Black Friday 2017: Here Are the Best App Store and iTunes Gift Card Deals Going on Today

Similar to years past, one of the best deals going on this Black Friday revolves around discounts on the App Store and iTunes gift card, allowing you to snag some expensive cards at a slight discount and apply it to your Apple Music subscription, movie and book purchases, and much more. For this reason, we've decided to round up some of the places that are offering nice discounts on App Store and iTunes gift cards today.

Note: MacRumors is an affiliate partner with some of these vendors. When you click a link and make a purchase, we may receive a small payment, which helps us keep the site running.

We've noted the retailer, discount amount, and whether the card is physical or delivered via email in the list below, all of which are in stock as of writing:

- PayPal Digital Gifts on eBay: $100 for $85 (email)
- Amazon: $100 for $85 with promo code ITUNES15 (email)
- Target: Buy one get one 30 percent off (email)
- Best Buy: Buy one get one 30 percent off (physical)
- GameStop: buy one get one 20 percent off (physical, in-store only)
- Costco members: $200 for $180, $100 for $90, and $25 for $22.50 (email)

As an example, the BOGO 30 percent off deals (when purchasing two cards of the same amount) will break down like this:

- Buying two $15 iTunes Gift Cards = $25.50
- Buying two $25 iTunes Gift Card = $42.50
- Buying two $50 iTunes Gift Card = $85
- Buying two $100 iTunes Gift Card = $170

Sam's Club is one of the major retailers that had an iTunes gift card deal, but it's out of stock online now. The deal was $84.47 for an iTunes card multipack that totaled $100. Also of potential note for frequent Walgreens shoppers: the retailer has a deal where you can get a $10 Walgreens gift card when you buy a $30 or $50 iTunes gift card.

For a look at all of the best Black Friday sales, make sure to check out our main post and visit our Black Friday Roundup.

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36 months ago
So they are all basically 15% off.. Not a big deal compared to past deals of 25% off.
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36 months ago
Costco Members: $200 for 164.99, $100 for $84.49 until 11/27. Limit 2 per customer.
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36 months ago
if you use the Redcard at Target it knocks another 5% off which makes it 19.25% off
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36 months ago
Costco has them in stock in stores for 84.97 for $100 worth. Limit two. Just bought some, nice for Apple Music
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36 months ago
What about outside US? Particularly the UK for instance.

I saw some of the earlier deals on this site, $250 for a 2017 iPad, absolutely nothing like that here in the UK. You US people get some amazing deals over there on Black Friday, jealous :-)
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36 months ago



I put all my iCloud, Netflix and Apple Music on these, so it's real money to me. I'll take 30% off Netflix anyway.

Yep. Netflix is what makes discount iTunes cards worthwhile. I switched my Netfiix to App Store billing for this reason.
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