App Store and iTunes gift cards are perfect stocking stuffers and super simple for last-minute gift giving, so if you're on the hunt for a few of the gift cards this Black Friday we've rounded up the best sales in this article.

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Amazon and Costco offer the biggest discount on iTunes gift cards this Black Friday, providing rare 20 percent discounts on the cards today only. Like many of the sales in the list below, Amazon and Costco will send the iTunes gift card to you in an e-mail within a few hours of purchase. These 20 percent discounts on iTunes gift cards are rare, so if you're interested check out the sales -- and all of the others -- in the list below:

  • Amazon - Get the $100 iTunes gift card for $80 (with code ITUNES20)
  • Costco - Get the $100 iTunes gift card for $79.49
  • Costco - Get the $25 iTunes gift card for $21.49
  • PayPal via eBay - Get the $100 iTunes gift card for $85
  • Target - Buy one get one 30 percent off
  • Best Buy - Get the $50 iTunes gift card for $40
  • Staples - Save 10 percent on select iTunes gift cards
  • Meijer - Get the $25 iTunes gift card for $21.25

If you decide to go with Target's offer, opting for the higher $100 iTunes gift card will net you the biggest savings. As an example, 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

For more details on the latest Black Friday shopping updates, be sure to visit our full Black Friday Roundup.

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Top Rated Comments

mike9449 Avatar
71 months ago
Two $100 cards at Costco would be $158.98, seems better than Target's $170 to me.
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Carnegie Avatar
71 months ago
Question: Could a person by $1000 worth of cards for $800 and then use the card to purchase a $999 iPad Pro, the savings would be $199 or 20% off, is this possible? And you would have $1.00 left over to buy and App for the Pro?
These cards are for iTunes and the App Store, not for the online Apple Store which sells hardware. So, no, you can't use these cards for something like an iPad Pro.
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zorinlynx Avatar
71 months ago
Keep in mind these can be used to pay for subscriptions like Netflix, iCloud Storage, and so on. So if you have a few subscriptions and thus will eventually spend the money, these discounted cards are like cash back in your pocket.
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