EXPIRED: Buy one, get one free on $20 iTunes cards at Harvey Norman [Save 50%]

HN_50_Off_RiiiipperHarvey Norman are offering an amazing 50% off the face value of iTunes credit as part of their Riiiipper Weekend. When you purchase one $20 iTunes card, you can get a second one absolutely free, if purchased during their 1 hour sale period of 10am – 11am AEST.

This offer is available on both Saturday 28th June and Sunday 29th June, in store and online, but is available only for the single hour (10am – 11am) and is limited to one deal per person.

A big thanks to Henry for sending this great deal in to us. Get in quick to take advantage of this bargain.

[Source: Harvey Norman]

 

Other known gift card promotions

 

[25%] The Good Guys – 25% off iTunes cards at The Good Guys until July 1st! – ends 1/7
[50%] Coles – 50% off Skype cards – ends 9/7
[20%] Myer – 20% off iTunes gift cards at Myer for more than a month! – ends 28/7
[20%] Officeworks – 20% off iTunes cards – unknown expiry
[20%] Betta – 20% off iTunes gift cards – ends 30/6
[20%] Big W – $50 iTunes card for $40 – ends 10/7
[16.6%] Target – 2 x $30 iTunes cards for $50 – ends 17/7

 

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