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2 Codes, One Payment?


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deathriver
12.19.2011 , 10:10 PM | #1
I noticed i got 2 emails from origin with Codes in the same day. Both are product codes, there both different, and i only had 2 pay 1 time. I fell lucky to have 2 codes but what do i do with them. i only need one. i fell cheap and i want to know there help EMAIL but i cant find it. I really want to know i really payed 2 times. Any Ideas.

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deathriver
12.19.2011 , 10:17 PM | #2
dont know if this is allowed but

BUMP!!!

I also really need someone to help

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deathriver
12.19.2011 , 10:19 PM | #3
Quote: Originally Posted by deathriver View Post
dont know if this is allowed but

BUMP!!!

I also really need someone to help
.......

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Stoneyxi
12.19.2011 , 10:22 PM | #4
code #1 = pre-order code ~$5 charge
code #2 = software code $50+ charge

Check the details closely in each e-mail but this should be why you have 2 codes.

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Dubabob
12.19.2011 , 10:22 PM | #5
Just hold on to it or something bud, odds are, by them actually sending you the code, it's too late, they can't sell a code that someone has already seen. If you want to get it off your hands, you could always send it to me.
Survivor of the 9/29/11 E-mail massacre.

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deathriver
12.19.2011 , 10:25 PM | #6
Quote: Originally Posted by Stoneyxi View Post
code #1 = pre-order code ~$5 charge
code #2 = software charge $50+ charge

Check the details closely in each e-mail but this should be why you have 2 codes.
No both emails were sent on the 16ths Wll after i deleted my Preorder Code. They Both say The SAME EXACT THING entered one code because i needed too and dont know bouth the other one.

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deathriver
12.19.2011 , 10:26 PM | #7
Quote: Originally Posted by Dubabob View Post
Just hold on to it or something bud, odds are, by them actually sending you the code, it's too late, they can't sell a code that someone has already seen. If you want to get it off your hands, you could always send it to me.
Ive already played the pre release so i KNOW I HAVE 2 PRODUCT CODES

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deathriver
12.19.2011 , 10:29 PM | #8
Here is what both emails say\





Thank you for ordering from Origin Store. The product that you pre-ordered is
now available.

Order ID: 12266143342
Product ID: 231240400
Product Name: STAR WARS™: The Old Republic™ Digital Standard Edition
Serial Number: Blanked it so u cant use it!! :P

<br>

Your purchase has now been processed. To redeem your Product Registration Code:
<br><br>

1) Go to www.swtor.com/redeem/game <br><br>

2) Click "Redeem Your Product Registration Code" (You will be prompted to log in
or create a STAR WARS™: The Old Republic™ account if needed.) <br><br>

3) Enter and confirm your Product Registration Code (the 20-digit code seen
above) when prompted. <br><br>

4) Follow the on-screen instructions to complete your registration. <br><br>

5) Install the game and begin playing*. <br><br>

*Game does not launch until December 20, 2011. <br><br>

Log into the Origin (Origin) application to download and install your game. If
you have already pre-loaded and installed your game, it is now ready to play.

Don't have Origin? Visit http://www.origin.com/download to download and install
the Origin application. Once installed, click the sign-in tab and log in with
the Origin Account you used for your purchase at the Origin Store to access your
available games.

If you have further questions regarding your order, please visit
http://store.origin.com and click on the Customer Service link located near the
top of the page.

Please note: This email message was sent from a notification-only address that
cannot accept incoming email. Please visit help.origin.com/ to submit any
further questions.

Sincerely,

Origin Store Customer Servic

and the other email sent 10 minutes after.




Thank you for ordering from Origin Store. The product that you pre-ordered is
now available.

Order ID: 12116653022
Product ID: 231240400
Product Name: STAR WARS™: The Old Republic™ Digital Standard Edition
Serial Number: Same Blanked Out! :P
<br>

Your purchase has now been processed. To redeem your Product Registration Code:
<br><br>

1) Go to www.swtor.com/redeem/game <br><br>

2) Click "Redeem Your Product Registration Code" (You will be prompted to log in
or create a STAR WARS™: The Old Republic™ account if needed.) <br><br>

3) Enter and confirm your Product Registration Code (the 20-digit code seen
above) when prompted. <br><br>

4) Follow the on-screen instructions to complete your registration. <br><br>

5) Install the game and begin playing*. <br><br>

*Game does not launch until December 20, 2011. <br><br>

Log into the Origin (Origin) application to download and install your game. If
you have already pre-loaded and installed your game, it is now ready to play.

Don't have Origin? Visit http://www.origin.com/download to download and install
the Origin application. Once installed, click the sign-in tab and log in with
the Origin Account you used for your purchase at the Origin Store to access your
available games.

If you have further questions regarding your order, please visit
http://store.origin.com and click on the Customer Service link located near the
top of the page.

Please note: This email message was sent from a notification-only address that
cannot accept incoming email. Please visit help.origin.com/ to submit any
further questions.

Sincerely,

Origin Store Customer Servic

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GVBlackmoon
12.19.2011 , 10:29 PM | #9
One in the product code the other is the pre-order code.
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deathriver
12.19.2011 , 10:31 PM | #10
Quote: Originally Posted by GVBlackmoon View Post
One in the product code the other is the pre-order code.
Read my other post before urs