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December 26, 2011, 05:26:19 AM
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Hey is anyone out there a Farmville/CafeWorld/Mafia Wars, etc player? 

Post here if you would consider buying Zynga cards and I'll stock some for you for BTC.  I would mark them up very little and they can be transferred with just the code so no shipping fees.

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December 26, 2011, 05:43:07 AM
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Or you could buy them at Target with your red-card and save 5% and just sell them for retail with no markup and make 5% profit.

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Or you could buy them at Target with your red-card and save 5% and just sell them for retail with no markup and make 5% profit.
Hmm good idea Smiley  Target is opening up in Canada next.. year I think?  But that's a good pointer, I wonder if any other stores offer discounts on them?

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