Best Buy has had $100 iTunes gift cards (both online and physical) for $80 since Black Friday but they’ve just opened up $50 gift cards for $40. iTunes gift cards make great gifts and can be used on Music, Videos, iBooks, iOS Apps and Mac Apps.If you buy two, you can additional $10 Best Buy Gift Card free if you pick them up in store.
Best Buy gets the Black Friday started early with some pretty incredible deals this morning:
Buy an 8GB iPod Touch for $195, get a $50 Best Buy Gift Card sent to you.
iPad 2s are $45 off across the board.
iTunes Gift Cards are 20% off
And the current Macbook Airs start at an impressive $849
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Walmart today lists the iPad 2 in all sizes and varieties with a “Starter Accessory” which include previous generation Smart Covers or USB wall chargers (or $50 iTunes Gift Cards when ordered and picked up site-to-store).
If your shopping tastes take you to Target, you can get a $40 Target GiftCard with iPad 2 purchase (or $450 iPad 1 32GB 3G/GPS). They also have various other iTunes/Apple device offers via circular including this 10% off printable coupon, below:
Ending this weekend, Best Buy takes 15% off all Apple iTunes Gift Cards. With free shipping, that’s the best deal we could find on these cards and the first time we’ve seen them discounted since June, when Target took 20% off in-store only. After the discount, a…
$15 gift card costs $12.75.
$50 gift card costs $42.50.
They’re good for music, videos, iBooks and iOS/Mac app purchases.
Best Buy takes 15% off all Apple iTunes Gift Cards. With free shipping, that’s the best deal we could find on these cards and the first time we’ve seen them discounted since June, when Target took 20% off in-store only. After the discount, a..
$15 gift card costs $12.75
$50 gift card costs $42.50
They’re good for music, videos, iBooks and iOS/Mac app purchases. Read more
(above, Apple’s Back to School Ads go live -thx)
Last week we told you that Apple was going to unleash its Back to School sale today and would include a $100 gift card to the App Store. We’ve seen the artwork and the packages were supposed to be opened today to be displayed. That’s what the outside packaging said anyway.
Late last night, @chronic tweeted that there was going to be a slight delay in the unveiling. We’re not 100% sure if/why the delay happened. It could have been the abrupt departure of Apple Store Head Ron Johnson or some other issues with the rollout.
But that doesn’t mean that the event isn’t going to happen and that the $100 in credit that we called didn’t happen.
Macrumors posts the image (below) which shows the $100 gift card that we’d heard about. Apple Stores are rolling out the imagery now (so technically we weren’t off on rollout ;) and the $100 begins tomorrow and goes until September 20.
Remember, Lion is free with any Mac purchased now and there are already significant educational discounts for Apple products.
Best Buy takes 15% off all Apple iTunes Gift Cards. With free shipping, that’s the best deal we could find on these cards and the first time we’ve seen them discounted in several months. After the discount, a $15 gift card costs $12.75, a $50 gift card costs $42.50, and a $100 gift card costs $85, among others. They’re good for both music/video and app purchases.
Obviously, with a Lion purchase coming up, it might be a good time to stockpile iTunes credit. Read more