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Best Buy is holding a flash sale that offers U.S. customers a $100 iTunes gift card for $85, which is 15% off, until 12 p.m. Pacific Time. The gift card is a physical version delivered with free two-day shipping to most U.S. addresses.

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iTunes gift cards can be used to purchase apps, games, music, movies, TV shows, books, and more on the App Store, iTunes Store, the iBooks Store, and the Mac App Store. The credit can also be used towards an Apple Music subscription. The gift cards can be used on iPhone, iPad, iPod, Apple TV, Mac, or PC.

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Article Link: Flash Sale: Get a $100 iTunes Gift Card for $85 and More
 
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Zimmy68

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I wish they would sell the $99 Apple Music card for $85.
Now that is a deal.
 

nilk

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I wish they would sell the $99 Apple Music card for $85.
Now that is a deal.

Apple Music will get paid from the credit from these cards. As well as iCloud storage, Mac apps, iOS apps, movie/TV purchase and rentals, etc. Netflix can even be paid if you subscribe through Apple TV, though that wasn't worth it last time I checked, at least at 15% off.
 

cariacou

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Don't wanna be a deal breaker, but 15% is common for iTunes GC. Happens about once a month at least.
Anything higher is a steal.

20-25% used to be common but doesn't happen anymore. Been buying them for about a decade now
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I wish they would sell the $99 Apple Music card for $85.
Now that is a deal.

You can bill the iCloud plans on it as well
 
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nilk

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Don't wanna be a deal breaker, but 15% is common for iTunes GC. Happens about once a month at least.
Anything higher is a steal.

20-25% used to be common but doesn't happen anymore. Been buying them for about a decade now
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You can bill the iCloud plans on it as well

Yeah, I've been holding out for 20%+, but gave up and bought one of these because I ran out of credit from the last time I got them at 20%, and 15% off my iCloud storage costs is not bad.
 

nburwell

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20% off seems harder and harder to come by nowadays. I typically always ask family for iTunes GC since I have several subscriptions billed through iTunes (HBO Now, Starz, iCloud storage, Apple Music).

It appears that 15% off is the norm lately, since they're pretty easy to come by.
 

NMBob

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It's 1:42pm MT/12:42pm PT and the deal still seems to be on.

Oh, front page says 11-3pm CT. So now 15 more minutes.
 

Zimmy68

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Apple Music will get paid from the credit from these cards. As well as iCloud storage, Mac apps, iOS apps, movie/TV purchase and rentals, etc. Netflix can even be paid if you subscribe through Apple TV, though that wasn't worth it last time I checked, at least at 15% off.

I know that but the $99 Apple Music card is unique because it is giving 12 months for the cost of 10.
If you use an iTune gift card, it will apply to the normal $9.99 rate.
 

deany

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tennisproha

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It doesn't show any discount for me. $100 for iTunes. $99 for Music.
 

4mat

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iTunes cards are currently 30% at a major Australian retailer. One of the better promos but I can't remember the last time at least 1 company didn't have at least 10% off. A couple of weeks ago I think it was about 15%, including 3 month and 12 month AppleMusic cards.
 

odditie

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Just a heads up on the Apple Music deal.

I redeemed my $100 iTunes Gift Card and it gave me the option of prepaying 1 year of Apple Music for $99. So effectively I paid $85 for 1 year of Apple Music by doing it that way.
 

Zimmy68

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Can you go into more detail?
When I redeem cards, it just goes into my balance.

Are you doing it via iTunes desktop program or your mobile device?
 
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