Last night I received a X-Mas gift ($10 itunes) from a DP member, but then was curious about his "amazing" prices: "i sell gift card with low rates. gift 10$ = 5$ 20$= 9$ 50$= 22$ 100$= 40$ 200$= 70$" I found this post on eBay possibly explaining the situation... "That $100 iTunes card selling for less than $50 seems tempting, but have you ever stopped and thought about how it can get so cheap? The fact is that US iTunes music store wholesale price is $0.70 per song. Anyone selling an iTunes for less than 70% face value is automatically losing money (especially when you consider eBay and PayPal fees reduce profits by about 10%)... unless they got the card for free of course. True, that some folks get iTunes gift certificates as unwanted gifts and seek to get rid of them on eBay. But is it likely that a seller located outside of the US got 10 of them at the same time as gifts? Probably not. Most likely the cards were purchased from a stolen credit card!" So, as always buyer beware!