If you are low on funds but want to download music from Apple’s iTunes Store, you can get free redeemable iTunes codes. A band playing at a festival can offer people a free iTunes code to give fans a sample of the music, or a company could give iTunes codes to customers as a reward for buying something, such as clothing or a drink. You can also find free redeemable iTunes codes in magazines such as “People” and “Spin.”
Obtain a copy of “People” magazine on the newsstand, via subscription or from your local public library and browse through it for a promotion offering a free iTunes code. The magazine is devoted to providing readers news about popular culture, including music. You can also visit “People” magazine’s website to check for the latest free iTunes code promotion. Verify that the promotion code has not yet expired before you try to redeem it.
You can find free redeemable iTunes promotion codes in “Spin” magazine, a publication for music enthusiasts. Purchase a copy of “Spin” magazine at the newsstand or read through a copy you received via subscription or from the library. The magazine offers free iTunes codes for songs in playlists picked by the editors. Go to “Spin” magazine’s website and look for iTunes codes if you don’t have a copy of the magazine in hand.
Stores sometimes provide free redeemable iTunes codes to customers. For example, Starbucks sells CDs in its stores, and the company offers free iTunes codes to customers. Go to a local Starbucks and ask if they have a current iTunes code that you can redeem. You might have to purchase a drink before the cashier will give you a free code to redeem on iTunes. The clothing store chain Urban Outfitters regularly offers a free iTunes code for a downloadable playlist of songs it wants to promote. Go to the Urban Outfitters website and click the “Music” link at the top of the page to see the latest free code.
If you plan to attend a music festival, go to the festival’s official website and look for a page offering free iTunes codes. Festival promoters sometimes provide iTunes codes so fans can listen to a song from each of the acts. For example, Lollapalooza offeres an iTunes code that enables fans to download a 20-song sampler, and the Vans Warped Tour offeres a code for 10 songs from Warped Tour artists.