Apple’s Black Friday Deals are Now Live

Discussion in 'Apple iPad News' started by RaduTyrsina, Nov 28, 2014.

By RaduTyrsina on Nov 28, 2014 at 1:04 PM
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    Every year when it's Black Friday, Apple has a special way of approaching this shopping bonanza. The company doesn't come up with discounts on its products, but rather offers gift cards. Such is the case in this year, as well.

    Apple is now offering a one-day-only deal on its products for Black Friday so customers who purchase qualifying Apple products will receive a (PRODUCT)RED iTunes gift card valued from $25 to $100. Here's the entire list of the qualifying products:
    • iPod touch – $25
    • iPod nano – $25
    • Apple TV – $25
    • Select Beats by Dre headphones – $25
    • Any iPad – $50
    • Any Mac – $100
    However, while Apple Store customers in the U.S. will get gift cards on selected purchases on Black Friday, it seems European customers are missing out.

    In 2013, Apple offered its European customers discounted pricing rather than gift cards, but neither cards nor discounts will be available this time.

    Source: Apple
     
    #1 RaduTyrsina, Nov 28, 2014
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Discussion in 'Apple iPad News' started by RaduTyrsina, Nov 28, 2014.

    1. Stag
      Stag
      Hi Radu,

      Yes I got the iTunes gift cards, totalling $150 which I was delighted with. I also enjoyed the listening to all the various gurus and have picked up a lot of useful info.
      However now that I have returned home to Ireland I discover that I cannot redeem them, so how am I supposed to do redeem them?
      I think I read somewhere that I have to have a US iTunes account, but is it possible to have both? And if so how do I do it.

      Any help would be appreciated.

      Stag
    2. dhewson777
      dhewson777
      This is actually incorrect. In the US and other markets, Apple have in some previous year's offered discounts rather than the gift cards. Agreed that in more recent years gift cards have prevailed.

      I got caught out quoting your post in another forum, it was rudely pointed out to me that this was inaccurate.

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