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If you want to get them as gift cards, it might be easier to buy cards at a physical store. Also it's worth noting the country restrictions, if you or the intended recipient is ourside of North America: -cash-card-information/

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To get Gems with an EA Card, first buy an EA Card at Two things to note here: this is a digital purchase so you will not receive a physical card and EA Card PIN codes can only be redeemed by players residing in the United States and Canada.

You must have heard of gift cards. So EA Cash Card is basically a gift card for Origin. You can give these EA Cash Cards to your friends so they can buy what they want on Origin, or you can use it to add funds to your own EA Wallet.

Origin, now also called EA app, is a free gaming service from Electronic Arts (EA) and is similar to platforms like Steam or Play games from this company on devices such as PC, PlayStation and Xbox. They also offer EA Play, a subscription that gives you pre-release access to games and exclusive content, among other things. An Origin gift card, also known as an EA Game Card, is credit you can spend on games, DLC and other content on the platform, or on the Play subscription.

With the balance of an Origin gift card, you can access a large selection of games, such as FIFA, The Sims, Battlefield and Need for Speed, as well as various EA Play subscriptions in the Origin Store, or EA app. You can also easily buy DLC, in-game content and much more there.

Yes, you can definitely make someone who loves Electronic Arts games happy with an EA Origin gift card! Choose an amount and select one of our unique free gift designs. Add a nice message and checkout the gift card. Now you have the choice to print the card, or send it digitally! Make it as personal as you like.

Hi! My friend wishes Sims 4 expansion packs for Christmas. So I decided that I wanted to buy him a digital Origin gift card or code (EA cash up I think its called). But I have one problem. After searching around, I CANT FIND ANYWHERE THEY SELL GIFT CARDS! Can someone please help me.

Use of this Card constitutes acceptance of the following terms: This EA prepaid card is issued by Electronic Arts Inc. and is valid in the U.S. You must be a U.S. resident to use this prepaid card. This EA prepaid card is redeemable at or other EA online cash card enabled stores. An EA account, registration of an EA wallet and acceptance of the EA wallet and cash terms and conditions ( -card-terms-and-conditions) is required. To open an EA account, you must be at least 13 years of age and accept EA's User Agreement and Privacy and Cookie Policy. See

The board of directors of each of Electronic Arts and Glu Mobile have approved the transaction and the Glu board recommends that Glu stockholders approve the transaction and adopt the merger agreement. Under the terms of the agreement, Glu stockholders will receive $12.50 in cash for each share of Glu stock, representing an equity value of $2.4 billion, and a total enterprise value of $2.1 billion including Glu's net cash of $364 million. The transaction is anticipated to close in the quarter ending June 30, 2021, subject to approval by the Glu stockholders, the receipt of required regulatory approvals and other customary closing conditions.

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Electronic Arts announced last night that they have bought gaming website in a deal worth $42m. is probably better known for its past life as gaming service provider TEN, who helped form the Professional Gamers League before abandoning the notoriously fickle hardcore gaming market to concentrate on mainstream webgames such as card and board games. boasts 17 million registered members and is apparently the stickiest site on the net, with users spending an average of three hours on the site each month, but if none of those people are paying you then all the users in the world won't do you any good.

The recent collapse in the online advertising market seems to have sunk Pogo, who relied heavily on advertising revenue to subsidise their service and cash prizes for players. Earlier this year a $150m deal with Excite@Home fell through, and this weekend EA picked up the ailing site for some loose change it found down the back of the sofa. The deal is a risky one though - with the current state of the online advertising market the 800,000,000 ad views a month which Pogo claims to get aren't going to earn anything like the $25 per thousand which one rather optimistic analyst said would make the deal pay for itself. Unlike Pogo though, relies on a mixture of advertising revenue and subscription fees, but they will need to convince upwards of 600,000 Pogo users to subscribe to their service to meet their target of breaking even by next spring.

"Pogo's content and traffic allow for a great revenue line from advertising and is very compatible with EA's plan to convert players into subscription revenue", according to EA's Jeff Brown, but just how many of those 17 million users were actually active, how many will switch over to and how many will want to pay for monthly access to premium titles remains to be seen. Certainly is in need of a boost though, as rumours suggest that the project has swallowed a huge quantity of cash, including financial penalties inflicted by AOL (who use games on their own online games channel) as a result of the project running behind schedule.

TORONTO - March 12, 2007 - FUN Technologies Inc. (TSX:FUN) (AIM:FUN) today announced that its WorldWinner ( ) subsidiary has renewed its exclusive agreement with Electronic Arts Inc. to provide cash tournaments on ( ). is the #1 stickiest destination for online gaming according to comScore Media Metrix (February 2007). Boasting a wide variety of more than 75 free online games including puzzle , word , casino , classic card and board , features both single-player and multiplayer games.

Under the terms of the agreement, WorldWinner will develop a customized cash tournament site, where players from can compete against thousands of players in the WorldWinner player network. Furthermore, WorldWinner will promote Club Pogo, the subscription service offered by, on the customized site as well as on and its affiliate sites. Club Pogo is home to more than 1.4 million paying subscribers who spend upwards of 12 hours per week playing and socializing online.

FUN Technologies' FUN Games division, comprised of its wholly-owned subsidiaries SkillJam, WorldWinner, Octopi and Teagames, develops and distributes casual games solutions with a focus on free play and cash competitions across online, mobile and iTV platforms. Its broad network of partner sites includes leading global brands, such as AOL Games, EA-Pogo, GSN, Lycos, MSN Games, Real Networks and Virgin Games. FUN Games boasts the world's largest skill games network, with more than 30 million registered players.

"My wife and I have a combined income of $80,000. We have two young kids so we find it very hard to save. How much would you recommend being the most we can put on our credit card for Christmas gifts for our kids?"

Well I have to admit you certainly put me on the spot with this question. If you want my honest opinion then my initial reaction and answer to your question would be nothing. Do not put a single dime on a credit card to pay for Christmas gifts for your children.

Given your situation, I am going to assume that you are living paycheck to paycheck and whatever you put on the credit card would stay on your credit card long after your next statement period. Knowing the extraordinary interest that you would incur, I cannot possibly recommend any amount to put on your credit card.

There are some cases where this may not be the case. Maybe you or your wife are expecting an end of year bonus above your usual monthly pay. If this is the case then I could justify purchasing gifts on your credit card because you would have them paid before your due date with the end of the year bonus. In this case, I would suggest you definitely not spend more than your after tax bonus in gifts. 041b061a72


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