Huh? Insufficient Credits?

Discussion in 'iPod' started by hellomoto4, Jan 14, 2009.

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    hellomoto4

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    #1
    Okay so I was just about to buy "Oz Weather," a weather app for Australia.
    It's price is $2.49 and I have $40.32 of iTunes credit after buying a gift card the other week.

    However, this is the message I am getting:
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    I don't want to click buy in case it charges me when I clearly have more than 40 dollars of credit...

    What should I do?
     
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    maclover001

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    #2
    You can't buy apps with gift cards ( :rolleyes: ), so you will have to use your credit card for that one :(
     
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    hellomoto4

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    Yeah you can, I bought Monopoly the other day with the same credit

    See below:

    Source: here.
     
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    hellomoto4

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    Solution

    The message was coming up due to the fact that I had the 5 song credits.
    Bought the app and the $2.49 was deducted from my $40.32 as per usual.

    Thanks to iTunes Support.
     
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    maclover001

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    #5
    Really? Here in Canada, you can't buy apps with iTunes cards.
     
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    hellomoto4

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    Oh I didn't realise.
    That sucks!
     

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