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Beats Music gift card sale lowers 1-year subscription to $75

News by Andrew Kameka on Friday June 13, 2014.

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Beats Music dropped its price to just $99 for an annual membership, making it more affordable to listen to the premium subscription service. Now Target is making it even cheaper thanks to a price drop. Target is currently selling Beats Music Gift cards for 25 percent off, which lowers the cost of a $50 gift card to $37.50. Therefore, someone can spend $75 in cash and get $100 worth of Beats Music credit, which is exactly how much is needed for an annual subscription.

The deal is available online at Target.com. Beats currently remains a US exclusive, so customers outside of the United States won't be able to take advantage of the deal. However, this can be a way to save some money when purchasing gift cards for someone else. Target also dropped the price of the $25 gift card to $18.75.

Target's promotion comes at an opportune time. Beats recently updated its Android app to support saving files to an SD card, view in Landscape, and improved the recommendations and listening features.

via: 9to5 Mac

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