Today only, within the framework of its Deals of the dayBest Buy offers a FREE $10 credit when you purchase a $100 Apple Gift Card. Available in both digital with delivery by e-mail and physical cards along with free shipping, it’s one of the best values we’ve seen this year to top up your Apple or iTunes account with some credit. Best Buy also offers 6 months of Apple Music and News+, as well as 3 months of Apple TV+. This year has seen the return of more frequent Apple Gift Card offers, but they’re still widespread enough that when they arrive, it’s worth writing home. As always, these promotions are a great option to lock in a discounted Apple Music subscription or bring down the price of any other steaming service. Not to mention being able to save on apps, games and more. See below for more details.
Be sure to drop by our app and game deals hub for a variety of ways to get even more savings. In addition to the value offered by the featured promotion, you can use Apple Credit to score some of the offers in our ongoing roundup of all the best iOS app deals. With plenty of games already discounted for your iPhone and iPad, plus some productivity apps for the Mac, there are plenty of ways to score even better deals with the featured Apple Gift Card promotion.
Then go check out all the Apple deals that haven’t gone live this week to kick off a new month. From the latest iPadOS devices to accessories at the best prices of the year and more, you’ll find all the most notable markdowns right now in our guide.
Learn more about the Apple Gift Card promotion:
The eGift Card will be created and sent once your qualifying product has been shipped or picked up in store. A valid email address is required to claim the promotional e-gift card. If you are asked to confirm your email address, you must respond to that email within 60 days to qualify for this offer. Use it for purchases at any Apple Store, Apple Store app, apple.com, App Store, iTunes, Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple News+, Apple Books, Apple Arcade, iCloud and other Apple properties in the United States only.