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Ben & Jerry\'s: free iTunes songs on Free Cone Day

updated 05:55 pm EDT, Tue April 20, 2004

Ben & Jerry\'s: free songs

Ben & Jerry's will offer up to 50,000 free iTunes song to US residents who take an "Oath to Vote" as well as a chance to win an iPod and iMac as part of its . It will offer free ice cream as well as an opportunity to register to vote in local Ben & Jerry's Scoop Shops. Users can visit the company's website on that day to take the "Oath to Vote" and receive a free song from the iTunes Music Store (on Monday, April 26th) as well as register for a chance to win a sweepstakes with the Grand Prize of an iPod, iMac and a trip to Vermont to spend a day as an honorary Ben & Jerry's Flavor Guru to create a batch of their own personal flavor. (Site not updated)

"Ben & Jerry's is committed to generating positive social change and we love using ice cream to bring people together and raise awareness of issues that are important for our communities," said Walt Freese, Chief Marketing Officer, Ben & Jerry's. "Partnering with Rock the Vote to register voters and with Apple to give away free music downloads are effective ways to reach young voters and let them know how important it is to vote."

"To take the Oath to Vote and get your free music download (one song download per person), or to find the scoop shop nearest you, log on to Free song codes will be available until all codes have been distributed according to the Official Rules. No purchase is necessary to enter the sweepstakes. Void where prohibited. The sweepstakes is open to legal residents of the Continental United States and District of Columbia, age 18 and older. The sweepstakes begins April 26, 2004 at 12:01 a.m. Central Time and ends October 31, 2004 at 11:59:59 p.m. Central Time."

by MacNN Staff





  1. koolkid1976

    Joined: Dec 1969



    Why doesn't the website mention anything about iTunes give away?

  1. Ganesha

    Joined: Dec 1969


    No free ice cream for me.

    Nearest is 120 miles away and I can't take any more time off from work this month.

  1. beeble

    Joined: Dec 1969


    Oath to Vote

    US Residents can take the Oath to Vote? Don't they mean Citizens? Last time I checked only citizens were allowed to vote (that's pretty much the same in every country).

  1. dennis

    Joined: Dec 1969


    re: No free ice cream for

    "Nearest is 120 miles away and I can't take any more time off from work this month."

    So, if you *could* take time off, you would drive 120 miles for a free ice cream cone? I think you've just defined the word "idiot."

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