A:AnswerNo. They just changed their policy. You can no longer use your rewards points money to buy gift or prepaid third party cards. For example I tried to buy a pre paid Version card and the clerk said you can't use card rewards money towards cards anymore. I've been using this program for years...now they changed it. :(
A:AnsweriTunes cards are for money spent inside the iTunes store, or for apps within your phone. They are not meant for minutes on your phone, that is done through your carrier (i.e. AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, etc).
A:AnswerThe ITunes cards were purchased as a gift and the person that I sent them to were stationed overseas. They were utilizing them for calling. I assumed that they needed just the redemption codes to be able to access.
A:AnswerThey recently changed their policy on gift card purchases. You cannot purchase ANY gift card, digital or physical, using a Best Buy gift card...I went through a bunch of b.s. to finally get an official answer, so don't waste your time. I'm assuming it has to do with scammers and such.
A:AnsweriTunes gift cards only work on purchases from iTunes or the App Store, so you can purchase music, movies, iBooks, are apps with it, but no physical merchandise. Apple gift cards can only be used at the Apple Store. You can use a Best Buy gift card to purchase an iPad at Best Buy.
A:AnswerI never heard of being limited to how many cards I can buy but I have been told they check Id and maybe they could possibly limit you if you were buying with a credit card. Credit card fraud and kind of a cash advance if you are paying with credit.
A:Answer1. Don't send anything to anyone you don't personally know. Scammers use these cards for money.
2. If you do know this person and they have access to a computer or phone you can take a picture of the number and send it to them to use that way.
3. Don't post it on FB as anyone other than the intended person could use the number first making it useless for the intended person.
A:AnswerFirst you need an iTunes Account. You need either one of these iTune gift cards loaded into your account or a credit card on file as your payment method. When buying an App the price will be automatically deducted from you gift card balance first and if more $ are needed your credit card is charged for the balance. If no gift card then purchase is charged to your credit card automatically.
A:AnsweriTunes is only used to buy things from the iTunes Store or Apple store (such as music, ringtones, movies, games, or other applications). Whoever has another Apple product, the video call will be free since it is based on the Apple software. If you need to make a telephone call outside of country you should contact your service provider (Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, etc) or purchase a out of country call card. For example, my grandmother speaks with family from Mexico I go to the liquor store and buy call cards for Mexico which is cheaper than paying out of country calls.
A:AnswerThis is impossible to say, because it depends on what you're planning to use it for. For example, an Apple Music subscription is 9.99/month, so $100 will last you nearly a year (once you figure in taxes, etc) if you use it for nothing else. Cloud storage options are also paid monthly and there are also plenty of opportunities to buy/rent movies, purchase music, in-app purchases for games. It's really nothing so much as like having $100 available to buy a wide variety of products, and it just depends on how much you purchase, how often, and how expensive it is. I have Apple Music, and Cloud Storage, and purchase the occasional in-app content, so for me, $100 would probably last me about four or five months. Your own milage will vary based on your needs or wants.
The good news is that the funds never expire. So as long as you don't spend it all, the money remains in your iTunes account indefinitely.
TL;DR--It depends on how fast you spend it!