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Amazon has $50 Apple Gift Card (Email Delivery) + $5 Amazon Promotional Credit for $50 when you follow the instructions listed below.

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Note, must be logged into your Amazon account and apply the listed promo code to promotional credit offer

Deal Instructions
  1. Click this link here
  2. Purchase a minimum of $50 Apple Gift Card (Email Delivery) and item add to cart
  3. At checkout, apply promo code APPLE21 (to receive your $5 in Amazon Credit w/ purchase)
    • Note, after you apply the promo code, it will be listed in your qualifying offers in your 'Review Items and Shipping' section
  4. Final price should be $50 w/ $5 Amazon Promotional Credit w/ purchase

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  • Must purchase a minimum of $50 w/ the listed promo code to receive your Amazon promotional credit
  • A one-time $5 Amazon promotional credit will be applied to your account and emailed to you within (3) business days after delivery
  • This Apple Gift card can be used on purchases at any Apple Store location, Apple Store app, Apple.com, the App Store, iTunes, Apple Music/TV/News/iCloud and more
  • Not returns or refunds on Apple Gift Cards
  • Limit one per customer only
  • Offer valid while for a limited time or while promotion last
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Deals1First asked this question on 09-09-2021 at 07:42 AM
09-09-2021 at 10:05 PM
yes, happen to me too
09-12-2021 at 12:45 PM
This is normal because credit cards have a high incidence of fraud. Verify its Amazon.com on the address bar. You are being asked for the card number because it doesn't want somebody with access to your account to ring up the charge if it's not you.
09-12-2021 at 02:47 PM
Thanks for reply - agree that confirmation on a known page is not an issue.

Passed on the deal, but made a purchase on the Amazon Checkout Page with no full cc request.
Work524 asked this question on 09-08-2021 at 10:40 PM
09-09-2021 at 06:11 AM
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Nattefrost asked this question on 09-09-2021 at 01:21 PM
09-09-2021 at 01:21 PM
Yes you can. Now all Apple gift cards work both ways: to buy digital services via iTunes/App Store and to purchase physical items at Apple.

And yes, you can redeem the gift card via iTunes or App Store.
cn1024 asked this question on 09-09-2021 at 01:20 PM
09-09-2021 at 09:43 PM
yes. you can setup via subscription. subscription deducted from the gift card balance first
semper_fi asked this question on 09-10-2021 at 02:35 PM
09-10-2021 at 02:35 PM
Its promo credit that expires, not a gift card. You’ll see it when you put something in your cart and proceed to checkout.
TalentedRoom4201 asked this question on 09-09-2021 at 09:19 AM

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I use mine to pay my iCloud every month. Put the credit on my account and it automatically debits from there.
Ever since Apple combined their iTunes and Apple Store gift cards the only deals you can really find are "Buy $100 Apple GC and get $10 Target or Best Buy GC."

This is the same thing as "Buy $50 and get $5 Amazon GC" but since so many people use Amazon its basically a free $5 for anyone who was going to buy an Apple GC anyway.
That's an Apples to Applebee's comparison.

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Nice but is that $5 Amazon GC or Credit?
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Is there a limit?
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What's the best way to spend Apple Gift Cards? Iphones?
gift me Smilie
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Is it just one use only?
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What time zone of 859am? Pt?
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What time zone of 859am? Pt?
I think its 8:59amEST, because when I clicked on the link... it shows the deal is on at 6:00amPST.
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If you have a Chase card (e.g., Chase Freedom), check to see if you have the "Best Buy 10% back" offer. I think it should work for buying Apple gift cards. Here's the text of the offer:
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Earn 10% back on all of your Best Buy purchases until a $35.00 back maximum is reached.

Offer expires 9/23/2021. Payment must be made directly with the merchant. Offer not valid on third-party delivery services. Payment must be made on or before offer expiration date.
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What's the best way to spend Apple Gift Cards? Iphones?
I use mine to pay my iCloud every month. Put the credit on my account and it automatically debits from there.
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iPhone 13!
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What's the best way to spend Apple Gift Cards? Iphones?
iCloud storage and apps.
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