iTunes gift certificates
The US iTunes gift certificates
open the door to US iTunes store with millions of exclusive content. They can be bought in local stores or conveniently online through our service iTunes gift certificates email
delivery. We have customers from South Africa to Saudi Arabia, Germany, Japan and many other countries that successfully redeem and use these iTunes gift certificates
to buy movies, apps, TV shows and everything in USA iTunes store. You can buy other denominations of the iTunes gift cards
Buying digital good such as iTunes gift certificates
online is risky. The key points are checking the reputation of the sellers and using a secure payment method such as Paypal. By using Paypal, your credit card or banking information does not be exposed to the seller and you have the Paypal protection as well. YES! We accept Paypal and have been in the business long enough with lots of feedbacks and references. You can check out our Facebook page
To redeem US iTunes gift certificates, the first step is to install iTunes on your computer. Make sure you choose the country for your iTunes account is USA (the flag at the bottom right). Then sign in and click on the Redeem link on the top right inside the iTunes application. You will be asked to enter your iTunes gift certificate code. If the code is valid, you will see the iTunes credits right away in your iTunes account. If not, please double check to make sure you do not have any white space at the end of the iTunes certificate code.
After successfully redeeming your iTunes gift certificates, you now can buy anything in the USA iTunes store including apps for your iPhone, iPad, latest movies, songs, albums, podcast, TV shows and even books. Then the purchased content will be downloaded to your device (your PC or your iOS devices for example) right away. These iTunes gift certificates will NEVER be expired. So you can keep the iTunes credits in your account as long as you want.
To check whether the iTunes gift certificate code is from a physical card or a digital card, simply checking the first two characters. If they are XX, it is from a physical card which is more reliable since the sellers will have to buy them in a store. Otherwise, if they are XM, the iTunes gift certificate may be purchased by stolen credit cards and resold to you. Your iTunes account may be blocked if you redeem an unauthorized iTunes gift certificate.