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Does anyone know if there's a way to tell if Webkinz code tags have been used yet WITHOUT actually adopting the pet? We have some code tags that were cut off new pets that I'd been saving for incentives for my kids and now are mixed up with used ones. I had not planned on having them adopt these pets now, so is there any way to separate them out WITHOUT adopting? For instance, if you back out at the moment Mrs. Birdy says something about "putting this pet on your account", will the code still be unused? Is there any way to do this? HELP!! Thanks! Shelia
sorry, i'm not aware of any way to distinguish
try looking at the code to see if it looks like it has been opened before or bent slightly at the edges i guess you could try calling ganz, but depending on howmany codes you have, it could be hard to disstinguish
on the back of the codes, it says what type of pet the code is for, so that could help!
Some of these are duplicate animals, so that part doesn't help (at least not much). I have my codes, my husband's codes, and codes for 3 kids mixed up together with unused ones--there are at least 80 of them, so I'd think that would be a lot for Ganz to go through. Didn't know if there was a simpler way....
No simpler way because you don't know the code has been used until after you enter in those letters for verification and by then it's too late. I have more than one account and when I adopt a pet I mark it with an initial to identify the account and then I put it in another place. If I have some codes I have not used I put them in a separate bag. I suggest that when you do figure it out you have some way of identifying which ones have been used and where they were used. If you ever have a problem with an account you may need to know a pet code from that account, and with them all mixed together how are you going to do that? I do have one code from each account marked for the account and stapled to a piece of paper so I have that information available.
The only way that I know of would be to call Ganz. Ganz doesn't have a code checker because if they did people would just keep entering random codes until they found one that worked and then adopt the pet.
If you call Ganz explain your situation just like you did to us. Then ask if they would be willing to help you check some codes. You will probably have to tell them the type of pet and the code. I am sure they would be willing to help you out.
Before you call Ganz though I would try to determine which codes you know are used so that you don't have to ask them about those.
No. There isn't any way to tell. If they are YOURS and have already been entered in they cannot be reused. If someone typed in a reandom code and got a code of your pet, there is no way to tell. But there is some place you CAN get it back. Somewhere on the Webkinz website.
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