From tomorrow until March 14, Big W has a pair of $100 iTunes cards for $150 (25 per cent off) or a pair of $50 cards for $80 (20 per cent off). At the same time, Target has a "buy one, get one for 50 per cent off" deal for $20, $30 and $50 cards, which works out at 25 per cent off. Given the lower entry price and Big W's bad reputation for activation, Target looks the better bet. [Big W and Target via OzBargain]
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