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Topic # 186899 9-Dec-2015 12:33
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The old thread is locked; does anyone know of any iTunes pre paid card discounts in the lead up to Christmas 2015?

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  Reply # 1444451 9-Dec-2015 12:36
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  Reply # 1446795 9-Dec-2015 21:59
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Kmart have two $20 iTunes cards for $30 from 10th Dec to 16th Dec.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1448685 11-Dec-2015 12:25
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Elmoz: Kmart have two $20 iTunes cards for $30 from 10th Dec to 16th Dec.


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  Reply # 1452225 17-Dec-2015 11:47
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Dunedin Kmart had no $20 cards over the promotion period and would not raincheck or offer the same discount on higher cards (ie, 25% off)



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  Reply # 1454314 21-Dec-2015 10:40
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Seems to be the first year that no one is offering discounts .. a discounted iTunes card has been a staple Xmas present for Dad for many many years


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  Reply # 1488033 9-Feb-2016 13:23
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Anyone know of any current discounts?

 

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  Reply # 1518549 23-Mar-2016 17:05
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No recent discounts?

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  Reply # 1518767 24-Mar-2016 06:52
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There hasn't been any iTunes discount for a long time, I remember going to countdown when there was a sale on them only to find them all sold out, I asked the lady at the counter if they had more stock and she told me they are all gone and they have been approached by the police cause people are using the iTunes card for money laundering and Fuad.

Ever since that I never seen them on sale again

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  Reply # 1528332 8-Apr-2016 12:19
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What was happening was that whenever there was a promotion (Countdown, NL, JB etc), they had queues of people lining up to buy as many cards as they could.

 

The Cards were all going to China, where they were resold there (for a profit  obviously).

 

There were, literally, bus loads of Chinese going round Auckland stores the last time JB had a promotion. I saw it at the Wairau Park store. Unload Bus, but the floor limit of cards (10 each I think), load bus, off to next store. Repeat.

 

I'd say Apple have put a stop to it. Surely the stores don't mind (apart from the other customers who wanted one could get them once they had all gone).


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  Reply # 1528630 8-Apr-2016 18:10
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"There were, literally, bus loads of Chinese going round Auckland stores the last time JB had a promotion. I saw it at the Wairau Park store. Unload Bus, but the floor limit of cards (10 each I think), load bus, off to next store. Repeat."

Are these the same Chinese in buses buying up our houses? Are they stopping off between auctions?

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