Amazon Cuts Song Prices To Celebrate

Posted: Apr 6 2009, 7:08am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:44pm CDT , in Home Entertainment


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Amazon is one of the combatants in the war for the money people spend on digital music. Amazon is having a celebration to mark the five millionth song added to its library.

The download service has added 10,000 tracks per day since the service launched in December 2008. The top 100 selling MP3s on the service will sell for 29p each including Poker Face and Love Etc.

The service has been selling full albums for £3 and singles for 59p since it launched, making the savings for some tracks 30p right now. If you are missing any of the top 100 tracks from your library, this may be the time to buy.

Via T3

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