Week’s best Apple deals: $100 iTunes gift card for $85 and more


Buying an iTunes gift card for 15 percent off is like putting money in the bank.
Snagging an iTunes gift card for 15 percent off is like putting money in the bank.
Photos: Apple, Nomad

After last week’s iPhone-heavy Apple deals roundup, we’re focused this time on a hot mix of hardware, accessories and a discounted iTunes gift card.

$100 iTunes gift card for $85

We might see $100 of iTunes credit for $79 around Black Friday, but this iTunes gift card is darn close to that seasonal deal. And it’s the lowest price we could find right now by $9 to boot.

Refurb Series 2 stainless steel Apple Watch for $469

Don’t be some sucker who can’t safely drop their Apple Watch in the toilet. (Why do you take your watch off in the bathroom anyway?) Get this refurb 38mm stainless steel Apple Watch Series 2, with sport band in white or black, and you get the water-resistant features not found in older models, plus a more powerful processor, brighter display and watchOS 3. Not to mention it comes direct from Apple, so you’ll still be covered by a one-year manufacturer warranty.

iPad mini 2 32GB with Retina display for $215

Best Buy via eBay offers the iPad mini 2 32GB Wi-Fi tablet with Retina display in space gray or silver for $214.99 with free shipping. That’s the lowest total price we could find now by $5, although most merchants charge $269 — the 8-inch tablet’s list price.

Nomad Apple Watch and iPhone accessories: 75% off

Want sleek Apple design without the Apple prices? Check out these futuristic accessories from Nomad, as the company cuts 75 percent off a selection of its Apple Watch and iPhone accessories via coupon code “SAVE75.” Shipping adds $4, but orders of $50 or more qualify for free shipping.


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