apple 69 cent sale

Continuing its recent trend of offering media at a discount, Apple has launched a new iTunes promotion today that knocks a number of hit songs, of various genres, down to $0.69. That’s nearly 50% off their normal prices.

The promo is simply titled ‘Great 69¢ Songs,’ and the carefully curated list of marked-down music is divided up into 10 categories including No. 1 Songs, Pop Hits, and ’90s Hits. Each category contains between 30-40 songs…

Here are some of the songs on sale:

  • Bring Me to Life by Evanescence
  • Hypnotize by The Notorious B.I.G.
  • Temperature by Sean Paul
  • Crazy by Gnarls Barkley
  • Sex On Fire by Kings of Leon
  • Change (In the House of Flies) by Deftones
  • Babel by Mumford & Sons
  • Decode by Paramore
  • The Distance by Cake
  • Smooth (feat. Rob Thomas) by Santana

And there are many, many more. Just click here to browse the list.

This is Apple’s third iTunes sale in as many weeks. Back in August, the company began offering movie bundles at significant discounts via the digital media hub, and last week, it launched a ‘back to school’ $6.99 album sale.

While it’s true that Apple often shaves price tags off of various curated content, it rarely discounts songs to less than $1. And since we doubt this deal is going to last very long, we recommend that you get in on it while you can.

  • Ry Guy

    Yes Hypnotize by Biggie! RIP

  • Oscar Nigma

    I accidentally bought “never gonna give you up” for 69¢, and it was like I Rick rolled myself when it started playing in my library.

    • bob

      what does rick rolled mean? is it a reference to a video called ”the next youtube meme”