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Regular Evening Standard buyers get 5 free Itunes and save money

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in England
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What's it about?

The London Evening Standard is giving away five free Itunes (worth £4), when you sign up for one of its new cashless payment cards and credit it with £4. Paying with an ‘Eros’ card also allows you to pick up the paper for 40p, instead of 50p – so effectively you get 10 papers and five itunes for £4.

How to sign up

To get the itunes, register for an Eroscard online, before 31 October and deposit £4. A code to redeem your free songs will be emailed to you before 28 November 2007.

At the moment, you can pay for the Evening standard with an Eros card at all central London mainline stations and soon it's being extended to Zone 1 tubes.

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