If you buy apps, music or anything else from the Apple music, video, podcast or app stores, then these offers, flash sales, discounts and deals are a chance to save on both iTunes codes and gift cards.
I’ll never pay full price for an iTunes card or code – not that I buy them much at all anymore! Sadly there are a lot less deals nowadays, and the savings are certainly less than the 20% you could get just a few years ago.
Here is my pick of current iTunes code discounts.
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iTunes gift card sales and deals
There are less of these deals than there used to be but Boots, WH Smiths, Sainsbury’s, Asda and Tesco will run 10% to 15% off sales a few times a year.
Amazon: 10% off
This offer at Amazon comes and goes for digital gift cards, so it’s worth checking. You need to spend at least £25. You can use them on iTunes, Apple Music and the App store. You can combine it with other offers on Amazon.
CDkeys.com: 3% off
CDKeys used to be a fantastic place to save on digital iTunes codes, but it’s unlikely you’ll get more than 3% off.
They also sell cheaper codes for Google Play, XboxLive, Playstation Network, Facebook and Steam.
Up to £17 back
If you’ve not used cashback sites Quidco or Topcashback before, new users can get a bonus back to their account when they shop at thousands of retailers.
This has until recently included iTunes. However it’s now missing from both sites. That doesn’t mean you still can’t take advantage.
Instead you could buy an iTunes gift card from a retailer such as Curry’s. Just search for these retailers within your cashback site.
For Quidco (min spend £5) you’ll get a bonus £10, or you can sign up to my newsletter and get a larger £17 bonus.
For Topcashback it’s also a £10 bonus but with a £10 min spend.
Up to 6% extra
Both TopCashback and Quidco will give you a bonus on your earned cashback if you choose to pay out as a gift card rather than cash to your bank account – and both have options for iTunes.
I’ve written more about how this works in this article.