Costco has launched its periodic sale on Apple’s iTunes cards online, but this time there’s a slight twist as denominations have changed, with the elimination of the $25 card.
You can see the new sale amounts below—everything is the same except you’ll have to spend a bit more for a $50 card to get savings:
- $50 iTunes Card for $42.99 (14% off)
- $100 iTunes Card for $84.99 (15% off)
- $200 iTunes Card for $167.99 (16% off)
Your local Costco warehouse should also have this sale on right now for $100 cards (4 x $25 pack). Purchasing online from Costco.ca allows for instant e-delivery and avoids a drive to a warehouse, plus is safer due to the current COVID-19 pandemic.
Why buy discounted iTunes cards from Costco? If you pay for online services from Apple such as iCloud storage, Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, Apple News+ and more, you can save when your account is funded with discounted iTunes cards. The same goes for any digital purchase from Apple such as apps, in-app purchases, movie rentals, and more.
With Apple rumoured to offer more service bundles this fall, it’s always a good thing to stock up on these iTunes card sales.
Costco last had iTunes cards on sale back in July, when the $25 denomination was still available online.