Free Songs for Your Summer Soundtrack

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Posted on 07/01/2011

Every summer needs a soundtrack. That way no matter when you hear those songs you’ll always be transported back to the summer of 2011. And what better way to build up the perfect playlist on your MP3 player than by scoring some free downloads for your summer soundtrack?


Free Download from Land O’Frost - Land O’Frost is giving away a nice perk to 250,000 people who are willing to answer nine questions. Give them some of your time and they’ll give you a free song download from Universal Music. They’ll email you the download code once you complete the survey.


Free Amazon MP3 Credit - Amazon is giving away a $2 credit for MP3 downloads. Just visit the Amazon redemption page and enter code CLOUDMP3 to score this credit. Use it on any songs of your choice. Keep in mind most songs cost $1.29, $.99 or $.69.


Free Country Music - Download songs from this year’s CMA Music Festival for free by visiting People.com/Free. Artists featured on this free playlist include Reba McEntire, Little Big Town and Ashton Shepherd. You’ll gain access to an iTunes download code good until the end of July.


Starbucks Free 10-Song Summer Mix - Starbucks is offering up ten free songs for customers who order a Frappuccino. While supplies last you’ll get a card with an iTunes download code to give you access to fun summer tunes by artists like Death Cab for Cutie.


Free Music From Urban Outfitters - Urban Outfitters constantly shares free music through their website, urbanoutfitters.com. Every week they offer up five free songs on Music Mondays. Plus they’ve also got a downloadable playlist with at least 20 free tracks. There’s sure to be something there that will forever mark the summer of ’11.


By Alison Storm


FYE coupon - Save 30% on orders of 3 or more used CDs or DVDs with coupon code USED30SUM3. Expiry unknown.


Musician's Friend coupon - Save up to $500 on your order with coupon code RED11 through 07/04/2011.

* Hot deals expire quickly. This deal may no longer be valid.

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