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FS: hasanyone got spare battlefield 2 vip code £2.00

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Found 21st Mar 2010
i brought a copy of battlefield 2 and the code inside didnt work and wonderd if anyone had spare one i have contacted them about it but awaiting and need one now lol

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Hi , might seem obvious this , but you have to enter the code exaclty how it is , ie use the " - " between the sets of numbers and use capitals .

King_Viv;8164933

Hi , might seem obvious this , but you have to enter the code exaclty how … Hi , might seem obvious this , but you have to enter the code exaclty how it is , ie use the " - " between the sets of numbers and use capitals .



+1, although I think on mine I just used CAPS without the - signs. :thumbsup:

This isn't an FS post... FS stands for For Sale, you should have used WTD in place of Wanted

KrisReynolds;8166011

This isn't an FS post... FS stands for For Sale, you should have used WTD … This isn't an FS post... FS stands for For Sale, you should have used WTD in place of Wanted



OP must have known better than you. Sometime the system add FS on it owns

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KrisReynolds;8166011

This isn't an FS post... FS stands for For Sale, you should have used WTD … This isn't an FS post... FS stands for For Sale, you should have used WTD in place of Wanted



you should have used "a" instead of "an" , but hey

King_Viv;8166224

you should have used "a" instead of "an" , but hey



Well that depends on whether the 'F' in "FS" was an "eff" (F) or a "For" doesn't it. :thumbsup:

Either way it shouldn't be in the "FS/FT" section, rather the "Misc" Section.

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r3tract;8166254

Well that depends on whether the 'F' in "FS" was an "eff" (F) or a "For" … Well that depends on whether the 'F' in "FS" was an "eff" (F) or a "For" doesn't it. :thumbsup:Either way it shouldn't be in the "FS/FT" section, rather the "Misc" Section.



Well he told us what the f stood for in his post , he said the fs stands for "for sale" , so it doesnt take an english language expert to realise it should have been used in conjunction with an "a" ?

Either way , it was a point not worth bringing up by the poster , which was mainly my point , showing an insignificant error in his listing , which was neither here nor there

When I put my code in it seemed to accept it, without the dashes.

Btw if anyone has a spare code, I'd be most appreciative, as my brother would like a go at the maps too

King_Viv;8166394

Well he told us what the f stood for in his post , he said the fs stands … Well he told us what the f stood for in his post , he said the fs stands for "for sale" , so it doesnt take an english language expert to realise it should have been used in conjunction with an "a" ?Either way , it was a point not worth bringing up by the poster , which was mainly my point , showing an insignificant error in his listing , which was neither here nor there


While I agree, it is an insignificant point, I have to inform you that you are incorrect. It is fairly obvious that the "F" in "FS" stands in place of a "For", but it is still possible that when you refer to "FS", you can be legitimately calling it "eff es" rather than "for sale". Therefore the use of either "a" or "an" is completely acceptable, which in turn renders your original accusation null and void.

Josh.

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and about the code josh , do you have one ?

lol

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