Free pop music from Google Play.
Google Play is giving out a free album of music in the Pop catagory: “Alive” by Jordan Lebron Massey. It was released on March 31, 2014 and holds a rating of 4.2 out of 5 stars, which is very good.
“Alive” consists of 13 songs, all of which hover around the 3-4 minute mark. These songs include:
To get this deal for yourself, just go to “Alive” on Google Play’s official website and click the button that says “Free”. When downloaded, they will be MP3 files. Also, you must have an account on Google Play in order to download the songs, so I suggest getting one now if you intend to snag this freebie.
A free soundtrack to add to your collection.
Amazon is currently offering a FREE MP3 album on their official website, titled Nature Sounds Collection: Sea Waves, Vol. 1 (Ocean Coast).
It is by Ashaneen and holds a rating of four-and-a-half stars, which is pretty good. The album itself is just one hour-long track of oceanic ambiance. Well one hour and 42 seconds, specifically. It sounds like something perfect to play while falling asleep or lying in a hammock. Or both.
Its audio CD counterpart (also on Amazon) costs $9.98, so by getting the free MP3 version, you’ll be saving yourself almost a good 10 bucks. And who doesn’t like saving money?
You can find this deal by following the link above. Keep in mind that you will need an account on Amazon to access this deal, obviously. If you don’t have one, suggest signing up for one now.
I do quite a bit of shopping on Amazon. I can find just about anything I’m looking for at Amazon.com, and at amazingly low prices. The only issue is the shipping. Although some of the items I purchase qualify for free shipping, many of them do not, and the free shipping is ground only, so if I need it right away, it’s not always an acceptable option.
Then there is Amazon Prime. For only $99 a year, I can get all the 2 day shipping I want, plus unlimited access to Amazon Prime movies, music e-books and more. However, I still have to pay an annual subscription fee.
However, I signed up for a Amazon Prime 30-Day Free Trial. All I had to do was sign up and I got a FREE 30 day trial period with full access to Amazon Prime, This includes:
I did have to provide a credit card, but I wouldn’t be charged a membership fee until the end of the 30 day period. I watched the clock on it, and just before the end of the trial, I cancelled my trial subscription and no fee was charge. I received 30 days of Amazon Prime absolutely free!
Important: you do need to stay on top of the calendar with this. They will bill you for the $99 annual subscription at the end of the trial. However, as long as you remember to log in to your Amazon account and cancel your subscription in time, you won’t have to pay it.
Of course, if you like Amazon Prime, go ahead and pay the $99. Considering the unlimited 2-day shipping, unlimited access to Prime Movies and TV Shows, music, e-books and photo storage, it’s a really good deal. Even if you use only a couple of Prime features, it is well worth the price. But don’t take my word for it, Try Amazon Prime 30-Day Free Trial yourself. You can’t beat that.
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