£25.00 Itunes Voucher for £20.00 instore @ Morrisons
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£25.00 Itunes Voucher for £20.00 instore @ Morrisons

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Found 5th Nov 2008Made hot 6th Nov 2008
Seen this tonight, not a bad deal for those that use Itunes. Had a stand next to the audio kiosk

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Excellent deal. Will go down tomorrow and get my £4 roses, and my £25 itunes voucher :-) Thanks. H&R

Itunes is too expensive for downloads so I'm afraid cold from me.....

afroylnt;3382983

Itunes is too expensive for downloads so I'm afraid cold from me.....



I have to agree...

BUT... as this is the best price you can find for this voucher surley it has to be HOT!?

droitwichgal;3383237

I have to agree...BUT... as this is the best price you can find for this … I have to agree...BUT... as this is the best price you can find for this voucher surley it has to be HOT!?



£5 discount on prices that are more than 100% too high in the first place is just not enough.. sorry still cold unless you happen to be time poor and cash rich.....

afroylnt;3383292

£5 discount on prices that are more than 100% too high in the first place … £5 discount on prices that are more than 100% too high in the first place is just not enough.. sorry still cold unless you happen to be time poor and cash rich.....



DVD's at £3 are still hugely overpriced in comparison to the 12p or so it costs to make them.

If you consider that an album is generall at least two or three pounds cheaper on iTunes than it is in real life, and CD's only cost the companies a few pennies to produce, if iTunes is overrated, then so is every single CD you own :thumbsup:

Music and movies cost a lot to make, which is why everyone complains that iTunes is expensive in comparison to physical music. In all fairness, if they can make a CD £5 on iTunes that's £7 in store, all that tells me is the store is making an extra £2 for simply burning a cd for you. Work out who's prices are too high here :whistling:

At the end of the day, £5 off a £25 iTunes voucher, whether what you are purchasing, in your eyes, is good value or not, it is simply the cheapest way to purchase from iTunes, and that in itself is the hot deal.

I generally buy odd tracks and one-offs from iTunes; 79p for a single song is very good value to my mind - can't even buy a cup of tea and a Kit Kat for that at the works canteen (85p)! This evening, for instance, I watched an episode of Lead Balloon on Dave and quite liked the theme tune -- and I could just go and buy that track alone without having to pay for the rest of Paul Weller's covers album, which I didn't want. That, in itself, is rather revolutionary.

Still buy albums on CD, though - I prefer to have the higher quality and something tangible, especially as they're often sold at the same price-point.

Will come in handy for a few iPhone Apps too, hot.

OneGuysLife;3383605

DVD's at £3 are still hugely overpriced in comparison to the 12p or so it … DVD's at £3 are still hugely overpriced in comparison to the 12p or so it costs to make them.If you consider that an album is generall at least two or three pounds cheaper on iTunes than it is in real life, and CD's only cost the companies a few pennies to produce, if iTunes is overrated, then so is every single CD you own :thumbsup:Music and movies cost a lot to make, which is why everyone complains that iTunes is expensive in comparison to physical music. In all fairness, if they can make a CD £5 on iTunes that's £7 in store, all that tells me is the store is making an extra £2 for simply burning a cd for you. Work out who's prices are too high here :whistling:At the end of the day, £5 off a £25 iTunes voucher, whether what you are purchasing, in your eyes, is good value or not, it is simply the cheapest way to purchase from iTunes, and that in itself is the hot deal.



Distributing media electronically is very cheap however physical distribution is very expensive and this is why Itunes etc are still far too expensive in my opinion when compared to a physical CD . To Produce and distribute a CD the following tasks have to be completed ;
- produce a Glass Master
- Stamp CD's from Glass mater (requires raw CD's and specialist expensive production machinery along with secure facility with power etc in which to store the machines and the CDs)
- Check CD's produced correctly with random checks on production line
- Staff required to oversee production of CDs
- Pack CD and to wholesaler/distribution center of larger retailer
- Retailer/Wholesale receives CD's and their staff check against inventory manifest
- CD's placed on shop shelves / or distribution centre (cost of storage and processing orders sent out to shops etc)
To name a few….

Itunes Albums can't be compared to a CD - a CD is of much higher quality .

In my opionion Itunes albums should be no more than £3 if a physical CD can be distributed and sold for £9 (when released). A short time after release the price should come down to £2 to reflect what happens to CDs.

I'll pop in at lunchtime - good deal especially since I tend to buy only apps for my touch

scrooge, if you read the small print the one item i think you cannot buy with a gift voucher is applications. I might be wrong, but there is no mention of them there. Hope this isn't too late for you! new here, but is there a lukewarm vote possible?

does this bring the price down to what they pay in the US then?

sidesey;3387473

scrooge, if you read the small print the one item i think you cannot buy … scrooge, if you read the small print the one item i think you cannot buy with a gift voucher is applications. I might be wrong, but there is no mention of them there. Hope this isn't too late for you! new here, but is there a lukewarm vote possible?



The iTunes gift voucher can be used for anything within the iTunes Store, be that music, video, applications, iPod games or audiobooks.

Voted hot. Think that this is a very good deal from Morissons.

supermod

Thanks for the reminder :thumbsup:
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