Apple Apple: Get a 10% Bonus When You Add Funds to Your Apple ID Until July 10 Get a 10% Bonus When You Add Funds to Apple ID!

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Treat yourself to more music, movies and in-app purchases, because you'll get a 10% bonus when you add funds to your Apple ID!

Simply add any amount between $1.00 and $200.00 to your Apple ID and the 10% bonus will be automatically added after checkout -- for instance, you'll get a $0.10 bonus when you add $1.00, $5.00 bonus when you add $50.00, $20.00 bonus when you add $200.00, etc. All funds are tied to your account and can be used for any purchase through the App Store or iTunes, including Apple Music subscriptions and iCloud storage.

Apple ID funds can be added with an iOS device or through iTunes on macOS and PC -- click here to view a step-by-step guide on how to add funds on each platform.

This offer is available until July 10, with a limit of one bonus per Apple ID.

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    • Too bad can’t be applied to hardware purchases
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    • isn't it better to just get iTunes store gift cards at 15% off at Costco?
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    • Thanks! So will Apple use my Apple ID funds first before charging my CC for Apple Music, iCloud, etc?
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    • warpdrive wrote: isn't it better to just get iTunes store gift cards at 15% off at Costco?
      Yes and that's what I normally do but this is good for people who don't have a membership or doesn't have anyone to go on their behalf.
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    • Kafer wrote: Thanks! So will Apple use my Apple ID funds first before charging my CC for Apple Music, iCloud, etc?
      Correct.
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    • warpdrive wrote: isn't it better to just get iTunes store gift cards at 15% off at Costco?
      I've been paying for icloud for a couple years and this never occured to me.... d'oh!!!
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    • malaujai wrote: I've been paying for icloud for a couple years and this never occured to me.... d'oh!!!
      Yup, I load up my iTunes with the Costco Apple gift cards at the beginning of the year and pay for iCloud and sometimes Apple Music (on and off) for the whole year
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    • For iTunes Canada, Costco is better deal when they go on sale.

      For the USA iTunes store, 10% is a bit better than Costco USA's recent offerings.
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    • Thank you for posting this. I missed out on the recent Costco offer and I have quite a few subscriptions through Apple so this helps
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    • Not bad for those that can't get on the Costco 15% discount.

      Sad to see the days of the 20% discount over.
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    • warpdrive wrote: Yup, I load up my iTunes with the Costco Apple gift cards at the beginning of the year and pay for iCloud and sometimes Apple Music (on and off) for the whole year
      went to costco this morning and they only had itunes $100 cards for $95... is the 15% off at costco a sale price?
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    • Does it work for Apple care?
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    • malaujai wrote: went to costco this morning and they only had itunes $100 cards for $95... is the 15% off at costco a sale price?
      Think so. That deal is for people who can wait or has a time machine to go back in time. This is for people who wants 10% now.
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    • Sanforized wrote: Correct.
      What about subscriptions like Tile Premium membership or other types of Subscriptions charged through itunes..
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    • For those who do not use iTunes regularly, Apple has special $0.99 movie rentals every week.

      Sometimes there's great movies that are not available to stream on Netflix/Hulu/Amazon.

      In the last couple of months, I watched Joker and Parasite for $0.99 with 15% off. It's definitely worth checking out once in a while - even for iTunes haters.
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    • mistytalon wrote: Not bad for those that can't get on the Costco 15% discount.

      Sad to see the days of the 20% discount over.
      Oh man, I wasted so much money on the 20% discounts... Stupid IAP games... So glad I'm mostly beyond that phase now, but definitely miss those 20% off deals!
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    • Worth mentioning that $200/220 = 9% off. Whereas $168/200 = 16% off. Most people are comparing 10%/15%, but it’s 2% further apart.

      Still beats no discount or Costco’s normal discount.
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