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Buy $100 of iTunes Gift Cards and Receive a FREE Target Gift Card Worth $15!

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Here’s a nice opportunity for shoppers of iTunes and Target to enjoy a nice, little bonus.

Through Saturday, June 6, you’ll receive a free $15 Target e-gift card when purchasing at least $100 worth of iTunes e-gift cards through Target.com. (Here’s a link to the sale.)

ITunes gift card purchase with bonus Target gift card

Keep in mind that this deal requires you to purchase $100 worth of iTunes gift cards. You don’t necessarily need to buy a $100 gift card (though that certainly does the trick). So if you want to stock up on gifts for those iTunes fans in your life, consider purchasing multiple cards of lower denominations (i.e. 4x$25, 2x$50, etc).

If you subscribe to Apple Music, Apple TV+, and/or have an iCloud paid subscription, you can pay with an iTunes gift card. So taking advantage of this deal allows you to, essentially, pay for your Apple subscriptions with the iTunes card and still score a free $15 to use at Target.

— Chris

H/T: GC Galore via The Card Bay

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  1. Any idea if the $15 gift card can then be used for another iTunes card?

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