Are Gift cards cross-countrys?

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  1. badbuddah

    badbuddah New Member

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    Hi, i found an album that i want badly... but it's on yhe japanese itunes store. I can't buy it with my account. Does anyone knows if it may work with a gift card?
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    msudude1885@aim.com New Member

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    It will work with frostwire
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    coldani New Member

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    Hah, nice response MSUdude. But if you buy a gift card, the card will be attached to your account, and you will still not be able to buy the album. If I were you, I'd download it from some other website (legally), such as Rhapsody or Napster if it is available there. If not, Amazon.com might be your best bet.
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    badbuddah New Member

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    Ok, i'll try one of theses... Thanks a lot.
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    iTouch532 Well-Known Member

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    just make a japanese account, n tehre you go.
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    badbuddah New Member

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    Mmmmm... That is so obvious i don't know how i didn't think of that...
    Thanks a lot.
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    Problem is, your iTunes cards won't work with a Japanese account.
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    You could just... go to japan and buy the album? aha.

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