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  1. #21

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    Dick Smith will be doing 2 $20 iTunes cards for $30 starting next Thursday.

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    Two $30 iTunes Cards for $40 at JB!!

    Offer ends Saturday 13th June 09

    JB website: Apple 2 x $30 Deal
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    Oh nice, I'll be picking a few of them up. That's a good deal.

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    YeHA! BOth DSE and JB cards can be bought online! Gotta love pants free purchases!


    ...although it seems they both want to mail you the cards and charge shipping... might just have to put those pants on after all :P
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    The deals are coming thick and fast at the moment. Here's the latest...

    Big W
    Two $20 iTunes cards for $30.
    Thursday June 11 until Wednesday June 24.

    For the record, the current deal at JB Hi-Fi that ends on Saturday (two $30 cards for $40) is marginally better value.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sibelius View Post
    The deals are coming thick and fast at the moment. Here's the latest...

    Big W
    Two $20 iTunes cards for $30.
    Thursday June 11 until Wednesday June 24.

    For the record, the current deal at JB Hi-Fi that ends on Saturday (two $30 cards for $40) is marginally better value.
    Yes. 66c per $1 of music.

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    I ordered my iTunes cards from JB online last Tuesday and my order's still being processed. What could be taking them so long?

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    if you visit instore at JB, make sure the staff are aware of the deal (call ahead and get a name), some (or most?) of them don't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by east View Post
    if you visit instore at JB, make sure the staff are aware of the deal (call ahead and get a name), some (or most?) of them don't.
    When I visited JB, none of the staff knew of the deal. In fact the girl who served me told me that there was NO such deal! I then insisted that she look at the website. When she found the deal, she then called her manager to make sure that the deal was legitimate!

    It took me a good twenty minutes from the time that I first reached the counter to when I walked out with the iTunes cards.

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    JB in the Sydney CBD had signs up on the iTunes cards so it was all good. No questions, no problems
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    Quote Originally Posted by east View Post
    if you visit instore at JB, make sure the staff are aware of the deal (call ahead and get a name), some (or most?) of them don't.
    At least in the Brisbane CBD store, they're advertising the promotion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by east View Post
    if you visit instore at JB, make sure the staff are aware of the deal (call ahead and get a name), some (or most?) of them don't.
    My friend visited the Woden store last Monday and was told the deal had ended.

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    Yes. JB deal is over.
    (damn)

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    i ordered mine from JB, have taken over a week, but the letter is registered and im tracking it still. Should get it monday.

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    I picked up 2x$20 cards for $30 at Myer today.

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    2 x $20 cards for $30 at BigW until Wed June 24th.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hendot View Post
    I picked up 2x$20 cards for $30 at Myer today.
    Note this deal ends today. Picked up another 4 cards in my lunch break.
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    ^Did they also have to take them over to some other counter to validate the cards? What a pain in the neck that was I bought four last week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mitty View Post
    ^Did they also have to take them over to some other counter to validate the cards? What a pain in the neck that was I bought four last week.
    Yeah they can't validate iTunes cards at every counter at Myer. Generally they validate them at the "Virgin" counters where they sell CDs and DVDs.

    In other news....

    Kmart is offering 10% off iTunes cards from July 2 to July 15.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mitty View Post
    ^Did they also have to take them over to some other counter to validate the cards? What a pain in the neck that was I bought four last week.
    Myer Melbourne Bourke St store didn't have any cards left, so they put them through manually i.e. the receipts had the redemption codes. Only took a couple of minutes and I prefer this method to the actual cards.
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