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We have some free money for you again today. Along with a host of our usual gift card deals below, PayPal’s official eBay Store is currently offering an additional $5 off when you spend more than $50 on a gift card. For example, this $200 Lowe’s card will drop to $180 in the cart. The same thing applies for cards we rarely see deals on like the Nintendo e-Shop, Steam, Google Play, the PlayStation Store and many more. Apple also dropped the price of the one year Apple Music subscription over the weekend (full details here), and it appears the $5 promo is working on that as well.

You can browse the entire list of eligible gift cards right here, just remember the extra $5 off only applies on cards worth $50 or more.

Down below we have the rest of today’s free money deals courtesy of both PayPal and SVM gift cards. You’ll receive free email delivery from PayPal and free shipping from SVM. Cards listed by PayPal require a valid US PayPal account for purchase. Here are our top picks:

More details on PayPal:

To purchase a gift card (“Digital Gift”) from the PayPal Digital Gifts store (“Store”) you must have a valid U.S. PayPal account. Use of this website and the Store constitutes acceptance of the PayPal User Agreement, the PayPal Privacy Policy and any other legal agreements that apply to you as a PayPal account holder.

PayPal reserves the right to delay or decline purchases for any reason. Limits may apply to the amount and number of Digital Gifts you can buy. Electronic delivery only.

PayPal is not responsible for any loss or damage resulting from lost or stolen Digital Gifts or use without permission. PayPal makes no warranties, express or implied, with respect to the Digital Gifts and disclaims any warranty to the fullest extent available. No returns or refunds accepted.

You may only send Digital Gifts using this Store to someone in the U.S. For a dispute with any Digital Gift retailer, you release PayPal (and its affiliates and subsidiaries, officers, directors, employees and agents) from any and all claims connected with such dispute.


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