Newest TracFone Promotional Codes

First, I apologize for my long absence from the blog. It’s been a very busy month so far, but hopefully that will change over the next few weeks and I’ll have more time to get back to writing some informative posts and helping out in the comments section. I’ll start by updating the code list, which hasn’t happened in a while.

For the current TracFone Promotional Code database, click here. I reviewed the list of codes over the weekend, and made a few changes. I’ve removed some expired promotional codes from the list, and added several new codes, as follows:

  • 47238 for 30 bonus minutes on a 60-minute or larger card
  • 97994 for 20 bonus minutes on a 60-minute or larger card
  • 35108 for 80 bonus minutes on a 120-minute or larger card
  • 13870 for 30 bonus minutes on a 120-minute or larger card
  • 27761 for 30 bonus minutes on a 120-minute or larger card
  • 71172 for 30 bonus minutes on a 120-minute or larger card
  • 78349 for 60 bonus minutes on a 200-minute or larger card
  • 79600 for 80 bonus minutes on a 450-minute or larger card

All of these codes are now in the database, in bold to indicate that they are recent additions.

Additionally, you may want to try the code I wrote about a few weeks ago – 93453 had been awarding 200 bonus minutes with ANY denomination card. By most accounts, that code is now limited to use with an 800 minute, one year, DMFL card. But some sources still seem to indicate that it will work with smaller airtime cards, so if you’re adding one of those cards you might want to give 93453 a try before moving on to the smaller promotional codes.

One of the notable deletions from the list was code 14938, which had been awarding 60 bonus minutes on a 60 minute or larger card. That bonus now seems to apply only to the one-year card, leaving a 30-minute code as the best available on a 60-minute card (unless you are lucky enough to still get 93453 to work for you). It seems to be part of a trend of TracFone subtly encouraging users to purchase larger denominations.
Coming next – more info about the Samsung t401g

8 thoughts on “Newest TracFone Promotional Codes

  1. Thanks for the info.

    I’m looking forward to more info on the Samsung T401G.I just purchased this phone and, so far, I LOVE the phone.
    Mike

  2. Do you need to check these codes online to see if they will work?
    If I just use my phone it will not let me go back if it doesn’t accept a code will it?

  3. Do you know if any of these codes confirm that you are awarded the bonus BEFORE you actually pay? I know for a fact that the code for the 200 minute bonus did not and many were reluctant to try it because there was no indication they were getting the minutes until after they paid for the purchase.

    • jgr789 – I’ve never seen confirmation of any bonus minutes until after the transaction is completed. I’ve been doing this for a few years, though, so I am used to it, and as long as the promotion code goes thru, i.e., the Tracfone web site doesn’t tell me the code isn’t valid, then I am confident I am getting the bonus minutes. At least that has been my personal experience, and I have always used promotion codes with airtime purchases for my Tracfone. I guess I can see why people would not be comfortable with this – I was not at first, but I just got used to it.

  4. Just did a transaction online and did the

    *78349 for 60 bonus minutes on a 200-minute or larger card

    and it worked!

    Thanks a bunch!

  5. If you are purchasing time thru Tracfone’s web site, and you attempt to redeem a promotion code and the code isn’t valid, you will be informed that the code doesn’t work, and you will have the opportunity to enter another code in its place, so it’s a good idea to have alternative codes to enter “just in case.”

    Supposedly this site tests bonus codes thru the Tracfone web site:

    http://preprepaid.com/testing_tracfone_bonus_codes.php

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