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Buying Itunes Gift Card For Someone In Another Country ##HOT##


If you see a message that says the code must be redeemed in another storefront, the card was probably purchased in another country or region. You can't redeem Apple Gift Cards or App Store & iTunes Gift Cards outside of the country or region of purchase. For example, if you bought an App Store & iTunes Gift Card in France, you can't redeem it in the App Store in the United States.




buying itunes gift card for someone in another country



Gifting in another country - - only in certain other countries and only the Apple Store, not the iTunes Store. "Note: When purchasing an iTunes Gift, a valid credit card must be on file; you can't purchase an iTunes Gift with store credit. You can't redeem purchased gifts outside of the country of purchase. For example, an iTunes Gift purchased in France can't be redeemed in an iTunes Store outside of France."


Sorry, not understanding your question? A gift card is valid in the country that the card is purchased in. iTunes stores for each country are different. That's why you can't just change countries at a whim to get music that is available, say, in Mexico, but not here. Gift Cards are the same way. They can only be purchased in country for the store they were purchased in.


Thanks, Gail & Limnos for your replies. I do understand the "as is" status, but still wondering why not possible. I can understand not being able to redeem other country/store cards in another country/store, but it seems more like an artificial boundary to have this limitation on sending gift cards as well.


It would seem very feasible to be able to purchase a gift card with a pre-selected redemption location. I can't see why not beyond the need for the various stores to "talk to one another" and deliver a seamless transaction for the user.


Michiel, unfortunately, gift cards and gift certificates are redeemable only on the iTunes Store for the country for which they were purchased. International gift exchanges are not allowed.


Netflix gift cards are not currently sold in your country. If you purchased a Netflix gift card in a different country, you can use it as long as you pay for Netflix in the same currency as the gift card.


One of the greatest things about iTunes is the ease in which you can change your region to purchase items from other countries! You do not need a credit card from another country to do this and this can be easily done in the iTunes settings and with iTunes cards from another country. Great for overseas customers or for someone who just wants to find something different!


Ezzocard is another prepaid card that can also be used as an international virtual gift card. An EzzoCard can be paid for anonymously via cryptocurrency or platforms like Webmoney (with no verification checks).


Important info: Currently, gift cards can only be purchased for someone within the same country or region as you, and the recipient must have a valid payment method within that country.


While finding a going away gift for a friend moving to another country can be tough, and I definitely cover that in this list, I wanted to come up with some extra ideas on what you can get your friends and family who are living overseas already, or who are about to become long-term expats!


Because it is impossible to buy something from the iTunes Store in another country you may be wondering if it is possible to send someone a gift from the UK store, or alternatively, if you could ask a friend in another country to send you a gift from their store.


However, another very popular option is the gift card (or voucher). The voucher is simply a package of credit worth a certain amount of euros, dollars or British pounds. For example, a voucher can be worth 20 USD of Appstore credit or 12 months of Apple Music subscription.


