Posts Tagged ‘Amazon


Ho Ho Ho

I’m not talking about your Friday night activities (this time). I’m talking about the Christmas season, which was thrust upon us 2 months ago by retail stores but is finally within reach.

Here’s a little (free) audible foreplay to help you get in the mood:

Check out the 25 days of free Christmas Music on Amazon here. You’ll want to bookmark this page, as they will be offering a new freebie song every day.

And, you can get your free iTunes song download of the week here. (Hooooootie does Christmas.)
Also, Amazon has 100 Mp3 entire albums marked down to just $5 for the month of December. Check those out here.

Thanks for the reminder, AbsolutePunk

Don’t forget that there’s only a little over 24 hours left to get $3 toward any MP3 download from Amazon.

I picked up the new Weezer, Raditude! I’m jammin to it as we speak. Helluva $2 deal, ya’ll.

When I used the promo code, I got a NEW 1-use promo code in my email towards a online video purchase. It says:

As someone who recently purchased $5 or more in the MP3 store, you have automatically qualified for $3 of credit on select TV content on Amazon Video On Demand. To use your credit please write down or copy the promotional code above and visit

Please Note: This offer is only valid on select TV shows. To browse eligible content go to


$3 in Free Music at Amazon

Amazon is offering $3 in FREE MP3s. Most songs are just $0.99 each so you could get 3 FREE songs.

Here’s how:

  • Register for an Account or login if you already have one.
  • Visit this page and enter the code MP34FREE.
  • Browse for music at the Amazon MP3 Store, click BUY button. The dollar amount for the code will automatically be applied to your purchase.
  • Then follow the instructions to enjoy your music on almost every music player

Amazon has had some pretty sick gold box deals lately and their Black Friday (all week) deals are lookin pretty sweet too.


The elves have finally turned on Santa and are offering deals under the table

I guess that’s what Meijer would have us think. I recently changed my subscription settings on, and now I’m getting emails like this one:

Like any wise shopper, I suggest comparing online prices. The prices they’re posting seem somewhat comparable to what has these same items priced at, so obviously manufacturers are offering deals.

I heard on NPR the other day that this is a new retail strategy – retails are worried about this Xmas season so they’re offering deals sooner to entice folks to buy – they’re copying the Amazon GoldBox concept.

I keep bringing up Amazon, but ever since we got our free Amazon Prime subscription, I’ve been shopping there a lot more. I don’t know that it will continue when that runs out, but I’m sure loving it now!