Deals: Shop the Latest iTunes Gift Card Deals and Apple's Big Holiday iTunes Movies Sale

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Christmas is now one week away, and shipping estimates will only become more of an issue for shoppers the closer the holiday gets. That's when e-mail delivery App Store and iTunes Gift Cards come in, perfect to email directly to your friends and family members, or to print out and place inside of a holiday card. There aren't any 15 percent off $100 cards around right now, but there are a few notable discounts offering savings on iTunes credit.

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To start, Amazon is offering $7.50 off of iTunes gift cards worth $50 or more, making the $50 tier the best option for this deal since this is a straight cash discount amount and not a percentage offer. The $50 card will be priced at $42.50 when you enter the code APP750 during checkout.

These cards are sold by trusted Amazon company ACI Gift Cards, LLC, and will be delivered via email within a few minutes after your purchase. Each shopper can only use this coupon code once, so be sure you have the amount you want correctly picked before you place your order.

At Target, you can gain access to the retailer's usual buy one, get one 20 percent off discount this week. This sale is closer to the regular discounts on iTunes gift cards, offering shoppers the chance to get a $100 iTunes gift card for $90. Full savings on this sale can be found below:

  • 2x $15 iTunes gift cards = $27, down from $30
  • 2x $25 iTunes gift cards = $45, down from $50
  • 2x $50 iTunes gift cards = $90, down from $100
  • 2x $100 iTunes gift cards = $180, down from $200

Lastly, anyone looking to get extra funds added to their Apple ID could also take advantage of Apple's new promotion that offers customers a 10 percent bonus when adding funds directly to their Apple ID account in the United States. This promo lasts until Thursday, December 20, and the funds you add can be used when shopping on the iTunes Movies and TV store, and pretty much in every other instance that iTunes gift cards are used.


Those interested can add funds to an Apple ID by going to Settings > Your Name > iTunes & App Store and tap your Apple ID > View Apple ID. Sign in if necessary, tap "Add Funds to Apple ID," tap the amount that you want to add, and confirm your selection. There's also a shortcut available at the bottom of the App Store.

As you refill your iTunes account with credit, definitely keep a look out on the Movies and TV storefronts today as Apple has refreshed both with huge holiday sales across genres. These include 2-movie and 3-movie bundles, Disney films, new releases, holiday classics, and more. Below we've listed a few holiday and 4K films on sale, but be sure to head to iTunes on Apple TV, iPhone, iPad, or Mac to browse the full sale. Blu-ray.com also has a useful list of everything on sale, with banners that note if anything is a new low price.


Holiday Films - Under $10


4K Films - $4.99 to $9.99

More sales and discounts can be discovered by heading to our full Deals Roundup.

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