Sun, 30 Nov 2008

Charlie Brown Christmas Soundtrack for $1.99

I don't often do this sort of thing, but this is a really great deal and it only lasts one day...

For a while AmazonMP3 has been offering some crazy good one-day deals via Twitter. I've gotten a few really good albums for almost no money, and today's is a really special one.

There are no hidden affiliate links or anything, it's just a really good deal worth spreading around.

Disclaimer: I think (but I'm not positive) this is a US-only deal. Also, if you're reading this after 2008-Nov-30 (Sunday) you're already too late, sorry.

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