Where there's a will, there is a way. Let's say that you love playing Super Mario Run. But as you know, only a small part of the title is free and the price for access to the remaining parts of the game is $9.99. Suppose for one reason or another, you don't want to lay out that $9.99. It could be that the purchase takes you out of your budget, or perhaps you refuse to pay as a matter of principle. Is there a way around paying for the whole game?
The answer is actually "no." But suppose we told you how to obtain a $10 iTunes gift cards for the low, low price of $0. There is an app available for iOS and Android that is called Cash for Apps. With this app, you receive a certain number of points for simply downloading an app on your mobile device. Accumulate enough points, and you can receive a $10 iTunes card for free. And you can use that card toward the purchase of Super Mario Run.
To give you an example about how this works, obtaining a $10 iTunes gift card requires 3000 points. Downloading Twitter and Spotify brings in 284 points each. Once you get to 3000 points, you receive a code that you have ten days to redeem. First step is to install Cash for Apps, which you can do by clicking on the sourcelink.
Install apps on your phone, collect enough points for a free $10 iTunes gift card which can be used toward Super Mario Run