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2X £25 Itunes cards £40 Instore @ Argos
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Ends 3rd August 2010

In the sun as vouchers

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i cant see this anywhere on line, is it in the papers

Original Poster

Yes, saw it in todays Sun

Wonder if you could get 6 * 25 vouchers, for 120.. and getting 20 voucher's back..?

Thats an awesome idea...gonna try that tommorow!

just bought the star thanks heat added

how much do you guys spend on music

I dont spend anything on music personally. Was just putting an idea forward

Not for music...for apps / magazines

Gonna try tomtom on my phone, and ive got an ipad as well - Biz software aint that cheap and im addicted to reading magazines on it lmao

Fantastic news - just bought the little lady an Ipad so she'll fill her stockings with this offer.

heat added! anyone actually bought these yet, i dont wanna make a trip for nothing because my local argos store is 30mins away

Just bought the deal.

Paid £120 and got £20 worth of Argos vouchers.

So in total I got £150 worth of iTunes for £100. Cracking deal.

And no, I don't use it for music, I use it for books, applications and games.

asefmiqdad

Just bought the deal.Paid £120 and got £20 worth of Argos vouchers. So in … Just bought the deal.Paid £120 and got £20 worth of Argos vouchers. So in total I got £150 worth of iTunes for £100. Cracking deal.And no, I don't use it for music, I use it for books, applications and games.




R E S U L T

ohhh, can i use my £10 off voucher too ?X)

Just shows up as £50 when I reserve online..?

You have to have the Sun Newspaper Voucher, if you plan on getting 6 iTunes cards, then you need 3 Sun Vouchers.

Good Luck.

who the hell pays for music these days??????????????????

Banned

defard

Not for music...for apps / magazinesGonna try tomtom on my phone, and ive … Not for music...for apps / magazinesGonna try tomtom on my phone, and ive got an ipad as well - Biz software aint that cheap and im addicted to reading magazines on it lmao



You can get apps free too

£40? Approx 5 months Astraweb subscription.

fozey

who the hell pays for music these days??????????????????



People who don't want to steal it??????????????????

erics

People who don't want to steal it??????????????????




Loosers!:p

Incred

Why are people who pirate things so brazen and open about it? Just because lots of people do it doesn't make it either moral or legal... Admitting to it on the internet probably isn't the smartest move either.

sparkeeh

Why are people who pirate things so brazen and open about it? Just … Why are people who pirate things so brazen and open about it? Just because lots of people do it doesn't make it either moral or legal... Admitting to it on the internet probably isn't the smartest move either.


Absolutely. I am proud to pay for music, to reward the artists who take the time to produce it and encourage them to keep doing it.

I am not a music listener, as I don't have time for it, but if I was then I would gladly pay for it.
I am very good with computers and know how to crack some code and download stuff, I just choose not to.
If all of us just steal rather than pay, then there will be nothing left for producers and programmers to gain from, and we will be the ones to suffer the consequences.
Anyhow if other people are poor and can't pay for it, hence they download, and me along with others carry the industry on our shoulders then be it.

brown_ambassador

Absolutely. I am proud to pay for music, to reward the artists who take … Absolutely. I am proud to pay for music, to reward the artists who take the time to produce it and encourage them to keep doing it.




Yeh, your really helping the artists out there buddie!

http://img291.imageshack.us/img291/8373/musicwc.jpg


You really wanna support the Artists? Go see them in concert, thats where they make their money. Plus you cant beat seeing a band live.

All the same, a band's true fans will buy their music as well as see them live.

kasperlfc

All the same, a band's true fans will buy their music as well as see them … All the same, a band's true fans will buy their music as well as see them live.




Well to be honest I no longer see myself as a fanatic of any band these days, Im no longer 14. I still like great live music though so I go to alot of concerts and festivals. Again, if you wanna support your favorite band this is where you will make a difference. Album sales are a dying breed, you'll see more and more bands giving away their albums in the hope you go see them live.


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Were the vouchers only in yesterdays (Saturday) Sun?

Very tempted for this don't bother with music just apps, games and anything else which ticked my fancy. Heat added! :-)

goddammit

No Sun

Unhappy

defard

goddammitNo SunUnhappy



Never thought I would agree with that!

Was this voucher only in Saturdays sun or will there be another on Monday?

If songs were like 15p or 20p I would really consider downloading music legally as I think 99p for one song is a bit ridiculous.

Wow, I had to come back and report this...

was already going to purchase a piece of furniture in the Argos sale today, and needed some iTunes credit, so this seemed like a great deal. After my local newsagent said "no chance" on getting a Sun, I was amazed to stumble across 1 solitary copy in W H Smith!! But I needed 3 to purchase 3 x £50 itunes vouchers....

One trip to Argos later and the kind assistant did it all on 1 Sun voucher, and even better...

each 2 x £25 iTunes voucher registered as a £50 transaction (even though I only paid £40), so each one got £10 of Argos vouchers!!!!

My £200 of iTunes vouchers cost £160, got £20 of Aug vouchers, £20 of September, plus bought 2 pieces of great half price furniture, which then got me another £10 of vouchers!!!!!

All told
£200 iTunes vouchers
£110 (original price) of furniture
£25 of vouchers for Sept
£5 of light bulbs
= £340 of value for £195!!!

Cracking deal Brown! Bet your well happy!

(What could you use £200 iTune vouchers for?)

trigger_andy



I laughed at the fact they can't spell downloading. Jesus, you're using a word processor, they were designed to make misspelling pretty much idiot proof.

"Programming today is a race between software engineers striving to build bigger and better idiot-proof programs, and the universe trying to produce bigger and better idiots. So far, the universe is winning." Rich Cook

Is there anyway to get this deal without the voucher from the Sun? Or can you print it off from somewhere?
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