PayPal on eBay Has $100 App Store & iTunes Cards on Sale for $85

Following a Target BOGO deal earlier in the week, PayPal on eBay has now launched a better discount on App Store & iTunes cards: you can get the $100 iTunes card for $85 while supplies last. Similar to previous sales on PayPal's Digital Gifts eBay storefront in the lead up to Christmas last year, you'll get the iTunes code delivered to you via email, and it's valid only on purchases made in the United States App and iTunes Stores.

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You will need a PayPal account to complete the purchase, but a promo code is not required. As usual with email delivery sales on iTunes cards, you can either enter your own email address and send the code to yourself, or enter the email of a friend or family member to send it as a gift.

These iTunes card sales are a great way to stock up on iTunes credit at a cheaper price, which you can then use to rent and buy movies on iTunes, pay for your Apple Music and iCloud subscriptions, purchase a new app, expand your iBooks collection, and much more.

Head over to our full Deals Roundups for more of this week's sales.

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Top Rated Comments

nburwell Avatar
81 months ago
One week? Hmm... that can't be right. The page says to allow up to 24 hours, so if you don't get anything by then I'd definitely use the "contact seller" button on the gift card's page to see what's up.
Usually the code is sent to your email address within a couple hours (at least in my experience).
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smirking Avatar
81 months ago
How odd.. says fast free email delivery but then says shipping at. later date??
Ignore that. You'll get an email with your redemption code within a few hours usually.
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15% off is pretty standard. Especially around the holidays.

How is this worthy of an article?
It's not the holidays anymore and not everyone is keeping an eye out for discounted iTunes credit. Occasionally you see better, but 15% off is a pretty good deal. If I was running low on my previous stack of discounted iTunes credits, I'd be very happy if someone told me that there was a new deal running that I could get in on.
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