Black Friday 2017 Deal: Get 15% Off iTunes Gift Card [Digital Email Delivery]

It’s Black Friday time, which means there are plenty of deals to be had on everything from gift cards to 65-inch 4K TVs, and while the latter is the kind of deal we all dream about, it’s the former that is perhaps the most practical.

That’s why when we heard about Amazon offering a pretty tasty deal on iTunes gift cards, our interest was piqued.

Right now, Amazon is offering $100 iTunes gift cards with 15% off when buyers use the promo code ITUNES15 at checkout. Anyone looking to take advantage of the offer can do so now, with the only stipulation being that they must order at least $100-worth of vouchers. There is seemingly no upper limit on the offer, either.

Valid only on purchases made in the U.S. from the Apple Media Service. Use requires an Apple ID & prior acceptance of license & usage terms. Not redeemable for cash, for resale, for shipments outside the U.S & no refunds or exchanges (except as required by law). Data collection and use subject to Apple’s Privacy Policy; see Neither Apple nor Issuer is responsible for any loss or damage resulting from lost or stolen cards or for use without permission. Void where prohibited. Terms apply; see App Store & iTunes gift cards are issued and managed by Apple Value Services (“Issuer”).

While labelled as iTunes gift cards, the credit is applied to your Apple ID, which means it can be used for App Store and iBooks purchases, too, and even something like Apple Music subscription!

And yes, the offer is on digital email delivery, which means you don’t even have to wait for the card to physically arrive as the code to redeem it will be emailed to you and then you simply can redeem it in iTunes on your iOS or Mac device.

Buy: iTunes/App Store $100+ Gift Card – Email Delivery from Amazon: 15% Off

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