Taken from the site:
Are you ready for this?? We are going to ask you to help us clear our warehouse, by further beta testing our website. To do this its more than likely you will have to stay up till 11.59pm tonight or risk missing out by waiting to the morning. In return, we will give you a random audio CD which we bought from a music distributor that went bust. These items are cluttering up our warehouse and we have 2 or 3 of them per line, certainly not enough to list them individually on our website. So we thought, why dont we give them away free and that way we dont have to spend hours sorting them and then listing them on the website . Thats where you come in To get a Free Random audio CD you have to be a registered member of our site and you have to place an order. The audio CDs will go live at 11.59pm / 23.59 tonight 15th August 2008.
Q1) What if I get my free Audio CD and I dont like it?
A) Dohh what do you expect. Thou shall not expect thy audio CD to be really nice. If we were unloading a lot of really cool Audio CDs we would probably get ourselves into gear and list them on our sister site bigpockets and make loads of money.
Q2) If I dont like my Audio CD can I get my money back?
A) Yes of course you can!! Thats why we are giving them away free with free delivery. So you have absolutely no recourse. Thought you could outsmart us Huh J
Q3) What can I do if my mates Audio CD he gets from your site is better then mine?
A) Nobody said life was fair. Are you building your own barracks with your bare, broken hands in a remote Soviet Gulag? No, youre dissatisfied with a freebie that was plainly labelled Crap. Have some perspective.
Note: Thou shall take a moment to consider whether you might be better off just going to bed and not staying up to get a free Audio CD.
This offer goes live at 11.59 pm tonight Dont miss out
It's pretty simple, really. They are about to launch the website, so have this offer to bring in people to test the server load/order process, etc. You need to register to order the freebie. From what I've read, it's one per person. It's bankrupt stock from a music store.
Boffer is the sister site of bigpockets.co.uk - a reputable online store. Yesterday, they gave away 1000 copies of Halo 3. It took 8 and a half hours for those 1000 copies to be ordered. With 5000 CDs available, I think there's a good chance most people will get one.