Tapping in to WWE Network’s thousands of hours of classic wrestling content just got a little easier, as WWE Network prepaid subscription cards are now available at Dollar General stores nationwide. Dollar General has over 12,000 locations around the US, and soon, you’ll be able to get a WWE Network subscription card at all of them. For just $9.99, the cards will have a code that grants access to WWE Network’s content for 30 days.
Like Netflix and Hulu, WWE Network has offered prepaid cards for a while now. But the addition of another retailer is always a good thing, especially considering that many Dollar General stores are in rural locations that aren’t close to another shopping option.
The move to offer prepaid cards makes sense for WWE. In a time when more and more people are concerned about online identity theft, many people simply aren’t willing to enter their credit or debit card number online, even if a site is guaranteed to be safe. And of course, plenty of people just don’t have a debit or credit card.
So to make sure those people aren’t denied the chance to watch just about every second of WWE/WWF/WCW programming ever made, the service introduced these prepaid subscription cards. In the US, WWE Network prepaid cards can be purchased at Walmart, Best Buy, Dollar General, GameStop, or 7-Eleven.
The cards are also available in the UK at Game stores for PS29.97 (for three months) and in Ireland at GameStop stores for EUR38.97 (for three months).
WWE Network is a streaming service dedicated solely to wrestling, giving subscribers literally thousands of hours of content. From classic shows to new shows to live pay per views, it’s all here. WWE Network can be streamed on almost any device and is a standalone service, meaning no other subscription is required (just an internet connection).
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