A few retailers have kicked off the week with new discounts on App Store and iTunes gift cards, offering either straight percentage discounts on the cards or BOGO sales. Below we’ve rounded up each retailer that has offers going on this week, so if you’re interested be sure to visit the sites and place your order before they end.
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Costco – Ends March 31
If you’re a Costco member the company has some of the best iTunes gift card sales this week, with discounts of up to 18 percent off. These will be delivered via e-mail and Costco places a limit of two card codes per member.
- $200 iTunes gift card – $164.99
- $100 iTunes gift card – $84.49
- $25 iTunes gift card – $21.49
Target – Ends March 31
Target has again launched its usual buy one, get one iTunes card promo, allowing users to purchase one card for full price and get another for 20 percent off. The offer is valid on $15, $25, $50, and $100 iTunes cards and will be delivered via email.
The 20 percent discount will be applied to the lower priced item, so multiple price tiers can be added at once, and after two cards are placed in your cart you’ll notice the discount. A few examples of BOGO discounts available from Target are listed below (note that REDcard holders can get an additional 5 percent off their total order price):
- 2x $15 iTunes cards – $27, down from $30
- 2x $25 iTunes cards – $45, down from $50
- 2x $50 iTunes cards – $90, down from $100
- 2x $100 iTunes cards – $180, down from $200
Best Buy is offering simple 10 percent discounts on a variety of iTunes gift card tiers, the best being $10 off $100. Note that Best Buy’s sale is covering both physical cards as well as those delivered via e-mail.
- $50 iTunes gift card physical / e-mail delivery – $45
- $100 iTunes gift card physical / e-mail delivery – $90
For more sales information, head over to our full Deals Roundup.