iTunes Buy one get one 1/2 price at Clinton Cards 2 * £10 = £15 - HotUKDeals
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If you buy one you get the 2nd (cheapest) 1/2 price.

This is a Mothers Day promotion.

2 * £10 = £15
2 * £15 = £22.50
2 * £20 = £30

6 Gift cards maximum can be purchased at once.

Similiar to:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/630461/15-i-tune-vouchers-10-in-asda-insto
if you can't get to ASDA
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#1
Why the COLD??? This is a good deal!! if you can find better SPEAK UP!!
#2
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/630461/15-i-tune-vouchers-10-in-asda-insto

£30 for £20 if you buy 2 £15 vouchers at £10 each.
#3
dose not work online
#4
kensington143
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/630461/15-i-tune-vouchers-10-in-asda-insto

£30 for £20 if you buy 2 £15 vouchers at £10 each.



it basically works out that you can get the same as ASDA but not all can get to ASDA, some may find Clinton Cards easier to get to.

The nearest ASDA to me is 10 miles, Clinton Cards is less than 1 mile.

Clinton Cards allows for individuals who cannot afford to pay the larger amount with the offer being available on all cards you buy.

Catering for the masses as is the ethos of HDUK.
#5
rmanpaul
it basically works out that you can get the same as ASDA but not all can get to ASDA, some may find Clinton Cards easier to get to.

The nearest ASDA to me is 10 miles, Clinton Cards is less than 1 mile.

Clinton Cards allows for individuals who cannot afford to pay the larger amount with the offer being available on all cards you buy.

Catering for the masses as is the ethos of HDUK.


Agree with all this - BUT I thought the ethos of HUKD wasa to find deals. Anyway - you DID ask if it was cheaper elsewhwere :whistling:
#6
shane2010
dose not work


useless post, dont post if your not willing to explain why... :roll:
#7
Voted hot. I just got 2 x £15 itunes Vouchers for £22.50 at Silverburn, Glasgow. I bought them as a gift, so not only did I save some cash, the recipient will think I'm generous lol
banned#8
It would be a good way of getting TomTom down to a more realistic price. I see its back up to £55 after the software update. Excellent piece of software and cheaper now using this post :)
#9
good price and id prefer clintons to asda for my vouchers, heat added
#10
This is going to be controversial but how about Limewire, buy none get unlimited free!!!

On a serious not I wouldn't bother with iTunes, although I have an iPod and iPhone. They download in their format rather than mp3 and have DRM too. One day another company will bring out something better and you'd be stuck with a load of music in a format you can't play or won't allow you to play on another device.

I love Apple devices but have never spent a penny on iTunes apart from the odd app. Buy from Tesco/Amazon/Play or check the song on Martin Lewis' comparison music site to see where it's cheapest. £7.99 for a downloaded album on iTunes is rubbish might as we just buy the cd as least you then hav a back up.
#11
I was going to get these to get tomtom for iphone, as my asda during the week didnt have any cards, but price for tomtom as gone up about a tenner. so might not bother.
#12
Might use it to buy the F1 timming application:thumbsup:
#13
@Jimmyboy: iTunes music is in non-DRM AAC format. It's just just as prevalent as MP3 and uses better technology to produce higher quality sound compared to an MP3 of the same size. Both filetypes will be around for a long time, don't worry.

As far as iTunes vs. Amazon/Play etc, I won't go into it – all boils down to personal preference or willingness to shop around.
#14
Itunes scrapped the DRM for music a while ago now... admittedly they aren't mp3s, but the m4a format is just as good in terms of sound quality, just as not as universally playable..

Good deal,
#15
I didn't realise that iTunes had removed the DRM so I stand corrected.
Great deal then I guess if you were planning on buying some songs/apps from iTunes
suspended#16
Why not just download it all for free?
#17
kruger98
Why not just download it all for free?


Karma?
suspended#18
Sanzai
Karma?


You mean we'll get rewarded for sticking it to record labels?
#19
kruger98
You mean we'll get rewarded for sticking it to record labels?


Not really what I was going for considering that I was responding to your question rather than adding to it. :p

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