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Only worthwhile "credit score" to buy is the Equifax FICO score that you can buy through myfico.com or through the Equifax website (make sure to buy the FICO score and not the FAKO).
myfico sells a FICO TU score but it is a TU98 which is out of date and hardly used. Assuming your info is the same on all the credit bureaus, you can use your equifax fico score as a guide. Your other FICO scores should be within 20 points of the equifax one.
Walmart provides TU08 score for holders of their cards, but TU08 isn't widely used but it might gain acceptance in the future. PSECU provides a EX FICO score to its customers. There are some other credit unions that do the same as well.
Amex Centurion, Amex Platinum, Amex BCP 8k->24k (5/23/12), Amex TE 15k, Cap One 1.5% 15k->20k (8/7/13), CSP 25k, Chase Palladium 100k, Citibank AA 35k (AU), Firestone 1.8k->2.2k->2.4k (8/20/12), JFCU Jloc 30k, PenFed Plat Rewards 30k, SF Fire 30k, US Bank Cash+ 25k