Amazon Has $50 iTunes Gift Cards on Sale Right Now for $42.50

As we get closer to the holidays, iTunes gift card discounts are beginning to get more frequent, and today the latest sale comes from Amazon. The online retailer has marked down the $50 App Store and iTunes gift card by 15 percent in its U.S. store, so you can get the $50 credit added to your account for just $42.50 while supplies last. The gift cards are physical versions and are limited to 1 per order.

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No other price tiers for the gift card are on sale as of now, so the $25, $100, and $200 options are all priced as expected. Like with any App Store and iTunes gift card, you can spend the money on an Apple Music subscription, app downloads or in-app purchases, iBooks, iTunes movies and tv shows, and more.

If you're looking for any more sales going on this week, make sure to check out our Deals Roundup.

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Top Rated Comments

Chupa Chupa Avatar
85 months ago
Too many negative reviews there. Not buying it.
And there are no returns on the product, so getting a bogus card is rough.
It's sold by Amazon not 3rd party. Zero risk.
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Dr. James Avatar
85 months ago
Too many negative reviews there. Not buying it.
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RightMACatU Avatar
85 months ago
Nice. Although I have seen $40 quite a few times over the last few years.
And LOL @ Amazon.ca where the C$25 card can be purchased for C$28.99 :rolleyes:
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
tedson Avatar
85 months ago
Get the electronic version of the $50.00 gift card, enter the promo code "iTunes" at checkout for a $7.50 discount. This also avoids the $2.79 shipping and handling fee Amazon charge for the physical card. Takes about 5 minutes for the e-version of the card to appear in your email. I have already done this and my iTunes balance is now $50 richer.
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imola.zhp Avatar
85 months ago
Thanks!

This gives us 15% off of iCloud storage and Apple Music.
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G5isAlive Avatar
85 months ago
A couple of points...

1) Non-US hardly ever see these deals.

2) Not that I bother with them, as really a one-time minuscule saving (one card per person = bugger all off!) isn't worth the bother.

Buy 5+ at a time, then you may be talking. But an occasional single card here and there is pretty meaningless to most people's time.
Sour grapes. It literally took me less than 30 seconds. One click on the link. One click on ‘buy with 1 click.’ Less time then you spent telling us how important your time was. $7.50 in my pocket. Cha Ching. I AM sorry it’s not available to the rest of the UK. I guess we aren’t quite at a global economy yet. Speaking of which how goes Brexit?

P.s. thanks MR for posting this bargain.
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