Deals Spotlight: $100 iTunes Gift Cards Discounted to $85 on eBay Amid Apple's Horror Movie Sale on iTunes

PayPal's Digital Gifts eBay storefront has the latest discount on App Store and iTunes gift cards today, offering the $100 iTunes gift card for $85. This 15 percent off sale matches previous sales we've seen on iTunes gift cards throughout the year, and the sales usually last for a few days, but it could end sooner.

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Like previous discounts, you'll need to have a PayPal account to see the savings and the gift card will be valid only on purchases made in the United States. The card is electronic, so once you place your order you'll get an email within a few hours with a code that you can use to fill up your Apple ID with the credit.

iTunes gift cards are good for buying movies, TV shows, and books on Apple's digital storefronts, as well as paying for subscriptions like Apple Music, Netflix, and Hulu. These discounts on iTunes gift cards come around once every few weeks (and sometimes take longer to reemerge), so if you've been waiting for a sale you should head to eBay soon before the bargain ends.

The iTunes gift card sale is happening amid Apple's ongoing horror movie sale on iTunes Movies. These include $1 rentals, $5 classic and modern films, and under $20 series bundles. You can check out some of the movies in the Halloween sale below.

$1 Rentals

Under $20 Bundles

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5 weeks ago
I grab these every time they come up. 15% off dwarfs the 3% you get using Apple Card.
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5 weeks ago


I grab these every time they come up. 15% off dwarfs the 3% you get using Apple Card.

Agreed! The only thing that’s better is Costco’s usual Black Friday deal at 20% off.
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5 weeks ago


How do you get 3% with the Apple card? Your purchasing thru PayPal/Ebay not Apple.



You’re saying “3%” which I believe only applies to purchases at Apple, not to gift cards, so wouldn’t it be only 2%?


I'm comparing this gift card (at 15% off) with just using Apple Card directly to pay for Apple services, apps, etc (3% cash back).
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5 weeks ago


I grab these every time they come up. 15% off dwarfs the 3% you get using Apple Card.

If you have a Chase Freedom card you can get an additional 5% off on top of the 15% this quarter. ;) Or an additional 5.25% if you have a BofA Cash Rewards and "platinum" status ...
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5 weeks ago
I keep getting an eBay checkout error. anyone else having the same?
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5 weeks ago


Nice. Does that work if you check out via PayPal?

Yes. In case of the Chase card this is exactly how to get the 5% (since Paypal is a 5% category this quarter).

If so I wonder if I could pull 2% off this by paying for it with my Citi Double Cash card...

I don't see why not, given that the card gives 2% on everything ...
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4 weeks ago


Are you allowed to discuss which movie?


It’s a movie called The Battery. It’s a very small movie that played 50 film festivals around the world and then debuted in the top 20 of iTunes. It was also for sale on DVD in every WalMart store in the US (a metric I only mention because... holy **** I can’t believe that happened and is cooler to experience in person than any streaming release).

I wish it were for sale for a constant $.99 cent rental, but I’m also against piracy, because our ratio of piracy was about 50 pirated downloads per 1 legit rental. Piracy is simply too prevalent for a small movie, with a limited audience, to survive. It’s not the fact that it exists that bums me out, just the ratio of paying customers vs pirates. I think I’d be happy giving away 10 copies for every 1 rental... but 50? The ratio sucks.
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