Get a $50 iTunes gift card for only $30 (save 40%) @ DickSmith

3 April 2008

Get a $50 iTunes gift card for only $30 (save 40%) @ DickSmith. Page 2 of the catalogue valid from 2/4/2008 to 21/4/2008.

8 comments

  • Keeys
    Nice saving!! I buy cards like these for the nieces and nephews for birthdays etc They think there getting an expencive gift and I'm happy cause not alot you can but a teen for $30 that they won't think is crap ;)
  • photographyisart
    great saving, sadly the only way to create an itunes account is with a credit card so it might be a bit risky for me
  • Wally
    Pretty sure if you have an email address you can open an account using one of these Vouchers
  • geo78
    no need for credit card to register...if you want to use more than what the card is for, then you may buy more credit using credit card or just redeem another gift card you bought offline. 1. This card is redeemable only on the iTunes Music Store for Australia. 2. Prepaid cards expire the later of two years from the date of (i) issuance or (ii) last activity on an iTunes Music Store account. 3. To redeem this card you must have an iTunes Music Store account, subject to prior acceptance of license and usage terms. To open an account you must be above the age of 13 and in Australia. iTunes 4.7 or later, compatible software and hardware, and Internet access (fees may apply) are required. 4. Prepaid cards cannot be redeemed for cash, returned for cash refund, exchanged, or used to purchase any merchandise or provide allowances. Unused balances are nontransferable. An allowance, gift certificate, another prepaid card, or credit card must be used for purchases exceeding the amount of this card. Unless stated otherwise, data collection and use are subject to the Apple Customer Privacy Policy, available at [url]www.apple.com/legal/privacy[/url]. 5. Risk of loss and title for prepaid cards passes to the purchaser on transfer. Apple is not responsible for any loss or damage you suffer as a result of lost or stolen prepaid cards or use without your permission. 6. Your statutory rights are not affected. If any of these terms are not valid or enforceable, the other terms will not be affected. 7. Apple reserves the right to change these terms and conditions from time to time. Not for resale. Music purchased from the iTunes Music Store is for lawful, personal non-commercial use only and not for redistribution, transfer, assignment or sublicence.
  • admin EDITOR
    I still reckon this is a good bargain myself.
  • Keeys
    I actually thought it would have been hotter in here than it is :(
  • admin EDITOR
    yea - I'd suspect this might be a smoulderer.
  • Keeys
    haha I love your descriptions

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