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Send iTunes Gift Certificates via USPS Mail

MacMinute reports one of its readers has discovered that you can now send iTunes Gift Certificates purchased from the online Apple Store via United States Postal Service. Previously you could only send gift certificates to someone via email. Gift certificates are available from $10 to $200 to purchase and download music from the iTunes Music Store.

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Comments

1

This headline is very misleading. I thought it meant you could send gift certificates through Apple’s Mail program. Please change it to Snail Mail so others won’t be confused like me.

....lol

Posted by kainjow on November 22, 2003 at 10:43 PM (CST)

2

What country are you from kainjow? Do you not know what USPS stands for?? How is that confusing?

Posted by 5er on November 23, 2003 at 11:05 AM (CST)

3

Um actually it should be other way around - where are YOU from where you can’t tell a joke by the use of “lol”? :-)

Posted by kainjow on November 23, 2003 at 11:36 AM (CST)

4

Could someone answer please,
Does anyone know if you have to pay postage ($.37). If you do wouldn’t it just easier to do it by email?? Well Just wondering

Posted by Kayle on November 23, 2003 at 11:45 AM (CST)

5

But if you send it over normal mail than it could be used as a physical gift to someone, instead of it just being sent to them electronically.

Posted by Jon in Seattle, WA on November 23, 2003 at 6:58 PM (CST)

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