Free stuff is always good stuff. Well, maybe not if said “free stuff” was a box of one dozen starving, crazed weasels, but if I told you that you could grab yourself a free Zelda sticker–and, yes, I mean totally free–then I’m sure you’d be hooked straight away. Geek supply store Hobo Ninja are running some sort of promotion by which you can score their “Will Work For Rupees” sticker for not a single rupee of your own, just by entering a special coupon code at checkout. What’s the code, I hear you asking? Hit the jump to find out!
Before we get started, there are a couple of things I feel I should let you know. This offer is only available to US residents, so those of you who aren’t from there, like myself, will have to do what we do best–look wistfully at all the great stuff you can get in America that isn’t available in our own countries. For some reason, the original thread on Reddit claims that the offer has expired, but I tested it not a minute ago and it seemed to work, so all should be good. I’m not actually sure when the deal will end, however, so be sure to grab it soon!
Also, the coupon code only works for a single sticker. It might be possible to score more than one if you create new accounts for each sticker, however, if anyone wants to try it out. Okay, without further ado, here’s how to score yourself a free sticker–and you don’t even need a credit card number!
- Go here and have a look and what you’re about to get for free.
- Add the sticker to your shopping cart.
- Enter “RUPEES-FREE” into the Coupon Code section and press Add.
- Your “less discount total” should now say $-2.99, and your total should say $0.00.
- Proceed through the checkout (read below first) and enjoy your free sticker!
There’s one more thing you should be aware of before you grab yourself a sticker. One commenter on Reddit claimed that his credit card was charged $2.99 a couple of weeks after capitalising on the bargain, leading others to advise that people should use a fake credit card number such as sixteen zeros.
So, what do you think? Are you going to make the most of this offer, or are you an envious non-American who wishes that their country got equally cool stuff? Let us know in the comments below!