Amazon: Free MP3 Song ($1.29 Value)

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Yay! For a limited time, you can head on over here and get any MP3 song priced at $1.29 or less for FREE. All you have to do is go here and “Share & Claim” with your Facebook friends what your favorite party song is. Then your account will automatically be credited – that’s it!

*Upon successful completion of the Share & Claim action, a $1.29 Amazon MP3 credit will be automatically applied to your Amazon account. Promotional credits must be redeemed by 11:59 p.m. PST on November 2, 2012. Amazon MP3 music is available to customers located and with billing addresses in the United States. You must have an account and accept the Amazon MP3 Store Terms of Use and Amazon Cloud Player Terms of Use to redeem your credit. Limit one promotional credit per customer.

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Comments 7

  1. Mika

    Got it! Thank you.

  2. LisaR

    Got it!! Thanks!!

  3. Stacy P.

    Thank you!

  4. Cristy

    Super Easy. Thanks Collin

  5. Angela

    Thanks! Always get my music for free through these promos.

  6. shanshan

    BEWARE that through these $1.29 MP3 promos (or the previous $2 promo with Twitter ), you’re allowing Amazon to access your Facebook. When you click on “Go to App” you’re agreeing to “…Improve your experiences across Amazon websites, devices, & applications by accessing your Facebook account & info
    (Public) can see posts this app makes for you on your Facebook timeline…” What does these mean? Read on…

    Recently I was placing an order of a very private product with Amazon and clicking through the check out. To my shock the last step was a button that says “Share this item” that offers to post the picture of what I just bought and the details, on your Facebook AND Twitter!!! Had I click on it thinking it was part of the “confirm” “place your order” buttons, I would have the whole world known of the purchase no one needs to know about. Then I found out due to these MP3 promos I gave Amazon the right to dig into my social medias, and to post about their findings of ME!!! I’m yet to hear from them how to unlink all these accounts, as their “unlink” button just would not work through the check out process.

  7. David Gurr


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