin Mobile", "Wargaming.net", "Webkinz" }

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July 31, 2015, 09:21:47 PM
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I think that looking for a "definitive" list of all the shops accepting BTC payment is a pretty presumptuous idea. Although for some may be a good idea (imho it is useless), you might have more luck just typing the goods you are looking for plus "bitcoin"

Eg of a properly done google query: mylittlepony peluche btc

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August 01, 2015, 01:11:41 AM
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I think that looking for a "definitive" list of all the shops accepting BTC payment is a pretty presumptuous idea.

Ohh no... by no means all.  Just "top" stores.  I imagine there are some stores that have cleared millions $$$ in BTC transactions.  Not "bubba's Craglist listing" though.

Dell,
Overstock,
Amazon,
Starbucks,

Stuff like that... I'm sure that there are probably 50-60 major retailers that have some way to spend BTC.  Some directly, some indirectly.

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August 02, 2015, 04:26:49 PM
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Don't forget luxury marketplace BitPremier!
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August 02, 2015, 05:42:39 PM
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Don't forget luxury marketplace BitPremier!

I think a good list would be ordered by the total volume in sales that company / site does.  Not Bitcoin sales, but total sales.  This gives you a feel of how "big" the company is or how much "stuff" they sell.

In that regard
Amazon $88 billion / yr
Dell - $57 billion / yr
EBay - $17 billion / yr
Starbucks - $16 billion / yr
Overstock - 1.5 billion
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BitPremier - 0.001 billion / yr Wink

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August 03, 2015, 09:27:55 AM
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By using All4BTC, you can buy anything  in the world with Bitcoin (as long as they ship to your address)
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August 03, 2015, 06:23:54 PM
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There are some lists on Bitcoin.org and the bitcoin wiki that list places that accept Bitcoin. Most of them are online, but some are also physical stores.

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August 03, 2015, 06:28:42 PM
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I guess why not , making a list would be helpful for users around here . I guess you should rename "Starbucks" to "Gift cards" though .
Also , you should add NameCheap.com for buying domains using BTC .

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August 03, 2015, 07:03:48 PM
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I guess you should rename "Starbucks" to "Gift cards" though .
Why?

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August 03, 2015, 07:05:27 PM
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I guess you should rename "Starbucks" to "Gift cards" though .
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Well the websites you mentioned aren't for Starbucks only mate . They are for all websites that offer gift cards including Google Play , ITunes etc ..  so I'am not sure why you would say it's for starbucks

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