Apple launches ‘Coke+iTunes Piccadilly Circus Promotion’ in UK

Apple and Coke have launched the Piccadilly Circus Promotion, sponsored by iTunes, which is a prize draw promotion running from 16:00 (GMT) on November 20th, 2006, to 23:59 (GMT) on December 3rd, 2006, in which winning entrants will receive a song code valid on the iTunes Store for the United Kingdom only for either 3, 5, 10, 100 or 1,000 songs.

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  1. But I thought Coke had its own music store in Europe. ?!?

    I guess iTunes must have picked it off while I wasn’t looking.

    MDN Magic Word: Left — as in “Not many iPod/iTunes killers LEFT.”

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