Costco Has Apple’s iTunes Cards on Sale Again, But with a Price Increase
It’s that time again—Costco has Apple’s iTunes cards on sale, both online and in-store, for up to 15% off.
On Costco.ca, $25, $100 and $200 iTunes cards are available with e-delivery (sent to your email) for the following prices, which have increased slightly for the two lower denominations:
- $25 iTunes Card for $21.49 (up $0.50; 14% off; previously was 16% off)
- $100 iTunes Card for $84.99 (up $1; 15% off; previously was 16% off)
- $200 iTunes Card for $167.99 (16% off; no price change)
As for the sale price in store, it’s at $10 off at $84.99 for a $100 multipack ($25 x 4), which works out to a 15% off discount–the same as buying online (for the $100 card). Want the greatest discount? You’ll need to buy the $200 iTunes cards online.
iTunes cards also saw a regular price increase at warehouses to $94.99 for a $100 multipack, up $5 from its previous price of $89.99. #insertsadpandaface
Why buy these discounted iTunes cards from Costco? If you fund your Apple ID with these discounted cards, any digital purchase from Apple will be at 14-20% off, depending on where you purchased your cards (online or in-store). This means saving on subscriptions (Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, Apple News+, etc), apps, in-app purchases and more.
The last time Costco had Apple’s iTunes cards on sale was during Boxing Day, with the discount at 20% off in-store. Looks like those days are now gone.