Apr 102012

Apple isn’t the one to slash prices, and the only time a discount is really seen from the Cupertino company is on Black Friday weekend. Thus, we rely on the likes of Best Buy and Wal-Mart to bring in those special offers.

The 20% saving is the same for all denominations between $15 and $100 – unfortunately you do not save any more by purchasing larger bulks of credit. Still, if you’re often scouring Apple’s stores for new content, it’s a pretty sweet deal, and you can scoop a $15 card for $12, a $25 card for $20, a $50 card for $40, or, if you’re a real junkie, the $100 card can be had for just 80 bucks.

Please be advised, however, that if you don’t live Stateside, you can only purchase the gift cards if you use a US credit card or PayPal , so be warned.

The deal seems like a worthwhile purchase. The eGift cards can be used to obtain Mac and iOS apps and games, iTunes music and videos, iBooks, audiobooks, textbooks, and whatever else you can find under the ‘iTunes Store’ label within your iTunes desktop application

All of the deals can be found via this page on Best Buy’s website and, as ever, the credit doesn’t expire so once you have them, you can redeem whenever you need.

[via Redmond Pie]

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