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Discussion in 'Apple TV and Home Theater' started by ajforbes20, Aug 19, 2016.
Just found a site hdmoviecodes.com they sell iTunes codes. Has anyone used them?
I'm curious now as well.
I tried it out. worked like a charm. Super excited about this!
Use this site instead: http://ultravioletcinema.com/getuvx.php?q=ITUNES
It searches across all the sites that sell iTunes movie codes
Are these codes on the sites universal? as I am in the UK.
Not sure. I would ask the individual sites. But you can find UK specific ones on blu-Ray forums http://www.blu-ray.com
There's also this google+ community with many sellers having itunes codes around $1. https://plus.google.com/communities/104807629505033449769
Yes, I have used them multiple times over the last few months and it is legit I have been very happy with them...
The bluray forum is super slow to get a response from people. I'm not a big fan of that.
And how do I know I can trust people on g+
I like being able to browse all the titles in one place and get them right away.
I bought movies yesterday from one of the sites in http://ultravioletcinema.com/getuvx.php?q=ITUNES and hdmoviecodes.com. Both worked fantastic and used shopify for checkout which gave me a little reassurance.
For the google + community there is a list of trusted sellers https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet...fW39OTdYnQU-oiJ8NCCybFSUE/edit#gid=1909766799. The mods are great in regards to assisting in transactions and the community is is very helpful.
Also the FAQ's are a great source of information. I've bought and sold several hundred codes on there. Also if you buy disney codes these will transfer to Itunes if you have a DMA account linked.
Picked up jungle book for itunes for $8.99 today at hdmoviecodes.com not a bad price.
That's about the going rate for newer Disney movies. The older ones though will cost you way more.
I've previously spent a lot of time trying to find codes in the UK with no success. I think the main issue is that the Blu Rays over here no longer come with iTunes digital codes, which I think the majority of these are.
You can set up a US iTunes account, and use these codes, but that's too much hassle for me, as I already have a large library on my UK account
Happy to be proved wrong though (I'd be delighted in fact)
As a side note, I check the 'Cheap Charts' app daily, which lists all reduced movies on the iTunes store - granted they're not as cheap as these codes, but I often get a bargain (by iTunes standards)
It's really not that much of a hassle once the US account is set up and very easy to change between accounts on the AppleTV.
I've been doing it myself for a little while now, recently bought The Boss which cost £1.47 and Straight Outta Compton cost £1.44. The most I've spent is £4 on Deadpool.
More than worth it at those prices.
This is amazing! Thank you for this posting!