Cheaper iTunes songs?

Mac-Addict

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I just entered a Duracel song code and I got this:

Are there songs priced at 59p? Could this be a leak?
 

Cromulent

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Oct 2, 2006
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Nice find. Maybe that rumour that Apple was going to start its own record label are going to come true and they are releasing their music at a cheaper price than the other music on iTunes.

Saying that the more likely option is that it is just a mistake.
 

bartelby

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Saying that the more likely option is that it is just a mistake.
It's an odd mistake to make. Adding "or £0.59" to the end of a sentence.
If it had been "songs priced at £0.99 or £0.59." then I'd say it was a mistake.
 

Mac-Addict

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It's an odd mistake to make. Adding "or £0.59" to the end of a sentence.
If it had been "songs priced at £0.99 or £0.59." then I'd say it was a mistake.
Thats exactly what I was thinking, lets hope it was a slip up and Apple are coming out with cheaper songs.
 

mac 2005

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I recently got a code for a free iTMS song after buying a ticket from TicketMaster. I promptly lost it before I could redeem it, but I was surprised to see something approaching actual value from TicketMaster. :eek: