Target Launches iTunes Digital Card Sale: Buy One, Get One 20% Off
Target this week has launched one of the first notable App Store and iTunes gift card discounts since the holidays, offering shoppers the chance to buy one iTunes card at regular price and get a second one for 20 percent off. While not as good as the straight 15 percent discounts for a single card we’ve seen over the past few months, this is one of the only iTunes card sales going on right now, so it could be a good opportunity to add some credit to your iTunes account.
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The offer is valid on $15, $25, $50, and $100 iTunes cards and will be delivered via email. The 20 percent discount will be applied to the lower priced item, so multiple price tiers can be added at once, and after two cards are placed in your cart you’ll notice the discount. Target noted that quantities are limited, but the sale is planned to last through Friday, February 16 at 11:59 p.m. PT. We’ve rounded up a few examples of the savings you can net with Target’s new offer below:
- 2x $15 iTunes cards: $27, down from $30
- 2x $25 iTunes cards: $45, down from $50
- 2x $50 iTunes Cards: $90, down from $100
If you’re a Costco member, you have a chance to save a bit more money with discounts closer to the 15 percent savings seen in previous iTunes gift card sales. Costco’s members-only iTunes sale will end this Saturday, February 10.
In addition to the iTunes card sales, Amazon’s Gold Box Deal of the Day might be worth checking out for anyone interested in saving money on an older, refurbished iMac. The timed deal has the 21.5-inch iMac from late 2013 (2.9GHz, 8GB RAM, 1TB HD) priced at $699.99, down from $1,199.99. The iMac is sold by Woot through Amazon, and is said to show limited or no wear and include all original accessories.
If you’re looking for more information on the latest discounts, head over to our full Deals Roundup.
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