50% off an iTunes gift card at Australia Post with purchase (take 2)

Last week we posted a special that was advertised on the Lasoo website for Australia Post. Well it turns out the special hadn’t started until today, and ends on the 24th September.

Starting today, if you spend $100 or more on an ONLY 1 Visa Gift Card, you can also get 50% off one iTunes gift card in the same transaction.

Keep in mind though, that you have to pay an activation fee of $5.95 for each Only 1 Visa Gift Card. The_Hawk over at Mactalk had an interesting idea to save money, but I’m not sure if it actually works!

This offer is valid until 24 September and is only applicable with the Only 1 Visa Gift Card $100 and $200 cards. There is a limit of one iTunes card per Only 1 Visa Gift Card purchased.

[Source: Lasoo]


  • Everett


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  • Robin


Just checked out a number of Auspost stores in Melbourne CBD, as well as Apple's online store, and it looks like there's no such thing as a $100 iTunes card any more: just $20, $30 & $50. http://store.apple.com/au/browse/home/giftcards/itunesStill, this deal works out at about 40% off a $50 card, so that's not bad at all.

  • Ganesh


I take it back...I asked at the PO and they said while they didn't stock iTunes Gift cards larger than $30 in value the bigger stores would. So I took a walk down to Crows Nest PO and managed to get one.Good Deal!

  • Ganesh


I went into a Post store today and the offer is definitely on. However, I noticed that only the $20 and $30 iTunes gift cards are on the shelf so I'm not sure if it's as good a deal as it seems... (unless you can buy higher value "cards" from the counter)

  • Sir Humphrey


I just came across this deal, but the Australia Post website suggests it costs $7.95 to purchase a starter pack for the card plus $3.95 to purchase a reload card with an amount to start the card off with: http://auspost.com.au/personal/reloadable-prepaid-visa-cards.html

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