Free stuff from iTunes with the 12 days of Christmas

Posted on: December 22, 2010

Every Christmas iTunes gives a free item away each day for 12 days, normally just in the UK, but this year for the first time Canadians can get freebies from iTunes. Starting today with a free episode of The Big Bang Theory, you can download a free song, tv episode, app, movie or book for one day only.

Dec 23 (Day 1) The Big Bang Theory, Season 2, “The Bath Item Gift Hypothesis”. Get your free iTunes download

12 Days of Christmas begins in the UK on Dec 26.

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  • Travelling to Europe some day… get a free Lonely Planet city guide for your iPhone

    Are you planning to make a trip to Europe some day soon such as next year (because you certainly won’t be flying now with all the travel disruptions). Well Lonely Planet is having a sale, many of the popular Lonely Planet City Guide apps for “European” destinations are free until December 23. Each app contains all the information and features found in the print Lonely Planet City Guides. The apps are normally $6, so this is a great deal. Plus the Lonely Planet books (and apps) are really gay friendly, giving you loads of information on the gay scene in each city. The Lonely Planet translation apps are even full of phrases such as “this is my boyfriend or husband”.

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