To say that Apple has forever changed our lives would be an understatement. Take for example iTunes. This all-in-one media player, media library, and mobile device management application now enables us to purchase and download music, music videos, television shows, audiobooks, podcasts, movies, and ringtones using our Apple device or PC running OS X or Windows. For all intents and purposes, all this means is our iPhones, iPads, and iPods are now our all-in-one pocket audio system, TV, library, and movie theater that we could update whenever we want—for a price.
There's a catch
I don’t know about you but, without dismissing how amazing Apple’s innovations truly are, I often find myself disliking the fact that I have to buy songs online.
I’m a Millennial. This means many things to many people, but to me it means I grew up with practically everything being available at my fingertips all thanks to computers. This includes songs.
Yes, I admit it: I’ve downloaded songs over the Internet using software like Limewire and uTorrent. Yes, it was wrong for me to do so. I’m sorry to all the musicians whom I’ve effectively deprived of royalties. But, I have to admit, it was easy to download songs using the software. It still is but I’ve stopped doing so. Nowadays I use free codes for iTunes.
So where do you get iTunes codes for free?
You are in luck because the site you are browsing right now is the original, the ONLY provider of completely free iTunes codes! Below are some of our user reviews:
Apart from the clean design, the site's promise to all its customers gave me a reassuring feeling: “You no longer have to spend a dime on purchasing music tracks from the iTunes store.” It has a large collection of codes in various denominations. To redeem one, you would have to extract the code from the site's database using its code generator. You are allowed to get as many codes each day, but they are all subject to availability and that are distributed on a first-come-first-serve basis.
To be clear, the actual name of the store is iTunes Codes. It’s operated by a team of self-proclaimed ‘Web enthusiasts’, who continuously find free codes, store them in their database, and make these codes available on their site. How do they get the codes? They participate in weekly promotions organized on the Apple iTunes Store. They win the codes here as prizes.
Among all the sites I’ve discussed here, I believe this site is the easiest to use. All you would have to do is download the card you want from the options on it. But each customer is limited to downloading only one. You may come back after the code expired or you when you run out of balance, but this would be a hassle if you ask me.
To be clear, I have no intention of further aggravating the debate over whether music should be allowed to be distributed for free on the Web. I know that there is not yet an easy solution to this problem. What I’m trying to drive home here is that as long as we have the utilities available and the freedom to use them, we ought to do so.