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The Apple deals continue with Walmart's latest iTunes giftcard offer: $40 for a $50 iTunes gift card via email. Deals on iTunes gift cards are nothing new, but this deal
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    Default Virtual Stocking Stuffer: $50 iTunes Giftcard for $40 Via Email From Walmart



    The Apple deals continue with Walmart's latest iTunes giftcard offer: $40 for a $50 iTunes gift card via email.

    Deals on iTunes gift cards are nothing new, but this deal is especially juicy because the card comes immediately via email and the free shipping that would have been used on the card can be used on other items.

    The virtual gift card can be gifted via email to someone else after the buyer has received their confirmation email and logged into www.walmart.edeliverygroup.com with the provided PIN. Walmart should send the email almost immediately, but can take up to 48-hours before arrving in your, or the recipient's inbox.

    The Interwebs, destroying the actual act of opening presents and emptying stockings one innovation at a time.


    Source: Walmart via [Tech Bargains]

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    Hmm. So I can give this 2 myself & save $10? Nice.

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    Anybody know if this can be used by non-US accounts?

    EDIT: nvm just checked the terms and it says US iTunes Store only.
    Last edited by runey71; 12-17-2011 at 08:58 PM.

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    This is Garbage. Best buy on BF had a $100 card for $60 digital one of course.

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    Deal or no Deal?? Deal!

    That is an awesome bargain, nice catch phil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluemoldycheeze88 View Post
    This is Garbage. Best buy on BF had a $100 card for $60 digital one of course.
    This comment is garbage since black friday is over and deals from the past are the past.

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    Quote Originally Posted by runey71 View Post
    Anybody know if this can be used by non-US accounts?

    EDIT: nvm just checked the terms and it says US iTunes Store only.
    I'm in Canada and was able to purchase a gift card. Was sent to me via email. Will this not work if I try to redeem it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hogcia View Post
    Hmm. So I can give this 2 myself & save $10? Nice.
    yep. i got one for myself. hey. i will easily spend $50 in a few weeks and $10 for a few minutes of my time is not a bad deal. if you are keeping it for yourself just plug the code walmart emails you into redeem on the apple store and you got your $50 credit. this is a good deal.

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    The Interwebs, destroying the actual act of opening presents and emptying stockings one innovation at a time.
    No, I don't think so. I look at it as another solution.

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