UPDATE: Updated link to digital download to avoid postage.
If you’re one of those iTunes users that also has a US iTunes account, we’ve got another discount this week from Best Buy.
You can currently get a USD$50 iTunes card delivered digitally for USD$40. Saving you 20% off the face value. But if you usually buy them from a reseller, you’ll save even more than that!
Don’t forget that you will have to pay sales tax, unless of course the address that you’ll be using resides in a state that doesn’t have sales tax (e.g. Oregon or Alaska).
I couldn’t find a date this promotion finishes, but I’m pretty sure it’s part of the Black Friday/Cyber Monday promotions they have. So you’ll want to act fast, as it could end Tuesday Australian time.
If you need help setting up a US iTunes account, Lifehacker has a great article from a few years back. I think the process still works?
Get the deal here, direct from Best Buy.
Thanks to Rick who gave us the heads up for this one. Rick managed to also use his Australian credit card to make the purchase.
[Source: Best Buy]
Other known gift card deals:
[33%] Good Guys – Buy 2, get the 3rd free – ends today, 28/11
[25%] Coles Express – 2 x $20 iTunes cards for $30 – ends 11/1
[20%] Dick Smith Online – Get a $50 iTunes card for $40 – ends today, 28/11
[20%] 7-11 – 20% off iTunes cards – ends 12/12
[16.6%] Australia Post – 2 x $30 iTunes cards for $50 – ends 4/12
[16.6%] Kmart – 2 x $30 iTunes cards for $50 – ends 4/12