Ok so for those of you who bought or got a Target (or elsewhere?) gift card for iTunes, I think I may have found a problem. When you buy it from Target you get taxed, normal sales tax for your state. However, when the receiver puts it into iTunes it gives him a $15 credit. When you buy a single song it goes down to $13.93, a 7¢ tax for that single song. Ok still with me? That means uncle sam taxed you twice for that same dollar. Shouldn't prepaid cards either be tax exempt at the checkout line, like a normal Target gift card, or it should be tax exempt inside the iTMS. Maybe they could just give you a 15 song credit, though that would mess with the people who would buy an album. But it is better than getting a 14 and some odd song count gift card.