Foreign Customers: I'll get you access to the US Store

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  1. xy14 macrumors 6502

    xy14

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    I decided to help out some Foreign iTunes people. I, for a small fee, will go buy iTunes Cards for foreign customers that do not have TV Shows, etc. available to them. When I get to the store, I'll get a $15, $30, or $50 card, then after it is purchased, I will e-mail the recipient the card access code. The money will be due before I buy the card.

    Prices (inluding paypal fees)
    $15 Card: $18.00 (14.66 euros)
    $30 Card: $34.00 (27.70 euros)
    $50 Card: $55.00 (44.80 euros)

    The time between you pay and receiving your card will be within 24 and 48 hours. If you would like, I can set up a US account for you too.

    Please PM me and I will give you my paypal address.
     
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  3. devilot Moderator emeritus

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    Don't know, but I do know that there are some nice members who will help you out at no cost.
     
  4. Counterfit macrumors G3

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    As far as I can tell. J-List sells Japanese store cards. You just need to sign up with an address in the correct country. Of course, you could always buy one online from a store someone...
     
  5. xy14 thread starter macrumors 6502

    xy14

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    The costs are only for Paypal fees. And it is not legal, but Apple isn't going to send the secret police after you for paying for their music. It's still cheaper to pay the fees + $15 iTunes card (14.66 euros) than it is to just buy music on the Eurostore anyways.
     
  6. Doctor Q Administrator

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    I believe this is not permitted under Apple's license. See condition #3 here.

    If somebody can show otherwise, please PM me and we'll reopen the thread.
     
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