35 Free MP3 Downloads No Strings Attached


eMusic.com is a subscription based music download service that allows you to download legal MP3 songs and albums without having to worry about lawsuits or malware.

Right now, they are offering a killer introductory offer in which you can download 35 songs completely free!  I just took advantage of the offer so I can promise you there are no strings attached.

Here’s how to download your 35 free, legal mp3 songs:

1. Click here to go to eMusic and sign up for your free 7 day trial. You’ll need to provide a credit card but your card won’t be charged until after the trial period ends (you can quit before then and keep your 35 mp3s completely free!)

2. Search through thousands of songs and albums and download 35 songs completely free.

3.  If you choose to continue your subscription you’ll be charged the normal monthly fee and you can continue downloading new songs.  Or, cancel right from the My Account page and you won’t be charged a dime.

Although eMusic has tons of great songs (over 7 million to choose from) and I would love to keep downloading new music, I ultimately decided to cancel before my free trial period was up (I just don’t want an additional monthly charge!)

When I went to cancel my account I was pleasantly surprised when they offered me another 15 songs free of charge!  Of course I took advantage of the offer and then canceled my subscription as planned.

So all in all I managed to get 50 free, legal mp3 songs completely free!

Click here to grab your free music downloads risk free.

7 Comments so far

  1. Thanks Mike, I just emailed it to a friend.
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  2. BibleDebt on April 13th, 2010

    Thanks for sharing. It is always nice to find free stuff!
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  3. Mike on April 13th, 2010

    You’re welcome! Hopefully your friend finds some good tunes!

  4. Mike on April 13th, 2010

    Free is always good. :)

  5. Money Reasons on April 15th, 2010

    Free is great! Thanks for the info!!!
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  6. Barry Gaitan on July 19th, 2010

    Although eMusic’s free mp3s are cool, it seems like a lot of work to go through to get 35 mp3s, and if you get 36 (one more over) they end up charging your credit card. Now there’s a lot of resources to get legal mp3s that you can take advantage of because of Creative Commons and a lot of other places popping up. If you search google you can find a lot of great lists of sites
    http://www.newmediarights.org/guide/how_to/how_listen_music_internet_freelegally

    http://www.friedbeef.com/40-ways-to-download-free-music-legally-an-ultimate-guide/
    …are two good ones

  7. Mike on July 19th, 2010

    Hey Barry, those look like great resources. I didn’t have any problem keeping track of the number of eMusic downloads because it had a counter telling you how many freebies you had left.

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