More NewsCoke Drinkers in Europe to get two billion free iTunes tracks

Coke Drinkers in Europe to get two billion free iTunes tracks

Two billion... yes billion... free iTunes tracks are going to be given away by Coca-Cola as part of its latest promotion in Europe

Coke.jpgTwo billion… yes billion… free iTunes tracks are going to be given away by Coca-Cola as part of its latest promotion in Europe. According to a story on the UK C/Net site, Coke is footing the bill for the downloads and the promotion will run between May and August.

There’s no word on how the lucky winners will actually win their free iTunes tracks, but supposedly there will be a new can design for the promotion, and iPods and free tickets will be part of the rewards as well. There’s also no word on whether things will cross the pond and show up in the U.S., but considering both of the companies involved in the cross promotional deal are actually based in America, one would think it possible.

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