The best way to save on content from Apple’s digital stores is to buy discounted iTunes gift cards. Any money saved when buying gift cards is essentially free iTunes credit to put towards apps, movies, music, books and more. This is a great way to save on pricey Mac apps like Logic Pro X or in-app purchases for your favorite iOS games like Pokemon Go and Super Mario Run. Something that often goes overlooked is that gift cards can also be used to pay for subscription services with iTunes billing like Netflix, Apple Music, Spotify and HBO Now.

What kind of iTunes Cards are there?

The most common iTunes gift card denominations available are $100, $50, $25 and $15 but some retailers also sell multi-packs. Generally speaking, the gift cards sell at face value, but every now and then some retailers offer discounts, which typically fall between 10-15%. You can double up on savings if you use your discounted iTunes gift cards to buy digital content when it’s on sale.

Do I need to be worried about buying a discounted card?

The big key with these deals is that you’re purchasing from a trusted retailer. There are all sorts of funky scams and sketchy sites peddling gift cards so you have to do your homework before hitting that buy button. Rest assured, all of the deals we share have been fully vetted and are from legitimate retailers. We share the best iTunes gift card deals on this page, through our social media channels (Twitter/Facebook), including @iTunesCardDeals.

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Deals from Retailers

Retailers offer a variety of iTunes Card deals from time to time, and each of them does things a little bit different. From offering a straight discount on your purchase to offering a second card at a discount, there are a few ways to save on your next purchase. Here are the retailers currently offering deals on iTunes Cards, and how you can save money right now.

Publix

Take the coupon from the weekly ad to a Publix store, spend $50 on iTunes gift cards, and get $10 off instantly. Not available online.

Other Retailers

Right now you may not see a deal on iTunes Cards at these retailers, but be sure to keep an eye out. From time to time you’ll notice deals at places like Costco, Best Buy, Staples, Safeway, Sams Club, Target, Walgreens, BJ’s Wholesale, Fry’s Electronics, Meijer, Walmart and PayPal Digital. If you notice other deals that aren’t listed above, be sure to reach out and let us know about them!

Recurring  deals from Retailers

Even if there are no current deals going on right now you can still score some great discounts with these retailers, most are paid memberships.

Target REDcardSave an additional 5% on any iTunes gift card if purchased using your REDcard.

Sam’s Club: Save just over $5 on the cards it carries.

Costco Wholesale Save ~6% on all cards everyday, along with extra discounts at times.

BJ’s WholesaleSave 2% on single cards & 4-packs.

Raise: Save various amounts by purchasing iTunes cards directly from others. If you’re a new user and purchase $25 or more, you can use promo code RAISE25AF at checkout to save an additional $5 off.

Cardpool: Save up to 35% with this safe & secure gift card exchange company.

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