i tunes 3*£15 itunes cards for £35 till wednesday @ PC World
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i tunes 3*£15 itunes cards for £35 till wednesday @ PC World

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Found 20th Dec 2011
youcan get 3 £15 itunes cards for £35 till wednesday
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There is a better deal ,the 12pound for the 15
Edited by: "ksm_hjx" 20th Dec 2011
ksm_hjx

There is a better deal ,the 12pound for the 15



3 x 12 = £36. can you not count?

This is £35.

hot.
ksm_hjx

it's better deal for the 12pound for the 15



How? That's £1 more expensive.
Nice price
DangerGod

3 x 12 = £36. can you not count?This is £35. hot.


^lol good price, thanks for posting

Only 1 pound cheap ,if you don't need so much ,why you buy 3 once?

DangerGod

3 x 12 = £36. can you not count?This is £35. hot.


Hottentot.
ksm_hjx

Only 1 pound cheap ,if you don't need so much ,why you buy 3 once?



Would you please use correct grammar.
Great if you need a few for presents etc
Is this instore only ?
How does this deal work? I can't find anything on their website related to iTunes.
Is this up to and including Wednesday??Or does it end first thing on Wednesday morning?
not sure if its online i just saw it instore ,and yes its all day wednesday ,which is really annoting as i dont get paid till thursday lol oh well might help a few people out for christmas prezzie idea
Copperface

Is this up to and including Wednesday??Or does it end first thing on … Is this up to and including Wednesday??Or does it end first thing on Wednesday morning?


yes its on all day wednesday
loiterer

How does this deal work? I can't find anything on their website related … How does this deal work? I can't find anything on their website related to iTunes.


just saw it instore so not sure if its available online
ksm_hjx

Only 1 pound cheap ,if you don't need so much ,why you buy 3 once?


thanks for sorting that out lol look like world war 3 was about to start over a pound lol
ksm_hjx

Only 1 pound cheap ,if you don't need so much ,why you buy 3 once?


:-\
It *is* only £1 cheaper, but that's still £1 cheaper...
And if you didn't want £45 of iTunes credit for yourself, there's nothing to stop you either giving these to friends or gifting apps. I'm sure most people would find a way of offloading them anyway.

That's not to detract from the £12 for £15 deal - that's hot because it's a good deal for the single. It doesn't mean that this doesn't also deserve heat though.
loiterer

Would you please use correct grammar.


I think you mean: Would you please use the correct grammar. Remember in English grammar, that the is the definite article.
loiterer

Would you please use correct grammar.



Surely this is a question, so there should be a question mark at the end of the sentence.
LOVING THE SLANGING MATCH GUYS AND GALS
exmouthred

Surely this is a question, so there should be a question mark at the end … Surely this is a question, so there should be a question mark at the end of the sentence.



Surely this is a question, so there should be a question mark at the end of the sentence?
ksm_hjx

Only 1 pound cheap ,if you don't need so much ,why you buy 3 once?



Do you type with your toes?
I'm tempted by the iPhone TomTom app, and this would (effectively) make it a little cheaper. Hmmm...
FatalSaviour

:-\It *is* only £1 cheaper, but that's still £1 cheaper...And if you d … :-\It *is* only £1 cheaper, but that's still £1 cheaper...And if you didn't want £45 of iTunes credit for yourself, there's nothing to stop you either giving these to friends or gifting apps. I'm sure most people would find a way of offloading them anyway.That's not to detract from the £12 for £15 deal - that's hot because it's a good deal for the single. It doesn't mean that this doesn't also deserve heat though.




Yeah~I didn't say this is not a good deal .I just say that one might be better for someone who don't need so much..
Where is the £12 for a £15 card available pls?
Copperface

Where is the £12 for a £15 card available pls?



hotukdeals.com/dea…942
DangerGod

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/another-itunes-offer-15-card-for-12-wilkinson-instore-1086942


Cheers......if PC world not available then Wilko here i come....
Oh! Watch out the Grammar police are in the thread!
Defiant306

Oh! Watch out the Grammar police are in the thread!



Right. You're nicked. There's a comma missing from your statement.
loiterer

Right. You're nicked. There's a comma missing from your statement.



You wish bud, just keep on walking.
yep its instore only guys until the end of wednesday, Scans as £34.98 for 3
wsmith1990

yep its instore only guys until the end of wednesday, Scans as £34.98 for … yep its instore only guys until the end of wednesday, Scans as £34.98 for 3



*it's
Leigh

I'm tempted by the iPhone TomTom app, and this would (effectively) make … I'm tempted by the iPhone TomTom app, and this would (effectively) make it a little cheaper. Hmmm...


This is effectively what I did. If you *are* thinking about the TomTom app, then don't wait until the price goes up again! The last time I was all set to buy the damn thing, the price went up by £10 and I decided not to buy it then again!

Obviously this is speculation - the price may *not* go back up, now that there's so many Nav apps in the market, but it's just worth thinking about.
Hope that helps!
Anyone know if Currys have the same deal?
Anyone know if Currys have the same deal?
guitarbloke

*it's


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loiterer

Would you please use correct grammar.



Why ! Just because you think your perfect does not mean every one else has to be, get a grip and stick to the deal. Good deal OP :-)
FatalSaviour

Surely this is a question, so there should be a question mark at the end … Surely this is a question, so there should be a question mark at the end of the sentence?



Surely this is a question? So there should be a question mark at the end of the sentence.
TP2

Surely this is a question? So there should be a question mark at the end … Surely this is a question? So there should be a question mark at the end of the sentence.


Shirley, this is a question! So there! Should be a question, Mark, at the end of the sentence.
Leave Shirley out of this.

Look, chaps, 'fraid to disappoint, it is a grammatically correct assertion. No suggestion of it being a question.
Edited by: "loiterer" 21st Dec 2011
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