Are Pepsi iTunes bottlecaps available in your area?

This is a simple story that MacDailyNews readers will write below. During last year’s Pepsi iTunes promo, we received many email messages from MDN readers either reporting Pepsi iTunes winning caps or complaining that the only Pepsi iTunes bottles they’ve seen are the ones on Apple’s website. And now we’re starting to get email about this promo again.

Unfortunately, most of these messages do not state the readers’ locations. So, please use the Reader Feedback section below to tell us all where you found your Pepsi iTunes bottles or where you’ve looked, but not found any bottles.

By the way, iPod Garage’s “iTunes Pepsi Bottlecap Map 2.0” which tracks winning and losing caps (and cups) and their locations across the United States is here.

Related MacDailyNews articles:
Pepsi iTunes Music Promotion officially underway – January 31, 2005
iTunes Bottlecap Map 2.0 now online, first reported 2005 iTunes Pepsi winner comes from Los Angeles – January 22, 2005
AdAge: Pepsi to promote Apple iTunes giveaway during Super Bowl – January 18, 2005
Apple and Pepsi announce iTunes Music giveaway, promotion runs January 31 – April 30, 2005 – January 18, 2005
Another Apple iTunes Pepsi Promotion coming soon? – January 17, 2005
Apple to give Pepsi iTunes promo another try at upcoming Super Bowl? – July 28, 2004
Pepsi’s Apple iTunes promo nightmare, 5 million songs redeemed total; included in 70 million songs total – April 28, 2004
USC student trashes 2,500 iTunes-Pepsi bottles, redeems winning caps, enjoys a Diet Coke – April 16, 2004
Pepsi iTunes bottle caps take longer to get into stores than expected – March 04, 2004
Are Pepsi iTunes caps available in your area? – February 09, 2004
A Coke drinker’s forced migration to Pepsi in quest of free Apple iTunes– February 04, 2004
The Register: Pepsi iTunes ad ‘likely to go down in history as one of the greatest public relations disasters in history’ – February 02, 2004
Pepsi’s iTunes ad places near bottom of Super Bowl Ad Meter list – February 02, 2004
Pepsi’s iTunes Super Bowl commercial available here via QuickTime – January 30, 2004
Analyst: Pepsi iTunes campaign will generate sales of ‘5-10 million songs per week by summer, or 200 million for the year’ – January 29, 2004
Somebody’s selling a whole lot of sugared water on – January 28, 2004


  1. I live in Las Vegas and have not seen them here. Just as well though, I am not much of a Pepsi fan, I wish they did the deal with Coke. (Although, they did have the free songs on slurpees last year too so here’s hoping they do that again.

  2. Don’t know. Don’t care. I don’t poison my body with that swill.

    Magic word: heart …as in “I don’t have the heart to kill myself slowly by drinking that poison.”

  3. JJ:

    My magic word this time is “want” …as in “I want you to keep spazzing out about the magic words because that just makes me want to post them more.”

    Incentive, baby. Thanks. It’s numbskulls like you who make posting the magic word so much fun!

  4. Pepsi Bottles with iTunes have been appearing since last week at the 7/11 in Aurora, IL off of Ogden Ave. ” width=”19″ height=”19″ alt=”smile” style=”border:0;” />

  5. Haven’t seen any bottle caps up here in Prudhoe Bay, AK yet. That’s any bottle caps… of any kind… at all. (We’re kind of frozen in here. And it’s a tad dark, too.)

    What’s this? My magic word is line. No, I’m not feeding you a line. Why would you imply that?

  6. I buy 2 liters. Pepsi isn’t putting winners on the 2-liters so I will never see an iTunes cap. However, since the cost difference between the 2-liters and the smaller bottles is so small, I can take my savings and buy more songs than someone who gets an average of 1 winner in every 3 purchases.

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