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Topic # 112225 1-Dec-2012 07:02
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Does anyone know if Countdown/New World/Warehouse have a discount on iTunes vouchers at the moment (usually 20% off) - can't see anything on their websites?

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  Reply # 725384 1-Dec-2012 07:52
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I was at new world yesterday and could not see any. Check their website?

it is essentially free money if you get a discount on a gift card.

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  Reply # 725387 1-Dec-2012 08:05
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Yep indeed I am looking out for the 2 x $20 cards for $30 that I have bought a couple of times before. (New World)

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Joseph

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 725427 1-Dec-2012 10:29
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Yeah I have checked their websites, nothing on there, was just wondering if anyone has seen any cards on special in store?

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  Reply # 725853 2-Dec-2012 19:31
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I might be wrong, but I vaguely remember JB Hi-Fi having a special a week or two ago?
Doesn't seem to be on now though.


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  Reply # 732262 13-Dec-2012 20:36
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Bought 2 x $20 cards for $30 from the BP on Coronation Rd in Mangere Bridge tonight.

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Joseph

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  Reply # 732266 13-Dec-2012 20:46
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Just racking my brain, saw something advertised in the paper a couple of days ago...The Warehouse maybe? It was either them or JBHIFI





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  Reply # 732557 14-Dec-2012 13:27
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Z petrol stations had a sign on the counter for 2x$20 for $30 when I was in yesterday

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  Reply # 732564 14-Dec-2012 13:35
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petrol stations are usually the best places for itunes cards.. check any one of your local ones. they have these promotions running often. Also, 2 x $20 for $30 is the best deal (25% discount). $50 for $40 represents only 20% discount.

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  Reply # 732589 14-Dec-2012 14:38
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We need a site like this http://www.giftcardsonsale.com.au/category/itunespromos/ in NZ

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  Reply # 732883 15-Dec-2012 12:07
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Saturday 15th December 10:30am

Shell Greenlane 2 x $20 iTunes vouchers for $30.

I got 2 lots. The little tag is sitting to the left on the counter above the confectionery. The register said $80 but showed me on the receipt the $20 off.

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  Reply # 749467 23-Jan-2013 12:17
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Is anyone aware of any current discounts?

TIA.

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  Reply # 749496 23-Jan-2013 12:45
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Yup, Whitcoulls and Kmart are both doing $30 for 2 x $20 cards.

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  Reply # 749538 23-Jan-2013 13:34
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Great, I'll check them out.

Thanks.

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  Reply # 754846 2-Feb-2013 19:20
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Can anyone confirm this is still current, my wife went in to get some today and was told she's "half a day late" but the website still advertises it (Whitcoulls) ???

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  Reply # 754862 2-Feb-2013 20:25
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PhantomNVD: Can anyone confirm this is still current, my wife went in to get some today and was told she's "half a day late" but the website still advertises it (Whitcoulls) ???


Was until the end of the month. They are strict about it.

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