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£15 i-tunes gift card for £10.20 @ WHSmith
£15 i-tunes gift card for £10.20 @ WHSmith

£15 i-tunes gift card for £10.20 @ WHSmith

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Whsmith are printing a token in Friday 25th; Times, Indipendant and Daily Star newspapers

The token allows you to get a £15 i-tunes card for £10 @ WHSmith highstreet stores (not at train stations and service stations) between 25th and the 27th,

As the Star is the cheapest paper at 20p it will cost you £10.20 for a £15 i-tunes card, (plus a paper)

103 Comments

Link? sounds like a hot deal to me if its true

Original Poster

no link as it isnt an online offer, I dont really have any proof to offer since i cant get hold of tomorrows papers today, i work for WHSmith though and definatley know its happening, hopefully someone will be able to post up a pic of the ad in the morning,

are the vouchers a print off or do you have to have a card? just asking cause there might be a lot of people going for this and not enough cards to go round

Original Poster

You need the usual card, sould be plenty though as most branches have their crimbo ones in now

Stupid question but if i brought cards now would they be valid as presents in december or do they need to be activated in a certain time period?

I presume they can be activated at any time really, thanks for this I will get 2 x Daily Star and get my bro to get another voucher, 2 for £20 is not to bad.

macseffect;6386377

I presume they can be activated at any time really, thanks for this I … I presume they can be activated at any time really, thanks for this I will get 2 x Daily Star and get my bro to get another voucher, 2 for £20 is not to bad.



Brill will get some for Crimbo pressie too then :thumbsup:

can you use itunes card to buy hardware?

mrm3;6386679

can you use itunes card to buy hardware?


No.

Hot deal, thanks for the heads up. My iTunes balance is still OK from the last offer at Clinton Cards but I might get another one or two.

BOILING hot, thank you. Heat and rep added.

mrm3;6386679

can you use itunes card to buy hardware?



I was thinking the same thing. You could buy a iphone 3Gs 32GB for £387 using these gift cards, you'd need 38.8 of them though

Except the Daily Star is 25p, at least in the West Midlands area, still a good deal mind. But why pay for music and apps

5starslfc;6386873

I was thinking the same thing. You could buy a iphone 3Gs 32GB for £387 … I was thinking the same thing. You could buy a iphone 3Gs 32GB for £387 using these gift cards, you'd need 38.8 of them though



Not sure how you got 38.8

Each card = £15 so 387/15 = 25.8 (26)

26 x 10.20 = £265.20

So you are saving £121.80 on a 32 GB iPhone 3GS

Not bad imo. Not sure how many they allow each customer though.

You can't buy a iPod or iPhone with these gift cards though ! Just apps, music, games etc. from the iTunes store!

Still by this offer you can buy the tom tom software for £40.80 which I feel is a lot more reasonable.

do_you_over;6387196

Except the Daily Star is 25p, at least in the West Midlands area, still a … Except the Daily Star is 25p, at least in the West Midlands area, still a good deal mind. But why pay for music and apps



25p nationally.

paying for music and apps is not as much a value driven decison, as a moral decision IMO

bazzawhite;6387319

Not sure how you got 38.8Each card = £15 so 387/15 = 25.8 (26)26 x 10.20 … Not sure how you got 38.8Each card = £15 so 387/15 = 25.8 (26)26 x 10.20 = £265.20So you are saving £121.80 on a 32 GB iPhone 3GSNot bad imo. Not sure how many they allow each customer though.



The 32GB is £538.30, £387 was my result. :thumbsup:

Bargain :thumbsup:

daveniuk;6387378

You can't buy a iPod or iPhone with these gift cards though ! Just apps, … You can't buy a iPod or iPhone with these gift cards though ! Just apps, music, games etc. from the iTunes store!



As already stated, just flirting with the idea

Thanks for this

Thanks

scales23;6387493

25p nationally.



The only time the Daily Star has ever been worth buying !

do_you_over;6387196

Except the Daily Star is 25p, at least in the West Midlands area, still a … Except the Daily Star is 25p, at least in the West Midlands area, still a good deal mind. But why pay for music and apps



Because if you don't pay it hurts the business?

