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Another 20% Off iTunes Cards Sale is Back at Costco

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If you’ve been waiting for another 20% off sale on iTunes cards at Costco, your wish has been granted, as today the retailer launched a sale both online and in-store.

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The $100 multipack (4 x $25) is available for $79.99 at Costco warehouses, or $83.99 online (which includes free shipping). If you’re willing to pay $4 more for the online option, that would save you the time and hassle of heading to your local Costco (and also spending $500 on ‘groceries’ plus crushing a poutine and $1.50 hot dog).

If you’re not doing it already, you should be funding your iTunes account with these discounted cards, because that means you’ll be saving 20% off any digital purchase from Apple. That means anything in iTunes, the App Store, Mac App Store, iBooks Store and subscriptions such as iCloud storage, in-app purchases, Netflix subscriptions (If it’s being funded from your Apple account) and more.

The last time this 20% off sale happened was a month ago, but prior to that it the previous sale was last Boxing Day. Let’s hope these sales occur more frequently.

The sale starts today and goes until May 14, 2017. Let us know if you’re going to pick some up!

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  • GaDgEtMoN

    “The sale starts today and goes until March 14, 2017. Let us know if you’re going to pick some up!” Do you mean?; it ends May 14, 2017…

  • Oops fixed, thanks (still drinking coffee)!

  • KBlazer07

    $2 hot dog? Only $1.50 in Ottawa (plus drink)! They have the same hot dog deals in Mexico in case you were wondering LOL

  • You’re right, it is a $1.50! It was $2 but they made it cheaper

  • Olley

    That’s one thing I don’t get – people are overly obsessed with Costco hotdogs. Lines are consistently long here at Downtown Vancouver location, even on weekdays afternoon. I can understand if this is in the suburbs where it may take a while to find food before or after Costco run but Downtown Vancouver next to Rogers arena?? Literally a block away there’s tons of better food options on keefer.

    When a store sells cheapass hotdogs everyone questions the meat they use but when Costco sells them people are lining up like new iPhone release

  • Well the fact it also includes a pop and refill with the hot dog for $1.50…I don’t know of a better way to attract foot traffic to a store. That $1.50 might even be a loss leader to get you in the door and spend $500 on stuff you don’t really need.

  • Mario Gaucher

    loss leader? I don’t think so… they work on very thin margins… but they do not lose money on anything.
    If there’s a special on something, rest assured that the manufacturer is probably financing in some way the offered rebate.
    this is my from my own experience working for a company selling products to Costco.

  • Olley

    I read it somewhere that majority of Costco revenue came from membership fee. That’s why they allow no question asked return on so many stuff, even after years of use. I’m saying if someone can afford 55 dollars a year membership he’d def go for better food option if there’s any nearby.

  • KBlazer07

    If you want better meat, ask for the Polish sausage, same great price! 😉

  • Lol

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