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Old 12-04-00, 10:13 AM
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I want to take advantage of the current buy $9.99, get a $20 GC ( http://talk.dvdtalk.com/ubb/Forum1/HTML/017393.html ), but am not sure how DoughNet works. Anyone use it?

I'm wondering if I can still use coupons if I shop at B&N through them. Also, can I add just enough $$ to my DoughNet account to cover the B&N purchase and then close my DoughNet account?


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Old 12-04-00, 01:46 PM
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I got a "doughtnet" card quite a few months ago when I placed an order with toys r us. All the card said was toysrus as the code so you might want to try that before you even spend the 9.99. Basically it works just like a bank. Before you can spend any of it they will ask you to send in your signature and the money will collect interest in your account. I never did send in my signature and every month I get a bank statement from them. Sorry I can't answer your questions about coupons but I'm sure you can add money from your credit card. When you sign up for this be prepared to answer a lot of questions.

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