Yesterday I purchased via buy-it-now on ebay an iTunes gift card worth $100 for $50. In addition, with the Live search cashback program I'm going to get 30% back, so in the end it will cost me $35 for $100 credit (and yes, the code worked fine). Now, Microsoft's desperate live cashback program I can totally understand: they have deep pockets and want to catch up to Google and so are handing out cash, but how in the world does someone on ebay sell a $100 iTunes gift card for $50 and make a profit? Somebody tell me that this is just a matter of exchange rates (the seller was in another country) working out to my benefit. Please!