iTunes iTunes gift card

Published on December 19th, 2018 | by Brad Gibson


Last-minute iTunes gift card deals a plenty for Christmas

With Christmas now less than a week away, beggars can be choosers on last-minute gift options. But if that friend or loved one is an Apple TV users, an iTunes gift card might be just the answer.

Here are a few notable discount deals on iTunes gift cards that can be mailed or even sent via e-mail…


Amazon is offering $7.50 off of iTunes gift cards worth $50 or more, making the final price $42.50 if used with the discount code APP750 during checkout.

This deal is offered by ACI Gift Cards, LLC, and will be delivered via email. This coupon code can only be used once by the same Amazon customer.


Target is offering buy one, get one for 20 percent off, online on cards up to $100. Like Amazon, once purchased, the offer will be delivered via email. Offers include…

  • 2x $15 iTunes gift cards – $27, down from $30
  • 2x $25 iTunes gift cards – $45, down from $50
  • 2x $50 iTunes gift cards – $90, down from $100
  • 2x $100 iTunes gift cards – $180, down from $200


For those wanting to give a ‘me-to-me’ gift, Apple is offering an App Store credit deal worth considering.

Apple is quietly offering a 10 percent bonus on App Store credit if bought before Thursday. A $200 purchase on an Apple ID can get up to a $20 bonus. The credit can be used toward purchases on the App Store, iTunes, iCloud storage, and other Apple services, but not devices.

The funds cannot be bought through your Apple TV, but can be added through an iPhone by going to Settings > Your Name > iTunes & App Store and tap your Apple ID > View Apple ID. Sign in if necessary, tap ‘Add Funds to Apple ID,’ tap the amount that you want to add, and confirm the selection.

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Brad is co-founder and editor-in-chief of He has been a technology reporter since the late 1980s having previously worked for MacUser, MacFormat, and iCreate magazines, as well as,,,, and He hosted and produced the MacFormat This Week podcast for three years. He was also a reporter, editor, and producer for the AOL, the BBC, Associated Press, and United Press International.

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