Get A $100 iTunes Gift Card For Just $75, Here’s How [Black Friday Deal]
Many sites are being ground to a near halt as consumers look to score some great deals this Black Friday, and although we’ve already shown you how to grab hundreds of dollars worth of paid apps gone free, there’s arguably an even better deal in the offing for those running iOS. For a limited time, you can snare yourself $100 worth of iTunes Store credit for just $75, and with apps creeping up in price as time progresses, this is one offer worth writing home about.
It arrives to us courtesy of PayPal, or specifically, the PayPal Digital Gifts Store, and is among the best deals on iTunes credit that we’ve seen here. As well as being able to spend the resulting money on apps and games, you can also purchase from iBooks, iTunes or even the Mac App Store – essentially any digital content available where you’re logged in with your Apple ID.
The promotion is only applicable to those in the United States, however, so there are no such savings if you happen to be in the UK or anywhere else.
There’s a pretty good chance that, like most Black Friday offers, this one’s going to sell out rather quickly, so if you want to save a boatload on the vast array of content available through the vast iTunes Store, then PayPal Digital Gifts has you covered.
And remember, you don’t necessarily have to use all of your credit in one fell swoop. $100 may seem like a lot to get through immediately, but if you just leave it on your account and make purchases as you normally would, you’ll end up giving your credit card a long-term, and probably much-needed break.
The code is emailed to you, so there’s a good chance that you’ll receive it fairly quickly, although there are no guarantees. You could always pass the gift card code on as, you know, a gift, but then, perhaps, the dilemma would quickly switch to finding somebody warranting a $75 outlay!
Jokes aside, you can mull over the deal on the PayPal Digital Gifts page on eBay, and given that you’re unlikely to find another saving of this magnitude as far as iTunes credit is concerned, it’s well worth considering.