Quick Answer: Does 711 Sell Calling Cards?

7-Eleven, Inc.

Participating 7-Eleven(R) stores will carry a re-chargeable, co-branded IDT/7-Eleven Universal domestic calling card selling in denominations of $5, $10 and $20, and a re-chargeable, co-branded $5 calling card designated for calls to Mexico.

Does 7 Eleven have gift cards?

7‑Eleven carries an assortment of gift cards in multiple denominations focused on general use and digital entertainment – gaming, music, video, smartphones and other devices – ranging in price from $10 to $500.

How do you buy a calling card?


  • Buy your card. You can buy calling cards at most convenience stores and grocery stores, or you can shop online.
  • Dial the access number.
  • Enter your PIN.
  • Dial the number you are trying to call.
  • Hang up when you’re finished with the call.

Does 711 sell prepaid cards?

7-Eleven Now Offering PayPal Prepaid Card. AUSTIN, Texas — 7-Eleven stores will now offer the PayPal Prepaid MasterCard at participating franchised and company-operated stores nationwide. The card can be used for both online and in-store purchases wherever Debit MasterCard is accepted.

Does 7/11 sell cell phones?

The convenience store giant on Tuesday began selling its Speak Out cell phone service in 1,400 stores and announced plans to offer the phones in the majority of its 5,300 stores by July. “Our goal is to be in every market and in most of our stores,” said 7-Eleven spokeswoman Margaret Chabris.

Does 7/11 sell Amazon gift cards?

7-Eleven also carries Amazon prepaid gift cards in denominations from $25 to $500. 7-Eleven operates, franchises or licenses 10,900 stores in the U.S. and Canada, so this launch covers a majority of 7-Eleven’s U.S. footprint. Amazon Cash is available at 7-Eleven starting today.

Does 711 Sell PayPal cards?

“Because of our current partnership with 7-Eleven, the convenience store company will be the first major retailer to offer the PayPal prepaid card to consumers throughout the U.S.,” said Dan Henry, chief executive officer of NetSpend.