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Using my own card

Postby Alex533 » Thu Dec 17, 2009 1:13 pm

If I use my own card to buy my friends tickets and they are delivered to my house, do they count as referrals if I use my FMC code for them?

Enter this when you buy your ticket into the FMC box near the bottom of the form.
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Re: Using my own card

Postby zee » Thu Dec 17, 2009 2:25 pm

Alex533 wrote:If I use my own card to buy my friends tickets and they are delivered to my house, do they count as referrals if I use my FMC code for them?

I am still waiting confirmation whether it is 1 referral per ticket or per transaction. If its per ticket you will get 1 referral ... if its per transaction you wont get any as the transaction will be in your name and you cant claim a referral for you own ticket.
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Re: Using my own card

Postby Alex533 » Thu Dec 17, 2009 8:15 pm

Last year it was per ticket, really hope it is again this year :?

Enter this when you buy your ticket into the FMC box near the bottom of the form.
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Re: Using my own card

Postby ImmortallyInsane101 » Wed Mar 03, 2010 12:04 am

Is there any new news on this? I want to do the same thing, book mine and my brothers tickets together but use my FMC code with his ticket to get a referal. Is possible?
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Re: Using my own card

Postby Hysteria » Wed Mar 03, 2010 10:42 am

I have a feeling if you are buying them and your card details are correspondant to your FMC code, then it's highly unlikly you'll be able to claim any references.

in any case, use my code ;) :hand:
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Re: Using my own card

Postby Earl Nuce » Tue Apr 27, 2010 1:22 am

Last year I bought all my friends tickets and they counted as referrals. GOLD!
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Re: Using my own card

Postby Martii » Tue May 04, 2010 8:19 am

Its a tricky subject as fmc codes could be mis-used and things could get confusing =/

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Re: Using my own card

Postby Lyekka » Wed Jul 07, 2010 9:12 am

Surely it has to be per ticket?

Otherwise its a little unfair if you refer 2 people that buy their tickets together and only get 1 referral on this scheme....

(I know of at least 2 paired ticket purchases on my code, although I didn't make either of them)
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Re: Using my own card

Postby billytheweed » Wed Jul 07, 2010 9:18 pm

Lyekka wrote:Surely it has to be per ticket?

Otherwise its a little unfair if you refer 2 people that buy their tickets together and only get 1 referral on this scheme....

(I know of at least 2 paired ticket purchases on my code, although I didn't make either of them)


it is per ticket zee cleared this up somewhere ages ago :?
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