Target is offering a FREE $10 Target Gift Card with the purchase of a $100 Apple Gift Card for a limited time. The gift card is normally emailed to you within 4 hours of purchase. This deal matches the offer from Target from a few weeks ago but is not as good as their offer on Black Friday but if you need an Apple Gift card, this is still a solid deal.
Target is offering a FREE $10 Target Gift Card with the purchase of a $100 Apple Gift Card for a limited time. The gift card is normally emailed to you within 4 hours of purchase. This deal is not as good as their offer on Black Friday but if you need an Apple Gift card, this is still a solid deal.
Best Buy is offering a FREE $10 Best Buy Gift Card with every purchase of a $100 Apple Gift Card for a limited time. It can be either a physical or digital Apple gift card. There is a limit of 2 for both but they all have to be purchased all in separate transactions to get the Free $10 Best Buy gift card. Best Buy is also including 4 months trial of Apple News+ and Apple Music for new subscribers for FREE for a limited time.
Apple gift cards can be used to make purchases in any US Apple store, Apple.com, iOS App Store, Apple Books, Apple Music, Apple News, tvOS Store, Apple TV+, Apple News, and macOS App Store.
Apple News+ is your own personal newsstand, with full access to hundreds of magazines and leading newspapers.
Apple Music is the ultimate streaming experience—easily find your favorite artists, discover new music, listen to curated playlists, and play it across all your devices.
The continuing misadventures of neurotic New York City stand-up comedian Jerry Seinfeld and his equally neurotic New York City friends. Jerry Seinfeld stars in this television comedy series as himself, a comedian. The premise of this sitcom is Jerry and his friends going through everyday life, discussing various quirky situations, to which we can all relate The Seinfeld Series ran from 1989-1998 and was created by Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld.
Many digital media stores and streaming services are offering a selection of movies that highlight racial injustices to watch for FREE (regularly $3.99-$5.99 each to rent) for a limited time. The Criterion Collection is also offering many movies that focus on Black Lives available to watch for FREE (normally behind a paywall, $10.99/month) for a limited time.
- Just Mercy (HDX)
- Ali (HDX)
- Selma (HDX)
- Brian Banks (HDX)
- Antwone Fisher (HDX)
- The Secret Life of Bees (HDX)
- 13th (HD)
This iconic sitcom debuted in the mid-’90s and earned more than 60 Emmy nominations on its way to becoming a cultural cornerstore — with coworkers everywhere recapping episodes around watercoolers and real-life friends comparing their relationships to those portrayed by the quirky yet relatable characters. The success of the New York-based series attracted cameos by superstars ranging from Julia Roberts to Ralph Lauren. It includes all 236 original broadcast episodes.
Paypal is also offering 10% off iTunes eGift Cards for a limited time. iTunes Gift Cards can be redeemed in the iTunes, iBooks, and App Store for music, movies, TV shows, eBooks, audiobooks, apps, games and more.
- $50 iTunes e-Gift Card for $42.50
- $50 Chipotle e-Gift Card for $42.50
- $50 Panera e-Gift Card for $40
- $50 Fandango e-Gift Card for $40
- $100 Lowe’s e-Gift Card for $90
- $50 Gap e-Gift Card for $40
- $50 Ulta e-Gift Card for $42.50
- $50 Petco e-Gift Card for $40
- $50 L.L. Bean e-Gift Card for $40
- $50 Steak n’ Shake e-Gift Card for $40
- $25 Krispy Kreme e-Gift Card for $20
- $50 Jiffy Lube e-Gift Card for $40
- $50 Lucille’s Smokehouse e-Gift Card for $40
- $50 T.G.I. Friday’s e-Gift Card for $40
- $50 Yankee Candle e-Gift Card for $40
- $50 Shoney’s e-Gift Card for $40
- $50 Bow Tie Cinemas e-Gift Card for $40
- $50 Brinker e-Gift Card for $40
- $50 Bob Evans e-Gift Card for $40
- $50 Children’s Place e-Gift Cards for $40
Amazon is offering The Upside as a digital HD movie rental for 99-cents (regularly $5.99) for a limited time. Apple also has it in iTunes as a digital HD movie rental for the same price for a limited time. For rentals, you have 30 days to watch but once you start, you have 48 hours to finish.
Philip is a disabled white billionaire, who feels that life is not worth living. To help him in his day to day routine, he hires Del, an African American parolee, trying to reconnect with his estranged wife. What begins as a professional relationship develops into a friendship as Del shows his grouchy charge that life is worth living.