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Best Buy trims prices on iTunes gift cards

The gift cards are selling for 15 percent off the regular price.

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Holiday shoppers looking for iTunes gift cards can save a bit of change via Best Buy.

The retail outlet is offering 15 percent off the full cost of cards ranging in price from $15 to $100. So a $15 card will cost you $12.75, a $25 card $21.25, a $50 card $42.50, and a $100 card $85. A 3-pack of $10 iTunes gift cards will run you $25.50.

Beyond opting for an iTunes card, you can choose an App Store card or a iBookstore card, giving you the full gamut of Apple's offerings for iOS users. All the cards are available in Best Buy's brick-and-mortar outlets. An option to purchase them online is also listed, however, the store's Web site shows all the e-cards as sold out at this point.

Best Buy's site doesn't indicate how long the sale will last or whether the online stock will be replenished. CNET contacted the company for comment and will update the story if we receive any details.