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V-Preca 3000 Visa Gift Card Japan Account digital

Value 
3,000 ¥
5,000 ¥
Version: Japan
Japan
USD 0.00

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Edwin810 (1) on 19, Apr. 2021 00:12 (HKT)

Works as a credit card on Japanese PSN!
While V-Preca cards are slightly more expensive than Japanese PSN point cards (as V-Preca charges a 250 Yen fee), you can use this as a credit card in your PSN profile! This will let you buy CERO Z-rated (18+) games, which cannot be purchased with just a Japanese PSN points card alone. If you're on PS Plus, adding a V-Preca ... [read more...]

Specs

Value
3000 ¥
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Item Description

V-Preca is a pre-paid visa card that you can use straight away without the need to Sign up for an account. They are available for purchase at places such as convenience store displays. You can use it in the same way as V-Preca!

How to Redeem V-Preca Gift Cards:
1. Visit this link: "https://vpclogin.lifecard.co.jp/web/vpreca/vpreca_gift_inquiry_terms_agreement"
2. Click on "V-Preca Gift Terms of Use"
3. Check the box for "I agree to all of the above," then click "NEXT"
4. Enter the Gift Code
5. Enter the Last 4 Digits of the Card Number
6. You have successfully redeemed your card!

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Customer reviews

Average rating:  (5 out of 5)
Total votes: 12

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Still gives you the old version
On May 15 2024 V-Preca got a new version that requires you to have an account, which seems to require you to have a Japanese IP and phone number. This means you can't use the new cards as a way to purchase things online on sites that require Japanese credit cards, such as Sony's Japanese PlayStation Store where you can't use gift cards when purchasing CERO-Z rated games.

Thankfully, even a month after the new version was introduced, Playasia sells the old version that don't require a Japanese phone number and IP to use. So with this card I was able to purchase a CERO-Z game on the Japanese PlayStation Store without living in Japan or having a Japanese credit card or phone number.
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Works as a credit card on Japanese PSN!
While V-Preca cards are slightly more expensive than Japanese PSN point cards (as V-Preca charges a 250 Yen fee), you can use this as a credit card in your PSN profile! This will let you buy CERO Z-rated (18+) games, which cannot be purchased with just a Japanese PSN points card alone. If you're on PS Plus, adding a V-Preca card to your profile will also let you download any PS Plus free play games which are rated CERO Z.
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