Yesterday's Big W online deal had a lot of strings attached, but the latest in-store deal from Woolworths, which runs until the 22nd, offers a more straightforward 20% off all cards (including the higher value versions). The familiar $30 for two $20 cards is a higher percentage saving (25%), but that's not on offer anywhere right now this is still an OK deal. [via iTunes On Sale]
Woolworths Has 20% Off iTunes Cards
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