For what is very likely to be a very limited-time and stock promotion, Amazon is matching a number of other shopping outlets by offering up to 15% discount when purchasing specific denomination App Store & iTunes Gift Cards for email delivery. If you spend a lot of money downloading apps, games, and other content, this is essentially Amazon giving you free money.

These cards are absolutely perfect for anyone who is heavily invested in the iOS, macOS, tvOS, or watchOS ecosystems provided by Apple. If you have ever browsed through Apple’s digital marketplace then you will know that it is full of apps, games, movies, cutting-edge TV shows, books, podcasts, and more. If it exists digitally, then the likelihood is that you can grab it from the App Store or from iTunes and use it on your iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple TV, or Apple Watch.

If you have been wanting to get that latest expensive game but didn’t want to pay full price for it, this is your opportunity. If you need to see the last few episodes of a specific show, then this card can be used for that. A great opportunity to get something for nothing.

Take a look at the deals below to directly to the App Store & iTunes Gift Card of your choice. As an example, if you throw a lovely $50 card into your digital basket and checkout with code ITUNES, then you will only be asked to part with $42.50. If you bump that up to a $100 gift card, then the discount rises proportionally, meaning you will be able to purchase the card for just $85. That’s $15 worth of free content that you can access.

The App Store and iTunes Gift Cards are a perfect gift to yourself to get over the stress of the festive season or will make a wonderful Christmas morning surprise when they drop into the email inbox of whoever you choose to send one to. Give the gift of digital content this Christmas, and save money in the process.

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