PayPal on eBay this weekend is offering $100 App Store and iTunes gift cards for $85, marking the latest 15 percent discount on the cards and a good chance for those who have been waiting on a deal to get free iTunes credit. While the sale lasts, anyone with a PayPal account can take advantage of the deal, and you'll receive the code for the iTunes credit via email within a few hours after the purchase.
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The credit will only be valid on purchases made on the United States App and iTunes stores. PayPal's iTunes gift card sales are limited and typically tend to last for a day or two, so be sure to visit PayPal's Digital Gifts eBay store and place your order before the end of the weekend if you want to stock up on some iTunes credit, or send it as a gift to a friend or family member.
These iTunes card sales are a great way to get 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.
Coinciding with the new gift card offer, iTunes has some notable discounts on its Movies storefront that might be of interest to horror movie fans getting iTunes credit today. The sale prices include a collection of Modern Horror films for just $4.99 each, including the ones listed below:
- The Cabin in the Woods (4K)
- Don't Breathe
- 10 Cloverfield Lane (4K)
- Tucker & Dale vs Evil
- The Witch
- The Conjuring
- 28 Days Later
- You're Next
- Green Room
- Wrong Turn
- It Follows
- 30 Days of Night
The full list of discounted Modern Horror films can be seen on the iTunes Movies storefront. If you're interested in checking out more sales and offers, be sure to visit our Deals Roundup.
Top Rated Comments
With my Netflix subscription, iCloud storage subscription and a few other random things, it'll get spent in well under a year.
[doublepost=1528721577][/doublepost] So then who are all these families being dragged by their kids out to theaters to see the latest $20 movie as soon as it's released? I can tell you that there are just as many Android users in those theaters as Apple users. If anything, I've found that Apple users spend more money because they value their time more which is more important than searching for deals.