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jakebranch
what is NPN
jrlenox
QUOTE(jakebranch @ Mar 7 2006, 10:17 PM)
what is NPN
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NPN = No purchase necessary ...

a few people have asked that question .... most recently in this topic

-Jim
CodyJohnson117
Then why we have this topic saying... No Purchase Necessary about what? Give me an example about it. I was confused what this topic mean or whatever, thanks...

Cody J.
northicehero99
QUOTE(CodyJohnson117 @ Mar 8 2006, 11:32 PM)
Then why we have this topic saying... No Purchase Necessary about what? Give me an example about it. I was confused what this topic mean or whatever, thanks...

Cody J.
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Cody,

No purchase necessary is a topic about free cards offered by the card companies. On every pack you buy there is an address to send in for a chance to "win" a free card of the card companies choice.

An example, just look at some of my threads here you will see the cards I have received for the cost of postage. Basically you fill out a 3x5 card and mail it in a #10 envelope to the address the card company supplies on the pack. Then about 3-4 or more months later you may or may not get something in the mail. Sometimes you get good cards, sometimes nothing. There is a thread somewhere on here which links to a site that has addresses.
aceecards
dont miss out on the addresses Ive been posting for you all from that High end stuff I buy...in the NPN forum!!
randallcards
QUOTE(aceecards @ Mar 9 2006, 08:49 AM)
dont miss out on the addresses Ive been posting for you all from that High end stuff I buy...in the NPN forum!!
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way to clear that ups guys i got a ? whats a #10 envelope is that the small ones? unsure.gif
snkpoct137
nope actually it is the larger, wider one
northicehero99
QUOTE(randallcards @ Mar 9 2006, 12:23 PM)
way to clear that ups guys i got a ? whats a #10 envelope is that the small ones? unsure.gif
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That is the long 8" long x 4" high envelope. The kind you use to send a letter in.
randallcards
QUOTE(northicehero99 @ Mar 9 2006, 12:42 PM)
That is the long 8" long x 4" high envelope.  The kind you use to send a letter in.
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ah thanks guys for clearing that one up for me wink.gif
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