My code wont work and my friends wont either. Also are they stackable?
They are probably codes that only works when you're creating a new world of tanks account. These off an old issue of PC gamer?
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As haven't noticed any codes in last few months issues. If it is the new issue march then they are not bonus codes but UGC game cards and are a payment rather than a bonus code. The instructions to use are on the page with the code and do work as I have used mine. My problem is that it states in the mag you can use the code as part of a larger payment, but when I tried to use it for a gold purchase, it just said that there wasn't enough money on the card, instead of giving me an option to pay for the remainder in some other way.
Am I missing something here?
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