From tomorrow until October 13, Target is offering a second iTunes card for half price. That equates to the familiar two $20 for $30 deal, two $30 cards for $45, or a pair of $50 cards for $75. Thanks Hugh! [Target]
Target Selling Two iTunes Cards For The Price Of 1.5
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