Deals Spotlight: PayPal on eBay Has $100 iTunes Gift Cards for $85 [Updated: Working]

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PayPal has returned with the latest 15 percent discount on App Store and iTunes gift cards this week, offering customers the chance to get the $100 gift card for $85 on eBay. This matches previous iTunes gift card sales on PayPal's Digital Gifts eBay storefront, which we haven't seen for a few months.

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To get the discount, head to eBay and click "Buy it Now" on the iTunes gift card's page. The 15 percent discount is automatically applied, and once you complete your order it will be delivered to you via email within a few hours. The sale is only available to customers in the United States.

App Store and iTunes gift cards can be used to pay for iCloud storage, to rent films on iTunes Movies, and even on subscriptions to Apple Music, Netflix, Hulu, and more. Thanks to sales on the gift cards, you're able to save a little bit of money on these purchases, so be sure to visit PayPal on eBay this week if you've been looking to stock up on iTunes credit.

If you're shopping around on iTunes Movies after purchasing the gift card, Apple has debuted a new Marvel-themed sale this week in preparation for Avengers: Endgame. The sale has a collection of Marvel Cinematic Universe films for $9.99 and under, including the first two Avengers movies, Ant-Man and the Wasp, Thor: Ragnarok, and more.

Under $10: The Avengers

There are also a few MCU movies at $14.99 ($5 off), including Black Panther, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, and Doctor Strange. Check out our full Deals Roundup for even more sales happening this week.

Update: PayPal is currently restricting the iTunes gift card sale to pre-approved buyers only, requiring shoppers to email the seller to be placed on a list for purchasing the card. We've reached out to PayPal and eBay for more information, and will update this article with any details they provide.

Update #2: The iTunes gift card deal is now live for all U.S. shoppers.

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17 months ago

I never seen that before. It says only for ppl who are pre-approved.

Says I need to be pre-approved and email the seller? I just did, awkward email. Please pre-approve me so I can buy your stuff. Thanks.

Hey guys, yeah sorry about this. I didn't go through with a purchase until after we pubbed and then I saw that weird note. I'm reaching out to see what this is about...
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17 months ago
I never seen that before. It says only for ppl who are pre-approved.
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17 months ago
Says I need to be pre-approved and email the seller? I just did, awkward email. Please pre-approve me so I can buy your stuff. Thanks.
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17 months ago

Hey guys, yeah sorry about this. I didn't go through with a purchase until after we pubbed and then I saw that weird note. I'm reaching out to see what this is about...

Thanks! Curious to see what this is about, never seen that before.
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17 months ago
It appears to be working now everyone! Looks like the sale kind of went live early, without actually being available to purchase.
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