That and its stealing :whistling:

andydee86;6388322

Because if you don't pay it hurts the business? That and its stealing … Because if you don't pay it hurts the business? That and its stealing :whistling:



Copyright infringement is a civil offence, whereas stealing is a criminal one and will land you with a criminal record.

And just so you know, everytime you sing "happy birthday" in public you break the same laws - yet not one penny of the £25m royalties received have been passed to the artist. Still, it will be legal to sing it from 2031 onwards!

But please don't be brainwashed into thinking that copying of virtual property is the same as permanent deprivation of tangible property - or that it always represents a 'lost sale'.

ian13;6388392

Copyright infringement is a civil offence, whereas stealing is a criminal … Copyright infringement is a civil offence, whereas stealing is a criminal one and will land you with a criminal record.And just so you know, everytime you sing "happy birthday" in public you break the same laws - yet not one penny of the £25m royalties received have been passed to the artist. Still, it will be legal to sing it from 2031 onwards!But please don't be brainwashed into thinking that copying of virtual property is the same as permanent deprivation of tangible property - or that it always represents a 'lost sale'.



Whilst I agree its not a lost sale, if no monies pass hands for digital content how will it be produced in the future?

Heat/Rep given! :thumbsup:

Sounds like a good deal but have perhaps a silly question...

I have a debit card attached to my iTunes account and when I recently purchased a few apps via my iPhone, it automatically debited the amount from my card. How do I use one of these iTunes cards so that my debit card doesn't get used next time?

Thanks.

Cheekster.

canardo;6388522

Whilst I agree its not a lost sale, if no monies pass hands for digital … Whilst I agree its not a lost sale, if no monies pass hands for digital content how will it be produced in the future?



While I admit this is an issue, it doesn't make it theft.

People commit copyright infringement/unauthorised broadcasting in many ways: home taping, borrowing cds, listening to a friends tape/cd/mp3 player, playing music at parties, and none of these have killed music yet. People will always buy music - I may have managed to infringe in some of the above ways, but I have also bought music I liked, and some of that music wouldn't have even been discovered without those methods.

iTunes vouchers are only redeemable at the iTunes Store, not the Apple Store, so you can't buy hardware including iPhones/iPods.

Great deal though!
Just got mine - The Star cost 25p though - what a thoroughly crap paper, unbelievable!

cheekster;6388535

Heat/Rep given! :thumbsup:Sounds like a good deal but have perhaps a … Heat/Rep given! :thumbsup:Sounds like a good deal but have perhaps a silly question...I have a debit card attached to my iTunes account and when I recently purchased a few apps via my iPhone, it automatically debited the amount from my card. How do I use one of these iTunes cards so that my debit card doesn't get used next time?Thanks.Cheekster.



you log in to your itunes and register the code on the itune card which then adds it to your itune account so anything u purchase will automatically be deducted from the balance rather than the debit card :thumbsup:

handy for getting the oxford handbook of clinical medicine, £34.99 on the app store (although a 'hard copy/book is only £22.99 - but the app is infinitely more portable!).

Good deal but generally you can get itunes vouchers cheaper on ebay

I personaly wouldnt trust or buy itunes vouchers of ebay

scurrie;6389182

Good deal but generally you can get itunes vouchers cheaper on ebay



Do a completed listings search on ebay for itunes vouchers and you will see that you rarely get vouchers cheaper than 33% off.

the best deal I could find in 2 pages of completed listings was paying £10.50 for £15 worth of vouchers. This was very much the exception with most going for at least 80-90% of face value (and some over face value for some bizarre reason!)

Maybe you could give some examples of vouchers sold on ebay where they have gone for less than 2/3 face value?

The cheapest I could get them for on ebay a week or so ago was £12.99 emailed to me, but that was cheap for ebay.

I remember the £100 ones for about £20... those were the days!!

ive been considering the tom tom app for my iphone and this deal might just push me into it!! Decisions decisions.

Heat and rep

scurrie;6389182

Good deal but generally you can get itunes vouchers cheaper on ebay



In your dreams mate - buy here and you could probably make a (very small) profit on ebay. :thumbsup:

Can anyone confirm these vouchers are in the papers? Don't want to buy rubbish 'Star' if they aren't.
Thanks....

Wicked!!

Heat & rep from me!!!

xxxx

bargain!
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