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    Greetings Code People. I come looking for help and assistance with my dilemma.

    I run a WordPress site for Video Games and such. Lately we’ve been getting beta codes and keys for games to distribute amongst our viewers. I was looking for a Script/Plugin/Ability to submit XXX amount of codes, and the script would release one per IP when someone hit a button. (GET A KEY!)

    The End result, would have a page that said XXX Keys Left! – Click here to claim one! Users HAVE to be members of the site to be able to hit the button.

    I’ve seen several sites with this, some f them even wordpress sites so I know its out there, somewhere. I’m just stuck looking for help in finding it. I was hoping someone here might be able to help.

    Here is an example:

    Let me know if someone can help me! Thanks! :D


    Anyone? Bump for Great Justice =(


    Does no one know? :(



    I’m not sure if advertising (even if it’s relevant) is allowed on this website but after many disappointing nights trawling the web myself to find a key giveaway script I finally relented and ended up hiring a developer to code a similar script to what you wanted.

    In an attempt to recoup the development costs I’ve decide to sell the script for $12. In the event that I actually recoup the entire cost of the development I’ll probably either release the plugin for free (I doubt I’ll get enough sales to do this until another 6 months or so – if at even that) or keep on it sale and use the extra funds to rehire my developer. If I do end up rehiring him I’ll probably be getting him to add the more “complex” features that I can’t do myself with my admittedly poor coding skills

    Either way, you can check out the script at

    PS: apoligies for the bump but I thought I’d add this in for anyone who stumbles across this thread on Google.

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