Otherwise you will have to pay the retailer full price at a cost determined by the retailer. THERE ARE NO EXCEPTIONS TO THIS. I emailed someone higher up at Dish Network about this. If you want a discount/free Dish Upgrade (whether it be Dish500 or SuperDish) or if you need a Dish Mover's performed when you move, then you will have to have a credit card. This was a marketing decision that they have made. I can see some churn as a result. Imagine someone wanting a SuperDish upgrade needing a few DishPro Adaptors. By the time they pay for the SuperDish ($200) Installation ($100+) and two DishPro Adaptors ($100-160) you are looking at a cost of $300-460 (plus sales tax putting it around $500). I do not know anyone out there that would be willing to pay this. They will switch to DirecTv or cable in a heartbeat and spread the word about how Dish Network does their customers if they do not have a credit card. DirecTv's dish is MUCH cheaper than this and I dont think DirecTv requires a credit card to upgrade either. Those wanting to move will have to take their dish with them and pay someone as much as $100 or more (plus $ for each additional reciever) to get their system moved.