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Monday, January 8th 2018, 10:28am

Paysafe cards. HOW DO THEY WORK??

Hii to whoever is reading this.. So the other day I was searching for methods to pay for wizard101 club, and I found out that u could actually use Paysafe cards which is A..M..A..Z..I..N..G. But here's the catch, I have no idea whatsoever how to use a paysafe card; is it just like a slip of paper with a code on it?? Where should I apply/redeem it on the wizard101 website?? Can I actually use it outside of the country I bought it from?? Any help would be so very much appreciated...
P.S.: I'm talking all in the context of the European version of the game.


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Thursday, January 11th 2018, 9:15am

The best source of information is the paysafecard website as this is general information about the card, not wizard101 specific. For how to use it and where is it valid please refeer to the paysafe card website itself, it will be the best place to gather this info :)

As for where to redeem, you can either click on buy crowns or buy membership in the website and select your payment method, click on paysafecard and introduce the code from your paysafecard.

I can give you an example to make it clear.
If you have for example a 50 euros paysafecard and you buy in the membership menu the 3 months membership, the money left in your card will stay in your paysafecardand not in your wizard101 account so you can use it for something else where this payment method is available.

I hope this info helps a bit.



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Sunday, January 21st 2018, 9:13pm

Pay safe card aka PSC is basically a paper with money on it. You can buy them on gas stations, book stores etc, depends on where you live. You can buy paysafecards for 10, 25, 50 and 100€ (you pay 1€ for processing; so eg. I want a PSC worth 25, I have to pay 26€).

You can use them as on wiz as on any other website that supports the PSC option.

If you, for example, bought a 25€ worth PSC and spent only 5€ for now, you'd still have 20€ on it left and could still use it anywhere else.

If you're willing to buy crowns with it, simply go to "Buy crowns", choose your offer, as payment method choose "paysafecard" and click the "Buy now" button. Once you're redirected, you are asked to type in the 16-digits long code - you find it on the "paper".

You can also make a paysafecard account on their official website. but I haven't tried it out yet.

Hope this helped.

This post has been edited 1 times, last edit by "JenniferHeart" (Jan 21st 2018, 9:14pm)

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