EXPIRED: One hour deal: $100 iTunes card for $75 online at Dick Smith tonight only! [Save 25%]

Wow, it looks like I won’t get any work done today…the deals just keep flowing in!

For one hour only this evening (24/5/12) between 7pm and 8pm AEST, you can get a $100 iTunes card for $75.

Unfortunately, it’s only limited to one per customer. There is no indication there is free shipping for the special, however the full price $100 card is currently showing up as free shipping.

These sort of deals are where our Google Calendar is very useful. Check out the info and you’ll never miss a deal!

Thanks to Karen and Jason who sent this in.

[Source: Dick Smith]

Other known gift card deals:

[25%] JB Hifi – 2 x $20 iTunes cards for $30 – ends 27/5
[25%] Harvey Norman – Get 2 x $20 iTunes cards for $30 at Harvey Norman – ends 27/5
[25%] EB Games – 2 x $20 iTunes cards for $30 for one day only! – ends 19/5
[20%] BP – 20% off all iTunes cards – ends 14/6
[20%] JB Hifi – 20% off PSN gift cards – ends 30/5
[20%] Officeworkds – $50 iTunes card for $40 – ends soon

7 Comments

  • JestaCat

May-24-2012

Thanks for the heads-up! I bought 2.And to 'anonymous' re if it goes missing in the post; this is a common disclaimer with online shopping - however most retailers in most situations will not enforce it unless your claim appears obviously fraudulent.Most retailers (especially big name one's like Dick Smith) want to help their customers and do right by them; and will consider the merits of any claim of goods not received and attempt to remedy for customer satisfaction. But you're welcome to your paranoia, it leaves more online deals for the rest of us.

  • Stubbsy

May-24-2012

As of 8:28 pm AEST the offer is still active despite the 8 pm deadline

  • Marcus

May-24-2012

Website repeatedly crashed. It took 5 attempts (20 min.) before I was able to secure my online order.

  • Harry

May-24-2012

And yes delivery is free

  • Harry

May-24-2012

It let me order 2 at the special price. Last time they ran this I ordered 4 so I don't think they enforce the 1 per customer thing too strictly

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