Toys: $100 US iTunes gift card, instant email delivered: $75 shipped from Paypal/Ebay (25% off)

From 9to5Toys.com:

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Paypal’s Ebay store offers a $100 iTunes gift card for just $75 shipped. That’s 25% off and the lowest price we’ve seen in quite some time for a $100 iTunes gift card.

Each iTunes code is redeemable for apps, games, music, movies, TV shows and more on the iTunes Store, App Store, iBooks Store, and the Mac App Store. Recipients can access their content on an iPhone, iPad, or iPod, and watch or listen on a computer – Mac or PC.

Remember, HBO Now and Apple Music unlimited bills through iTunes, so you can use this deal to save on your subscriptions as well. It is a no brainer for those who live in the Apple ecosystem.

Gift cards will be emailed so you’ll be able to start downloading discounted iTunes media sooner rather than later: “In most cases, this will be within a few minutes of purchase. However, in some cases it may take up to 24 hours.”

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Comments

  1. Torrey Huerta - 7 years ago

    Great timing with new Apple goodies being announced this week! Thanks.

  2. Sergey Nosovich - 7 years ago

    Is this link legit? I was having issues with paying for this on what appeared to be Ebay check out page (with 2 different accounts) and then was notified by PayPal about unusual activity.

  3. joe smith (@joe815smith) - 7 years ago

    You can also pay for Netflix, Hulu and Showtime through iTunes

  4. I also was unable to complete the transaction with PayPal. Presumably they are paying part of the discount as a way to advertise ebay/paypal and encourage people to sign-up for the services — it’s a heck of a bad way to promote your business. (Not to mention the paypal pages take a seriously long time to load and don’t give any indications that something has happened after button presses on the web page).

    — Jon

    • Torrey Huerta - 7 years ago

      For what it’s worth, it worked fine when I bought mine (about an hour before my original comment here 2 days ago).

  5. USgiftcards - 7 years ago

    Is it possible? $100 iTunes gift card just $75!! I will buy another also.

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