ITunes codes are available, but “free” is a relative term. They are most commonly acquired as “rewards” when you complete certain actions such as a survey or by using an app. Completing online surveys is the most popular activity to offer reward points in exchange for your participation, those points can then be exchanged for a variety of gift cards – iTunes among them.
For example, Quick Thoughts (only available on mobile devices) rewards you one dollar per survey you complete. When you have accumulated a minimum of $10 you can redeem them for an iTunes code. There are other, more popular survey sites, and almost all of them offer iTunes gift cards as rewards. It’s easy money, but it isn’t always quick — weeks can pass between surveys, so this is by no stretch of the imagination steady income. But, if you have some spare time during the day, it can be a good way to spend it.
There are other ways you can get free iTunes codes which don’t involve taking a survey, such as following the company on Facebook, signing into MyPoints, or writing an article in FeaturePoints. Starbucks offers a new free app or song every week when you sign up for a Starbucks reward card and use their app. There’s also a free app, song, or book available in their stores each week.
The website allows users to get free iTunes codes by simply referring their colleagues and friends, with each referral earning you 1 point. You can share your referral link on twitter, Facebook, forums, and blogs and if you’re really dedicated, on a YouTube video. RetailMeNot.com is another good resource for new offers and iTunes rewards.
Please remember none of these websites or offers have been confirmed by the author, although all the information included has come from reliable sources, so be sure to read the fine print.