Station Cash is Daybreak Game Company's virtual currency that players can buy to purchase in-game items through the in-game Marketplace in all DBG titles.
You can fund your account within the game or on our website at soe.com/stationcash. In-game, go to the Marketplace and select 'Add Funds' and follow the on-screen instructions. There are multiple denominations from which to choose.
You can buy pre-paid game cards at select retailers and then redeem a card for Station Cash. To find out where to buy a card and how to activate an DBG game card, visit soe.com/gamecards.
For EverQuest® II and EverQuest®, log into the game and click on the SC icon to launch the marketplace. Select an item to purchase and click on "Buy Now" button.
For DC Universe™ Online, open the Marketplace by clicking on the "Shopping Cart" icon on the PDA bar. Then click on "Add Cash" button at the top of the Marketplace Window. Select your Payment Method and add your billing information if necessary. Lastly, select the Station Cash item to purchase.
For PlanetSide® 2, log into the game and click on the Depot icon to launch the marketplace. Select the item you wish to purchase and hit the Buy Now button to purchase.
Yes, Station Cash is tied to each player's account. For example, if you were to redeem a PlanetSide 2 Station Cash card for 1500 Station Cash, that Station Cash would also be redeemable for items in the EverQuest, and EverQuest II Marketplace.
Station Cash is non-refundable.
Station Cash is non-transferable and currently non-giftable.
Yes. You'll be notified by our system if you exceed our preset limits.
DBG payment methods include credit card, PayPal, Paysafe and game cards. If you do not have a credit card you can purchase station cash by selecting your preferred payment method at soe.com/stationcash.
No, at this time, players will not be able to purchase monthly subscriptions or game time with Station Cash. Station Cash is limited to in-game items only.
Station Cash is subject to our Terms of Service, in particular section VII(F).
No, currently the items sold cannot be traded, which helps to reduce and/or prevent fraud.