|Aug 12, 2011, 01:17 AM||#1|
iTunes Gift Card vs App Store Gift Card
So today I wanted to get an iTunes card from Walmart so I could redeem it on my phone for Apps/Games/Music/Movies/Whatever.
When I asked for them the guy wanted to know if I want it for music/games or if I want it for Apps? If I remember correctly the last time I bought an iTunes card it allowed me to buy anything with it on my account.
I looked at the Apps card and the iTunes card and it mentioned Games/Music on one and Apps on the other, I thought games are considered apps as well so I was confused, and didn't see the point in splitting them since I'm just buying credit anyways.
So is he right or can I just get one gift card for everything instead of an iTunes Card and an App Store Card?
This is in Canada if it matters at all.
|Aug 12, 2011, 01:21 AM||#2|
iTunes, App Store, and iBooks cards are all the same. Just different pictures and names. You can buy anything from any of the stores using any cards.
Last edited by Intell; Yesterday at 3:16 AM.
|Aug 12, 2011, 01:22 AM||#3|
Yeah, they are all the same.
You can use an iBooks gift card to buy music on iTunes. Its basically a store credit nonetheless
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