It’s that time again, folks. Costco has discounted Apple’s iTunes Cards by 20% off at their warehouses, offering $100 multipacks (4 x $25) for $79.99, saving you $20 off.
The image above was seen at the Costco warehouse in Kanata, Ontario. The price card notes the sale ends on June 16, 2019, and there’s a limit of five per member.
iTunes cards are also on sale online at Costco.ca with e-delivery, but only offer 16% off, for $25, $100 and $200 denominations (you need to sign-in online to see the member price):
- $25 iTunes Card for $20.99 (16% off)
- $100 iTunes Card for $83.99 (16% off)
- $200 iTunes Card for $167.99 (16% off)
Back in February, Costco increased the discount on the $25 online card to 16% off, up from 14%.
It’s up to you to decide if spending an extra $4 online is worth your time versus driving to your local Costco warehouse (and then eating poutine and a hot dog).
Why stock up on these discounted iTunes cards to fund your Apple ID? It means every digital purchase from Apple results in savings, whether it’s your monthly iCloud subscription, Apple Music, app purchases, in-app purchases, movie rentals and more.
With Apple set to launch Apple TV+ and Apple Arcade soon, it’s never been more important to stock up on these iTunes cards to save money, especially if third-party apps and services support Apple’s in-app subscriptions.