From 9to5Toys.com

beats-musicIf Apple’s Beats acquisition prompted you to fire up a free trial of the music service then its probably just about to run out. Luckily, Target is running a promotion on Beats Music gift cards, which you can leverage to sign up for the service at a discounted rate.

For a limited time, you can get 25% off Beats Music $50 and $25 gift cards (and REDcard holders save an additional 5%). Standard Beats Music prices recently dropped to $9.99 per month or $99.99 per year. That means you can get a year of Beats for just $75 if you buy two $50 gift cards and $70 if you use a Target Red Card. This is the first general discount we’ve seen for Beats Music. Please note that these cards cannot be combined with any other subscription offers.

Listen to over 20 million songs on your iPhone, iPad, Sonos speakers, Android devices, and more. Beats Music has quickly become a favorite streaming service amongst music lovers.

Since Apple announced its planned acquisition of Beats, it has pledged its devotion to the Beats Music service. The Android app was just updated this week with several features including the ability to save offline downloads to an external SD card

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3 Responses to “Discounted Beats Music gift cards yield 25% off subscription fees, 1 year for $75 or less”

  1. Reblogged this on Taste of Apple and commented:
    Pretty great deal for those looking to enter the service now that Apple is purchasing it. See what all the fuss is about with less of the cost.

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  2. danbridgland says:

    Any delivery by email codes available for those of us outside U.S.A?

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  3. Anybody know if there’s a way to make these work with a family account which is tied into AT&T accounts?

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