10 FREE TRACKS to keep forever from Napster
10 FREE TRACKS to keep forever from Napster

10 FREE TRACKS to keep forever from Napster

For a limited time, were offering 10 FREE TRACKS to keep forever,
to everyone that starts a FREE TRIAL to Napster.

Napster is completely set for this Christmas season with themed playlists and even a
Christmas Party radio station, packed full of 240 Xmas tracks. Plus, you can enjoy all the
latest releases, as well as all your favourites. So dont suffer a music drought this festive
season and sign up today!

To get your Free Trial and 10 Free tracks, PLUS access
to over 3 million tracks follow the easy steps:

Download and install your FREE Napster software by clicking HERE

Follow the instructions to register to Napster (youll be asked for your credit card
details) and in the card and promo code box enter the code:

Start using Napster and your 10 FREE songs will be credited to your account.

Please note that offer applies to Napster service only and not Napster To Go.

System requirements: PC only, Windows XP/2000, Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.1 or higher, Windows Media Player 7.1 or higher, Internet connectivity. It is necessary to maintain a subscription in order to continue access to songs downloaded on Napster.

*Offer valid for new subscribers only. Credit Card or PayPal information is required. Your account will automatically receive 10 track purchase credits, once you redeem the code provided above. Cancel your subscription any time before the end of your first month and you will not be charged. Otherwise your subscription will continue and you will be charged the monthly subscription fee. Additional terms and conditions apply and are available at napster.co.uk/ter…tml. Napster, and the Napster logo are trademarks of Napster LLC, that may be registered in the UK and/or other countries. © 2003-2006 Napster LLC.


Thanks for the post 18nine04, well done Welcome to HotUKDeals!!

Subtly avoiding the many, easy, somewhat illegal ways to download almost any music you can think of using downloadable software you can now use sites like singingfish.com to manually search and directly download mp3s (and other types of file). No software necessary but a lot less choice obviously.
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