Post Reply A redeemable-guaranteed Crunchyroll pass exchange website
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Posted 7/19/15 , edited 7/19/15


Wasabii - a crunchyroll passes exchange center

If you have some unused Crunchyroll passes to share or looking for one, this website is probably for you. The site always makes sure that all the codes you will see at the bottom are redeemable. I believe everyone is tired of trying a bunch of codes just to see that all of them are redeemed, you won't ever have to do that here.

Hope to see more people putting the passes in here! I posted this on reddit yesterday and apparently all 200+ codes were donated and redeemed in less than 20 hours. It's really nice to see the sharing and claiming in real time haha.
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I wonder how long it would take for someone to bypass the safety measure to put up bogus codes just to be a jerk.

Not like I tried to put in a fake code or anything...
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igodzp wrote:

The site always makes sure that all the codes you will see at the bottom are redeemable.

I am curious what mechanism they could use for doing this.

Even if they had determined the algorithm for valid codes, a valid code could be expired or already redeemed prior to submission. (It is possible CR's algorithm for generating codes embeds the expiration date, but the latter problem would still remain).

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Posted 7/19/15 , edited 7/19/15
Looks interesting. Threw in whatever guest passes i had.
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TheAncientOne wrote:


igodzp wrote:

The site always makes sure that all the codes you will see at the bottom are redeemable.

I am curious what mechanism they could use for doing this.


Ditto.
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You can just try to redeem it via a premium account and if it is expired or otherwise invalid it will tell you, and if it is valid it will just say you can't redeem it because you already have premium.
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beardfist wrote:

You can just try to redeem it via a premium account and if it is expired or otherwise invalid it will tell you, and if it is valid it will just say you can't redeem it because you already have premium.


Pretty much this.
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The UI was updated and a lot faster. Check it out!!
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TheAncientOne wrote:


igodzp wrote:

The site always makes sure that all the codes you will see at the bottom are redeemable.

I am curious what mechanism they could use for doing this.

Even if they had determined the algorithm for valid codes, a valid code could be expired or already redeemed prior to submission. (It is possible CR's algorithm for generating codes embeds the expiration date, but the latter problem would still remain).



Guest pass redeeming is a two-page step, as you know. All that is required to check is to enter the code, reach the second page, and then look for the HTML element with "Expires: Expired" to see if its valid. No complete redemption necessary. lol, that sounded funny. Anyways, this could be readily automated by someone with the know-how.
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HoshinoKaabi wrote:


TheAncientOne wrote:


igodzp wrote:

The site always makes sure that all the codes you will see at the bottom are redeemable.

I am curious what mechanism they could use for doing this.

Even if they had determined the algorithm for valid codes, a valid code could be expired or already redeemed prior to submission. (It is possible CR's algorithm for generating codes embeds the expiration date, but the latter problem would still remain).



Guest pass redeeming is a two-page step, as you know. All that is required to check is to enter the code, reach the second page, and then look for the HTML element with "Expires: Expired" to see if its valid. No complete redemption necessary. lol, that sounded funny. Anyways, this could be readily automated by someone with the know-how.


That's precisely how it works haha.
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