Finding deals on iTunes gift cards typically isn't that difficult these days, but it usually involves jumping through at least a few small hoops. Things like buying through eBay, being a Costco member, and other stuff which are ever-so-slightly more work than just hitting "Buy Now" on Amazon and getting a gift card worth $100. That's the case with today's deal of a $100 iTunes gift card for $85. Mash the link, hit buy, add the code that gets sent to you to your iTunes account, and you just saved $15 on apps and games.

We mention it every week, but buying stuff on Amazon through our links goes a long way to supporting the site. Depending on the item, we get varying levels of commission which Amazon would just keep otherwise. Hilariously enough, in this particular instance we get 0% on all gift card purchases, but, eh, it's the thought that counts. If you do a lot of shopping through Amazon, we'd love it if you'd remember to visit http://toucharcade.com/amazon first and click through our link so we get credit.

We've had some pretty absurdly great weeks full of premium game releases, so you could probably blow through this $100 pretty quick- Why not save some cash easily in the process?

  • gquiller

    First of all, thanks for posting ways that we can support TA.

    I might be mistaken, but it appears to be in mail only. Did I miss something? Apologies either way...

    • Brian E

      Yeah, physical card... but if you're a Prime member you'll get it in 2 days. Otherwise I think it's free shipping in their regular 3-5 day window?

  • korossyl

    Yah, a 15% discount on a $100 purchase is good business sense, but a 7% commission on app referrals needs to be throttled, post-haste!

  • Heffa

    Great find! Can this be used for iCloud and Apple Music subscriptions too

  • Gurney Halleck

    Thanks for the heads up! Bought ^_^*

  • Jinxtah

    Does not ship to Denmark, buuuh. Besides, it would cost more than you'd save to ship it probably. Shame it's not digital.

    • Nightxx

      Amazon never sells third party digital gift cards and would never allow it, its against their policy.

      • Jinxtah

        That doesnt make it less of a shame.