Black Friday 2019: Save on App Store and iTunes Gift Cards (Up to 20% Off, Get $100 Cards for $80)

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Today is a good day to shop for App Store and iTunes gift cards, thanks to quite a few discounts seen at Target, Best Buy, Amazon, and many more. At multiple retailers you can get the $100 iTunes gift card for just $80 today only.

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  • Amazon has a lightning deal that includes $100 App Store and iTunes gift cards for $80, but only for Amazon Prime members. This one won't last long.
  • Best Buy has 20 percent off iTunes gift cards. This is one of the best all-around deals today, netting you the $100 iTunes gift card for just $80 in both digital and physical versions.
  • Sam's Club has a similar 20 percent sale, netting you a $100 iTunes card multi-pack of four $25 cards for $79.47. The retailer also has $50 iTunes gift cards for $42.98.
  • Costco has $100 iTunes gift cards for $79.49 for a limited time. This sale will last through December 2, only two cards can be purchased per member, and the card will be delivered via email.
  • Target is offering buy one, get one 30 percent off on iTunes gift cards, where the lower-priced gift card will be 30 percent off.
  • BJ's Wholesale has up to 15 percent off App Store and iTunes gift cards, aimed at $40 multipacks, $50 cards, and $100 cards.
Head to our full Black Friday Roundup to shop for all of the best Apple products, accessories, and much more before the shopping event ends.

Article Link: Black Friday 2019: Save on App Store and iTunes Gift Cards (Up to 20% Off, Get $100 Cards for $80)
 

yellow8

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Mar 14, 2017
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Cumulate app discount with this and you can make very good deals on apps...
 

UnusedLoginID

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Feb 28, 2012
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Got the $100 iTunes card for $80 from the Best Buy app and saved an extra 2% with my Apple Card since they take Apple Pay. That makes that Disney+ subscription that much cheaper (about $4.60/month on a yearly subscription)
 

Gator5000e

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Jan 27, 2018
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The iTunes card is the one I want so that Apple can hit my account for storage fees and movie rentals, right?
 

UnusedLoginID

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Feb 28, 2012
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Today it said "store only", so I didn't investigate further. Edit: Just checked again and the $100 card is now "Physical" only, no digital delivery option, in-store only.
Wow! That promo ended quick online! You’re correct there’s no way of ordering online any more, physical or digital code. In-store only!