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iTunes buy £15 card get 2nd half price @ Sainsburys
iTunes buy £15 card get 2nd half price @ Sainsburys

iTunes buy £15 card get 2nd half price @ Sainsburys

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Need to buy something from iTunes? in the store today I saw that Sainsburys and they have a buy one get one half price.... good value if you are in to this!

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Did you check if only just on £15 vouchers and not others?

Original Poster

Only £15 cards apply, sorry!

I can't see that it makes any difference though does it?

Buying MP3s is a mug's game!

DoktorMesmer

Buying MP3s is a mug's game!



I guess you didnt realise iphones/itouch have apps and can play videos etc?

DoktorMesmer

Buying MP3s is a mug's game!



I spend mine on apps, good deal OP thanks !:)

Can't find them online, is it just in-store?

Check your receipt if buying with other shopping, they had this advertised in store last friday but when I checked my receipt it had gone through at full price!

cydiaa dont pay for apps and just burn mp3s on to the system with album artwork etc :P simples

This deal was a valentines deal that ended on 15th Feb, lots of stores haven't removed all the advertising for it yet (so may actually honour it) but yes do definitely check your receipt.

yasser_7862

cydiaa dont pay for apps and just burn mp3s on to the system with … cydiaa dont pay for apps and just burn mp3s on to the system with album artwork etc :P simples



We're not all thieving ****.

These also work on the Mac App Store so can be a useful way of reducing the purchase price of Mac Apps.

I'm just about to buy "Aperture" for £45.00. Buying 4 x £15 cards on this offer would cost the same £45, but I'll have £15 credit left, or have paid £30 for the software.

Sounds good to me

LOL, its not called thieving, and for your info jailbreak is legal, so its perfectly fine to do it, your just putting money in there pocket when theres no need fool.

Original Poster

It was in store only...

yasser_7862

LOL, its not called thieving, and for your info jailbreak is legal, so … LOL, its not called thieving, and for your info jailbreak is legal, so its perfectly fine to do it, your just putting money in there pocket when theres no need fool.



Jailbreaking is legal. Being a thieving little **** and downloading stolen cracked apps is not.

Thyseus

I guess you didnt realise iphones/itouch have apps and can play videos … I guess you didnt realise iphones/itouch have apps and can play videos etc?


I do realise, but I don't see what difference that makes. Point is, if you pay for MP3s, you're a mug.

DoktorMesmer

I do realise, but I don't see what difference that makes. Point is, if … I do realise, but I don't see what difference that makes. Point is, if you pay for MP3s, you're a mug.



Probably because people think that itune cards are only for buying mp3s, however they can have used for buying apps.
Since mp3s can be "free" without doing any jailbreaking.
(thats what i think )

P.s: voted hot, i will try to look for some as presents!
Edited by: "berry333" 23rd Feb 2011

yasser_7862

LOL, its not called thieving, and for your info jailbreak is legal, so … LOL, its not called thieving, and for your info jailbreak is legal, so its perfectly fine to do it, your just putting money in there pocket when theres no need fool.



You're quick to call someone else a fool when you clearly don't know what you're talking about. While jailbreaking might be legal, it is still illegal to use apps on there that you haven't paid for. Fool.
Edited by: "trickards" 26th Feb 2011

Didn't go through at Sainsburys Christchurch - clearly not nationwide.

£25 iTunes voucher for £20 at Sainsburys, advertised in the Sun yesterday.
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