*Ahem* Read the post above you *Ahem*
I had the thread open from before you posted. Either way, I'm not taking it whether you prolonged its expiration or not. How many characters is the code now? And why can't you just put it into the redeem page and check what happens?
Long story short - I'm not sure I follow. :-)
1. The code is now a regular 20 digits (in 4 parts) code, and is also attached to my Gifts tab as a gifted code.
- I also got a receipt for this "purchase" in my email just like a regular purchase, which makes me think this made it "official"
- Hmm, I see now my older gifts are only 16 digits (in 4 parts).
2. I'm sure I can place it in my redeem and see it works NOW, but I'm unsure
weather it will work past the original expiration date.
- I'm unsure because I don't know how the codes that did have expiration dates worked before, I only know Fallout codes stopped working after a certain date and trying to redeem them pat it gives an explanation why, but did it say something prior to that date?
- Due to this, I would rather the code be in safe hands that will retry it several times over the couple of days to see if it will indeed stay redeemable... and I doubt I'll have the time to pursue this myself. In order to clear any ambiguity I rather the code will be lost (due to expiration while trying to check every day if it does expire), while I'm fully aware it expired, rather then have it ready at my account only to realize it died on me unknowingly some time ago without clarification.
Also, as my post said earlier, if this endeavor does prove working in general, this is the best thing in terms of bundle keys - As you can turn those into your own gift codes :)