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  #944054 2-Dec-2013 12:47
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What's the cheapest these cards usually get discounted to?

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  #944377 2-Dec-2013 20:57
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25% is the best I've seen. Normally 2x$20 for $30 or $50 card for $40.

Thanks guys, I just scored $140 extra iTunes credit for the school, and $70 for myself- Christmas gifts all round this year :D

 
 
 
 


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  #955247 20-Dec-2013 08:13
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Hello, does anybody know of any itunes gift card deals on at the moment?  Thanks and cheers.

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  #955279 20-Dec-2013 08:49
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From memory the BP in greenlane had 2 $20 for $30 when I was last in, and the sign indicated it was on till January - you could check to see if it's nationwide?

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  #955286 20-Dec-2013 08:58
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i've seen that same dal at a local Mobil recently...maybe it's a ploy to get people spending on iTunes over the holiday?





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  #955294 20-Dec-2013 09:06
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My local new world supermarket in Wellington has the regular 2*$20 cards for $30 dollar deal until 5 January.

(although the fine print of the offer has this gem "Does not apply to app store cards"-
hmm, they have eyes,  but do not see)

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  #955453 20-Dec-2013 12:55
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Saw the same 2 x $20 for $30 deal in the latest PBTech mailer.

 
 
 
 


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  #955509 20-Dec-2013 14:48
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wellygary: My local new world supermarket in Wellington has the regular 2*$20 cards for $30 dollar deal until 5 January.

(although the fine print of the offer has this gem "Does not apply to app store cards"-
hmm, they have eyes,  but do not see)


which New World?





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  #955531 20-Dec-2013 15:23
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wellygary: My local new world supermarket in Wellington has the regular 2*$20 cards for $30 dollar deal until 5 January.

(although the fine print of the offer has this gem "Does not apply to app store cards"-
hmm, they have eyes,  but do not see)


I was under the impression that they could be used for any purchases via the itunes store, for electronic downloads. Even on apple website it says quote

When you give iTunes Gift Cards and iTunes Gifts, the lucky recipients can choose whatever they want on the iTunes Store, App Store, iBookstore and Mac App Store

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  #955553 20-Dec-2013 16:05
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stocksp:
wellygary: My local new world supermarket in Wellington has the regular 2*$20 cards for $30 dollar deal until 5 January.

(although the fine print of the offer has this gem "Does not apply to app store cards"-
hmm, they have eyes,  but do not see)


which New World?


Chaffers, 

also  @mattwnz, I know,

but I am guessing the store has two SKUs,  one for itunes cards and one for app store cards,

The memo on the specials would have said "itunes cards" are on special, so the well paid store staff would have done what they were told, I'm fairly sure one of the bright young things in the store would have raised this point , but mgmt would have said, the memo only said itunes cards, :)

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  #955557 20-Dec-2013 16:18
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wellygary:
stocksp:
wellygary: My local new world supermarket in Wellington has the regular 2*$20 cards for $30 dollar deal until 5 January.

(although the fine print of the offer has this gem "Does not apply to app store cards"-
hmm, they have eyes,  but do not see)


which New World?


Chaffers, 

also  @mattwnz, I know,

but I am guessing the store has two SKUs,  one for itunes cards and one for app store cards,

The memo on the specials would have said "itunes cards" are on special, so the well paid store staff would have done what they were told, I'm fairly sure one of the bright young things in the store would have raised this point , but mgmt would have said, the memo only said itunes cards, :)


Thanks, I didn't realise there were two different types. Just checked mine, and luckily mine look like they can be used for everything, not just music or apps. Can't really understand why they have different cards, as cash is used to purchase them.

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  #969488 18-Jan-2014 21:06
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Still seeing 2x20 for30 in local BP... Also, afaik ALL iTunes or 'App store' cards work equally for both stores as the credit applies to your account which is the SAME IN ALL stores??

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  #969660 19-Jan-2014 14:49
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PhantomNVD: Still seeing 2x20 for30 in local BP... Also, afaik ALL iTunes or 'App store' cards work equally for both stores as the credit applies to your account which is the SAME IN ALL stores??


Thanks for the info, just got a few $20 iTune cards from BP Swanson (2x$20 for $30).

I believe the discount is nationwide because the price was printed on standard BP promotion material.



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  #982261 8-Feb-2014 13:23
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Anyone seen any iTunes / App store vouchers discounted around Auckland CBD?

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  #982554 9-Feb-2014 09:59
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The latest junk mail catalogue from Countdown is advertising 20% off all iTunes App Store Gift Cards ("prices apply in-store from Monday 10 to Sunday 16 February 2014 and online from Saturday 8 to Friday 14 February 2014").

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