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  1. Brian in Mesa

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    Yeah, I searched all over the internet and added all the codes I could find. Was really helpful when I was at a lower level.

    Here in Arizona, you can get free codes at Circle K. Well, you have to download their free app and buy a Polar Pop or sometimes some other combo of food/drink for codes. Really good gear though.
     
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    Had a fun morning - hitting a ton of portals from Burbank to Hollywood. :cool:
     
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    Its fun playing out of town. I have hit most of the Oregon coast this Summer, No. California Coast, Mt. View, CA, I5 all the way to LA, parts of LA, and will hit Flagstaff to Heber-ish over Labor Day weekend. What a crazy Summer! I usually don't travel this much I had to buy a "key locker" to store all my portal keys.
     
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    So awesome. Vegas is full of portals, too. We recently got back from Oregon/Washington. Hit portals along the way in Nevada, Idaho, Oregon, Washington, California, and, of course, back into Arizona. It is really cool to do missions in other states. We did a 6-part mosaic mission in Hood River, OR, and individual missions in Idaho, Oregon, and California. We probably hit some of the same portals as you.
     
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    Holy smokes, didn't realize you were moving through here!

    Another place crazy with portals is Disneyland. It is ridiculous They are virtually everywhere.
     
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    Did some fielding in the middle of the night - all of the blue on both sides of the 60 near Fiesta Mall.
     
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    Also took down a huge green field near work this morning. Combination of fielding plus taking down that field = #14 on the regional leaderboard.

    :cool:
     
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    Here is a great code for some really good gear: qnod8cb2na74uhov

    I believe it gives you gear up to the level you are at.

    My co-worker just got some level 7 gear.

    Personally, I received: 5 portal shields, 5 L8 Ultra Strikes, 10 L8 Xmp Burster, 10 L8 Resonator, 5 L8 Power Cubes.

    To enter a passcode:

    Go to https://www.ingress.com/intel, sign in with the email address attached to your account, then click on Passcode in the upper right and enter the code.

    On an android phone I believe you can hit OPS and then select Passcode and enter the code.

    * Also - if you download the Circle K app and make select purchases - you can also earn codes to redeem.
     
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    Rats, just saw this. I have been looking for passcodes online with limited success.

    Hey, did you get the word it is double AP for the next 2 weeks?
     
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    Double AP for the next couple weeks. Loving it.

    Got my Onyx Recharger medal and am now level 13.


    Sent from my cell phone.
     
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    Ha !! Great minds think alike. JINX. :)
     
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    :cheers:
     
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    Great work!

    I am one gold badge and a bit of AP short of level 11
     
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    Level 14. Joined a couple new Google Hangouts for the Resistance in the East Valley. Still having a blast.
     
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    One badge short of L12.

    Getting a little burned out as the RES rips your fields down within hours, sometimes less of putting them up. We are way outnumbered around here.

    Drove out past Grants Pass with my brother and law and set up two corners of a huge field. But some RES agent followed us out there and took it down before we could get the third corner. SOME of these guys take this a bit too seriously.

    Around here, the RES buy tons of gear and have a highly regimented military type structure. The ENL are the opposite.

    Had a RES agent flip me off at a portal a few weeks ago. Lots of fun!!
     

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