From now until October 19, Target is offering 25 per cent off a second iTunes card of the same value (that is, $35 for two $20 cards; $52 for two $30 cards; $87 for two $50 cards). This is somewhat less impressive than the often-seen $30 for two $20 cards deal, but better than nothing if you're planning a post iOS 5 upgrade app splurge. [Target]
Target Has 25% Off A Second iTunes Card
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