The longer we own our iPad, the more tempted I am to retract my statement “I will only use free apps, free music and free stuff. Period.” Sure, there are lots of great freebies out there, but I can see how upgraded apps and entire mp3 albums are worth the money. That’s especially true if you can get an iTunes gift card on sale.
If you are a new customer at Saveology.com, then you can buy a $10 iTunes gift card for $5 right now.
I know they’ve run this type of deal before and many of you have purchased discount gift cards. How long did it take for your gift card to arrive? Anything else we should know based on your experience?
If iTunes isn’t your thing, but you are a first-time Saveology customer you could choose a different discount gift card:
- Boston Market: $5 for $10 gift card at Boston Market
- Hot Topic: $5 for $10 gift card at Hot Topic
- Discount Dining Dollars (this is open to everyone – not just first-time Saveology customers): Dining Dollars is powered by Entertainment.com (of the popular Entertainment Book). For $3 you get $100 Discount Dining Dollars. With it you can buy individual coupons for most any of the stores/retailers you find in an Entertainment Book.
Personally, I am first buying the iTunes gift card as a stocking stuffer for my husband, then getting the Discount Dining Dollars.
Since we are talking about gift cards, I do have one other question – would you find it valuable if I tracked prices at online gift card sites like Plastic Jungle and Gift Cards.com and let you know when cards for certain big brands went on sale? Or, are you not interested in buying discounted gift cards at all?
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