Down here in the sunny south pacific we tend to pay a 'bottom of the world' premium on just about everything, including digital goods like mobile apps, software subscriptions, music and movies. We also often miss out on a lot of content that is geo-restricted, or is released later.
US iTunes Cards solves these issues by giving Australian customers access the US iTunes store to buy apps, music & movies at a reduced cost and earlier access than the Australian iTunes store.
To get started just buy one of our US iTunes gift cards and follow our simple guide to setting up a US iTunes account that you can use to start enjoying the latest content and apps offered in the US iTunes store.
Once your account is credited you can use your funds to pay for all sorts:
- Apps from the app store
- Music, Movies and TV shows from iTunes
- In-app subscriptions (HBO, Hulu, Netflix, etc)
Read our How to Redeem an iTunes Gift Card guide for information on redeeming your code.
There are many good reasons to access content directly from the US.
HBO Now brings the best HBO shows and movies via a streaming service that is normally not available outside of the US.
- Costs $15 USD per month
- Access to Game of Thrones, Veep, The Night Of, Silicon Valley, Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, VICE, True Detective, Curb Your Enthusiasm, plus tons more TV shows and Movies.
- No lock-in contracts
- Immediate access to new shows
Read our How to sign up and access HBO Now in Australia guide for more information.
Hulu is a streaming service that provides both live TV and on-demand access to a huge variety of TV shows and Movies. It is normally only available in the US.
Read our How to sign up and access Hulu in Australia guide for more information.
American Netflix content:
The US has the best selection of Netflix content, hands down. The good news is your existing Netflix account from any region will work to access US Netflix content.
Read our How to access US Netflix content in Australia guide for more information.