Black Friday 2014: $100 iTunes Gift Cards for $75 (US Only)

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Paypal Digital Gifts is offering $100 iTunes Gift Cards for $75 via eBay - a 25% discount, for Black Friday. The codes are delivered digitally to PayPal registered email addresses. The offer is only available to U.S. customers and expires tonight at midnight (Eastern).

Black Friday sales kicked off last night and officially continue through today. Some sales may last the weekend. We've previously provided a comprehensive list of sales on Mac, iPhone, and iPad products.

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74 months ago
For all those people that said that they only got a single code by a single email when purchasing multiple cards:

Are you using Apple Mail?
Are you using Conversation View?
Did you even bother to look at the earlier emails in the conversation?

I purchased two codes and it appeared that I only received a single email because of how conversation view works in Apple Mail.
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74 months ago
That's a good deal. I'm getting two!
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74 months ago
Despite this not being available in the UK, I'm surprised at how we've been increasingly swept up in Black Friday year over year.
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74 months ago

This isn't a reseller using PayPal. This is PayPal itself selling gift cards. If things go wrong, they can't hide behind any terms and conditions and let you fight it out with the seller, because they _are_ the seller.





To purchase a gift card ("Digital Gift") from the PayPal Digital Gifts store ("Store") you must have a valid U.S. PayPal account. Use of this website and the Store constitutes acceptance of the PayPal User Agreement, the PayPal Privacy Policy and any other legal agreements that apply to you as a PayPal account holder. PayPal reserves the right to delay or decline purchases for any reason. Limits may apply to the amount and number of Digital Gifts you can buy. Electronic delivery only. PayPal is not responsible for any loss or damage resulting from lost or stolen Digital Gifts or use without permission. PayPal makes no warranties, express or implied, with respect to the Digital Gifts and disclaims any warranty to the fullest extent available. No returns or refunds accepted. You may only send Digital Gifts using this Store to someone in the U.S. [COLOR="Black"][COLOR="Red"]For a dispute with any Digital Gift retailer, you release PayPal (and its affiliates and subsidiaries, officers, directors, employees and agents) from any and all claims connected with such dispute.
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If you want to purchase from sellers with over 100 negative feedbacks this month alone . Feel free . As far as it being paypal selling the cards thats a outright lie .
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74 months ago

So I fell for this and bought 2. Received 5 emails, 2 from eBay basically confirming order and shipment. 3 from PayPal, the last being my redemption code. When I redeemed it, the code only gave credit for 1- $100 gift card, not 2. So I've paid $150 for a $100 gift card and now have to contact customer service, go through the hassle of getting this fixed. Their receipt for the redemption code clearly shows $150 paid, with $100 as the amount of the gift. So either one of their "merchants" under the PayPal digital gift umbrella is scammer...or they've got a bug in their system.

WHAT A CROCK OF $#%.

This undermines my impression of PayPal, I expect their systems to be superior, given that I have both bank account and credit card linked to them. I don't care if there are a bunch of merchants under the PayPal digital gift thing...if they're going to put their name on it, it should work.

Not worth the hassle to save $5 over the multitude of other deals out there.

I think you need to look harder at your emails. I bought two and got two emails. I use Apple Mail and have my messages grouped by subject conversation so maybe you think you are only seeing one email but two emails are in that group. Or maybe you didn't click both "View Code" buttons on two emails to get two redeem code emails sent to you.

The emails I got were:

4:44 pm Payment confirmation from PayPal
4:45 pm Purchase confirmation from eBay
4:50 pm 2x View Code emails from PayPal
4:58 pm Shipped confirmation from eBay (After clicking View Code on each email?)
5:45 and 5:46 pm 2x Redeem Code emails from PayPal

Meh, they probably figured out what they did and are too embarrassed now to admit it.
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74 months ago
I just redeemed my code and it worked perfectly. :)
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