PayPal's Digital Gifts eBay storefront today launched another 15 percent discount on $100 App Store and iTunes gift cards, which the company has been doing once a month since February. While the deal lasts, those with a PayPal account can purchase the $100 iTunes gift cards for $85, which will then be delivered via email a few hours later. The gift cards will only be valid on purchases made in the United States App and iTunes Stores.

For those adding more credit onto their iTunes accounts, the iTunes Movies store refreshed today with a handful of new sales on both HD and 4K HDR films. We've rounded up a few of these movies below, alongside notable ongoing film discounts. Besides movie rentals and purchases on iTunes, these gift cards can be used for Apple Music and other iTunes billing subscriptions, album and iBooks purchases, and more.

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Head over to our full Deals Roundup to check out more of this week's sales and discounts.

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Top Rated Comments

gavroche Avatar
81 months ago
cheapcharts app is great for seeing what movies are currently in sale. only issue I have is that when on wifi, pictures are great quality. When on cellular, they load very crappy.
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macduke Avatar
81 months ago
Anyone else stop buying Disney movies entirely since they refuse to support 4K HDR? I'm not wasting my money on something that will possibly never be upgraded. I don't even have a TV that supports 4K yet, but I'm planning to upgrade sometime early next year. It's not worth the risk with Disney right now so I'd rather wait it out.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
YankeeSR23 Avatar
81 months ago
Anyone else stop buying Disney movies entirely since they refuse to support 4K HDR? I'm not wasting my money on something that will possibly never be upgraded. I don't even have a TV that supports 4K yet, but I'm planning to upgrade sometime early next year. It's not worth the risk with Disney right now so I'd rather wait it out.
I don’t buy them physically but I’ll buy them on sale digitally because if they finally wise up and support 4K, the HD ones will automatically become 4K, at least that’s how it was with all my other HD version purchases.
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eyeseeyou Avatar
81 months ago
I've made this purchase mostly to save a little bit on mymapple music subscription.

For digital movie purchases I usually go to or find better deals on http://ultravioletcinema.com/
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
dancefreak Avatar
81 months ago
Anyone else stop buying Disney movies entirely since they refuse to support 4K HDR? I'm not wasting my money on something that will possibly never be upgraded. I don't even have a TV that supports 4K yet, but I'm planning to upgrade sometime early next year. It's not worth the risk with Disney right now so I'd rather wait it out.
Just buy Disney on VUDU. It will be 4K and there's apps for apple devices. You'll get an HD file that syncs in iTunes via Movies Anywhere until Disney and Apple workout their disagreement about 4K. All Disney/Marvel/Pixar/Lucas big releases from Guardians vol. 2 onward are available in 4K
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