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Old 07-31-00, 05:24 AM
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I have an order with several disks. The order is made up partly with GCs.

Two of the disks in the order are available, and there is enough in GCs to cover them (inluding the extra delivery charge). I was hoping to ship them NOW, but I'm only going to do that if the GCs will be applied first.

Old 07-31-00, 08:39 AM
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Old 07-31-00, 01:38 PM
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Why? Are you worried about not having enough credit on your CC?
Old 08-01-00, 02:31 AM
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No,

Since Amazon allow you to add GCs to an order after you've placed it, I have been ordering titles far in advance (becuase Amazon always jack up the price) and using GCs to pay them off before they ship.

I was hoping to have the ones on hand ship now, while still paying of the remainder using GCs waiting for them to ship

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I'm still a little confused...

Did you configure your order so that ALL the items would ship only when they are ALL available, so save on shipping? Please be more specific..
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If you pay off the ones with GC's that ship first you won't have a problem. So what's the story?

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