112 Code of Federal Regulations, Section 205.20. 2California Civil Code Sections 1749.45-1749.6. 3California Civil Code Section 1749.5(a). 4California Civil Code Section 1749.5(b). 5California Civil Code Section 1749.51. 6California Civil Code Section 1749.45(a). 7California Civil Code Section 1749.45(a). 8California Civil Code Section 1749.45(b). California Business and Professions Code Section 17538.9 permits certain fees and practices with respect to prepaid calling cards. This exception was modified effective January 1, 2005, to clarify that a redemption date was not another name for an expiration date. (Stats. 2004 ch 319 (AB656) [Assembly Floor analysis August 11, 2004].) 9One argument has been made that sellers in a single mall are actually "affiliated" under the law because they have each agreed to honor the cards. This argument has not been tested, and it is doubtful that it would be successful. In addition, many "multiple seller" cards are issued by banks, usable similar to pre-paid debit cards. A seller of these unaffiliated, multiple seller cards may take the position that such cards without an expiration date are exempt from the definition of "gift certificate" under Civil Code section 1749.45(a), and therefore service fees or dormancy fees can be imposed and do not have to be disclosed. This argument has not been tested to our knowledge. While such an argument could be made on the face of Civil Code section 1749.45(a), such fees could in fact use up the value of the card, violating the spirit of the law. Buyers should be aware when purchasing "unaffiliated, multiple seller" cards that not all questions about the terms of these cards have been answered by the Legislature or the courts. 10California Civil Code Sections 1749.5(a)(1),(f). 11California Civil Code Section 1749.5(d). 12While the term "capital letters" is found in the statute, we deduce that this requirement would not apply if the expiration date listed consists of only numbers. 13California Civil Code Section 1749.5(d)(1). 14California Civil Code Section 1749.5(d)(2). 15California Civil Code Section 1749.5(d)(3); 83 Ops. Cal. Atty. Gen. 243 (2000). The Attorney General's Opinion concluded that a gift certificate for a meal sold by a restaurant may not contain an expiration date. In our opinion, the 2008 amendment to this section clarified and affirmed the Attorney General's position by limiting the exemption to "perishable food products," not just "food." 16California Civil Code Section 1749.5(a)(2). 17California Civil Code Section 1749.5(e). These rules have no effect on service fees imposed before January 1, 2004. (Statutes 2003, chapter 116, Section 4 (AB 1092).) Moreover, they would have no effect if a seller of a card usable with unaffiliated, multiple sellers successfully take the position that these prohibitions do not apply to the card because it does not contain an expiration date, and therefore is exempt from the definition of gift certificate under section 1749.45(a). 18California Civil Code Section 1749.5(b)(1). 19California Legislative Counsel, Opinion No. 1488 (February 11, 1997) Gift Certificates; see also California Civil Code Section 1749.5(b)(1), regarding gift certificates sold after January 1, 1997. 20California Civil Code Section 1749.5(c). Stats 2004 ch 319 (AB656) closed a "loophole" by allowing an expiration date to be called a redemption date. See Assembly Floor analysis dated August 11, 2004. 21California Civil Code section 1749.5(b)(2). Statutes 2007, chapter 640 (SB 250). 22California Civil Code section 1749.5(b). For the same reasons asserted in the Legislative Counsel opinion referenced in endnote 16, in our opinion, whether the value of the gift certificate is redeemed in cash or by check would be dependant upon the policy of the seller. In our opinion, any seller that accepts the card should be able to redeem the unspent portion. 23California Civil Code Section 1749.5(f). 24California Legislative Counsel, Opinion No. 1488 (February 11, 1997) Gift Certificates. 25California Civil Code Section 1749.6(b) (Statutes 2002, chapter 997 (AB 2473)). 26California Code of Civil Procedure Sections 1520-1520.5. 27For example, a supermarket such as Safeway may sell Borders gift cards usable only for merchandise at Borders stores. While those cards could not contain any expiration date or fees, there may be a question about where any unspent portion can be redeemed. 28California Civil Code Section 1749.45(a).


Brazil gift cards work in the same way as those in your home country, the only difference is that they are used in Brazil by Brazilians. They can be used in physical stores or online stores to redeem gift items, they can be used as an alternative to gift items.


It is no surprise that the best-selling gift cards at Gift Card Granny are Visa and Mastercard prepaid cards. These prepaid cards are amazing ways to send a gift card to someone at any occasion. These cards are usable just about anywhere and let the recipient decide exactly where they want to use it. This is a great way to send a gift knowing it will land, perfect for people who you do not know all that well.


A CVS gift card is great for so many purchases. Sometimes you need some snacks and drinks for a spur-the-moment party, and the only store open is your 24/7 CVS. With locations all over the country, CVS is a great store for convenient shopping for a wide variety of products, and having a CVS gift card on hand is great for any circumstance when you want some miscellaneous items.


The scammer next calls the customer service numbers on these cards and enters the copied gift card numbers. This will tell the scammer if someone has purchased and activated the gift card and how much of a balance is left on the card. The scammer can then use the gift card number to make online purchases, draining the balance of a card you bought. 041b061a72


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