Time To Use Those iTunes Gift Cards

June 7, 2019

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Earlier this week we learned the fate of iTunes as it was announced that after nearly 20 years, Apple would be retiring the platform.  So what does this mean for all the unused iTunes gift cards?  Well, the iTunes store isn’t going anywhere (for now), so you can still redeem any iTunes card and add credit to your account within the store to buy movies, TV shows, books or games. But you can also use the cards to pay for some subscription-based services on a monthly basis, like accounts on Hulu, Tidal, and Netflix. If you’re paying for an iCloud storage account, you can use an iTunes gift card to fund your existing payment, too. Just redeem the card to the iTunes store account that’s connected to your Apple ID; it should deduct automatically. Although you should be able to use iTunes gift cards after the demise of iTunes but why let free money sit on a card? If you forgot how to redeem them, go to the iTunes Store app on your phone, scroll to the bottom of the page, and click “Redeem.” If you aren’t already signed in, this should prompt you to sign in to your existing Apple ID. From here, you can redeem the card and buy whatever your heart desires.

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SOURCE: Lifehacker

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