$100 credit = more iTunes music

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snowcrash

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Jul 7, 2007
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Nice, now it's either get the Apple Bluetooth Headset or the $100 iTunes music, hmmmmm....what should I do?
If your gonna get a BT headset get the Jawbone not the Apple one. Read reviews on the Apple one vs the Jawbone one.
 

420greg

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Customers may not redeem their store credits: (1) at any iTunes Store in the United States or elsewhere, (2) Apple Store locations outside the United States; (3) at Apple resellers; (4) for cash; (5) to purchase Apple Gift Cards, or,iTunes Store Gift Certificates, to give iTunes Store content as gifts, or to create iTunes Store allowances; or (6) as payments on Apple accounts.

I hope it goes through and you don't get the 'there is a problem with your order' email.

The terms and conditions say they can not be used for gift cards.
 

kashbo25

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Customers may not redeem their store credits: (1) at any iTunes Store in the United States or elsewhere, (2) Apple Store locations outside the United States; (3) at Apple resellers; (4) for cash; (5) to purchase Apple Gift Cards, or,iTunes Store Gift Certificates, to give iTunes Store content as gifts, or to create iTunes Store allowances; or (6) as payments on Apple accounts.

I hope it goes through and you don't get the 'there is a problem with your order' email.

The terms and conditions say they can not be used for gift cards.
Thats gay man Im going right now to the Apple store
 

Bluesy1

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Customers may not redeem their store credits: (1) at any iTunes Store in the United States or elsewhere, (2) Apple Store locations outside the United States; (3) at Apple resellers; (4) for cash; (5) to purchase Apple Gift Cards, or,iTunes Store Gift Certificates, to give iTunes Store content as gifts, or to create iTunes Store allowances; or (6) as payments on Apple accounts.

I hope it goes through and you don't get the 'there is a problem with your order' email.

The terms and conditions say they can not be used for gift cards.
You have to read carefuly: I purchased Apple iTunes gift CARDS, not Apple Gift cards or Apple iTunes Store Gift certificates (which are electronic ones you send).