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  #1340555 10-Jul-2015 12:40
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Anyone seen any recently? I noticed on DSE website a $50 card was going for $42.50

Anyone seen anything better, I want to get one for my nephew's birthday.

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  #1340580 10-Jul-2015 13:36
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The 15% off discounts have been the best I've been finding too...


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  #1340616 10-Jul-2015 14:03
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Dick Smith in Queen St Auckland have them today at 15% off...that's all I have seen lately.

Handsome Dan Has Spoken.

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  #1379630 4-Sep-2015 11:53
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Dick Smith doing 20% off until 7th September.

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  #1747494 25-Mar-2017 11:55
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Have any NZ sites popped up yet that list new iTunes gift card discounts?


+ anyone seen any discounts around recently (online, in NZ)?

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  #1749337 28-Mar-2017 12:24
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I haven't seen a single one since the end of 2015. It's certainly cut back on my iTunes spending. I rarely buy anything off them now.

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  #1749339 28-Mar-2017 12:28
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Hmm, yeah now that you mention it I haven't seen them in a while either, I thought I just wasn't going to the right shops anymore.


I never could understand how they could sell them cheaper... it can't be profitable, unless it brings people in and they buy other things maybe.


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  #1749400 28-Mar-2017 13:47
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Refer to this thread as a possible reason why shops don't sell them discounted any more

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  #1749405 28-Mar-2017 13:52
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aaaah, yeah that makes sense, thanks!

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