Can i return something ive bought from gamestop using a power up rewards coupon and still use the coupon?

Question by Jalils China: Can i return something ive bought from gamestop using a power up rewards coupon and still use the coupon?
So i bought a used wii tonight and i used 25,000 reward points to get a $ 25 off coupon i want to return this used wii to gamestop and buy a brand new one. Will they still give me $ 25 off?

Best answer:

Answer by Christian G
I have not done this before, but knowing gamestop you should be able to do that. They probably wont give you a new coupon, but just take the $ 25 off the purchase of the new Wii. If you want to, you can call your local store to see, or just go there and they will tell you. Make sure you bring your power up card along with any receipts.

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“Be as a bird perched on a frail branch that she feels bending beneath her, still she sings away all the same, knowing she has wings”~

“Be as a bird perched on a frail branch that she feels bending beneath her, still she sings away all the same, knowing she has wings”~
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~ Saw this pretty bird with the bright blue feathers on its head inside Lorikeets Landing at the Lowry Zoo, Tampa ~

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** Special thanks to Peggy Collins and John D. Willis for the correct name of this bird which is the " Great Blue Turaco" **

Great Blue Turaco ~

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The Great Blue Turaco (Corythaeola cristata) is a turaco, a group of African near-passerines. It is not only the largest turaco but the largest species in the diverse Cuculiformes order (which includes the cuckoos). Generally, the Great Blue Turaco is 70–76 cm (28–30 in) in length with a mass of 800–1,231 g (1.8–2.71 lb). In the Bandundu province of the DR Congo, the Great Blue Turaco is actively hunted for meat and feathers. The blue and yellow tail feathers are prized for making good luck talismans. In the area of Bandundu around the city of Kikwit, it is called "Kolonvo".

The Great Blue Turaco (Corytheola cristata) has to be one of the more challenging species. Whilst these stunning birds provide hours of entertainment with their boisterous and ungainly nature they can prove to be a bit of a handful. Aggression can be sporadic and spontaneous and can disappear just as quickly, yet some individuals can be incredibly shy.

Housing this species was a matter of personal preference. They adapt well and thrive in both heated glass aviaries or outside flights in sub-zero temperatures. The species is a frugivore but are also very happy to consume leafy material. This can be supplied in various forms with lettuce being of particular interest. The diet itself heavily depends upon the resources available. Most fruits are accepted, the softer and more juicy fruits being preferred, cucumber should also be added to this list of fruit. The diet as with most softbill species should be enhanced with a vitamin/mineral supplement and the provision of a fruit-based softbill mix.

Perching, as with most turaco species is paramount and the provision of strong and securely hung perching is necessary. The Blue Turaco is a great fan of ‘crashing around’ which can be misconstrued as being quite deliberate, especially during an early weekend morning! Fortunately the species isn’t destructive so aviaries can be well planted. Certain species of fruit bearing tree can be targeted for green forage so to plant expensive tropical fruit trees in the aviary may be a mistake. Otherwise the species rarely comes to ground and shows little destructive quality for the majority of aviary plants. Some damage in the form of leaf shredding may be seen on plants such as the banana, but in this case the plant shows no ill effects caused by the damage.

The blues are short-range strong fliers and will readily use the space afforded them. As mentioned secure perching is required in all areas of the aviary and if given the option the birds will bounce across an aviary rather than fly despite their agility in the air.

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How do I eat low fat and still eat appetizing foods?

Question by Kelli H: How do I eat low fat and still eat appetizing foods?
Next week I am scheduled to have my gallbladder and appendex taking out because of severe complications I am currently having. The doctor has already placed me on a low fat diet (25-35 grams of fat per day), and I am COMPLETELY not used to this way of life. I’m all about meat… potatoes… butter… and lots of grease. I enjoy lots of spice, as well. I already know with my gallbladder out I will need to be close to a bathroom after a more-than-bland meal.

But my question is… where can I find tasty recipies that will satisfy my fatty cravings yet ultimately be low-fat? How do I turn my already-perfect recipies to be easier on the fat? Generally—how should I go about decreasing my daily fat intake?

Best answer:

Answer by Historyman
I wouldn’t even ask that question here, I would ask my doctor to refer me to a dietitian.
I have, for another medical condition.

I don’t ask my banker how to bake bread,
I don’t ask my baker about banking.

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Can I still print coupons without installing the coupon printer?

Question by sidekickhero: Can I still print coupons without installing the coupon printer?
I am planning on printing them at the library on campus. I want to use up my print credits before it gets reset this upcoming year. Is there a way to print coupons with out installing the coupon printer. The school doesn’t allow programs to be downloaded.

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Answer by Yahzmin: IGMA Artisan
It depends on the coupon site. Some have other ways to print, but most MUST download their printer program, so you won’t be able to use them. You simply have to experiment from site to site.

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Can I still be insured with Healthy Kids when I turn 18?

Question by Jessica: Can I still be insured with Healthy Kids when I turn 18?
Also, can I still be on my parents’ car insurance?

Best answer:

Answer by Twitter Bird
You can still be on your parents car insurance after 18 as long as you are living at home (or at collage).

Are you asking about Healthy Kids in California? You have to be 18 or younger, so when you are 19 you will no longer be eligible as a child. You would need to recheck your eligibility for that program on your own, or Medi-Cal. If California is not your program, then you need to internet search for your state and the program requirements.

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