Give The Gift Of Yahoo! Music

    December 14, 2006

For the person on your list who has everything, a gift certificate to Yahoo! Music is sure to make their holidays brighter.

I noticed that the theme of several of my articles lately has been a little redundant. With so many major search engines and online sites offering holiday shopping specials, I feel I should inform consumers of as many online shopping options as possible. Add to the ever-growing list of online gifts, Yahoo! Music gift certificates.

Yahoo! Music has over 2 million songs from hundreds of artists to choose from and offers LAUNCHcast radio, music videos, and music alerts. Now the music downloading site is offering gift certificates for the music lover on your list.

Yahoo! Music Unlimited gift certificates may be purchased at the site for the recipient to receive either three months for $23.97 or one year of unlimited music access for $71.88.

With the unlimited gift certificate, the recipient may play music on their personal computer, share with friends, listen to 120+ channels of commercial-free radio, and create playlists that are accessible from any PC anywhere.

Gift certificates may also be purchased for music downloads in increments of $10, $20, $30, $50, $70 and $100.

With each song downloaded from Yahoo! Music costing 99 cents and albums in their entirety costing $9.99, the lucky gift certificate recipient can fill their PC with a library of music, burn tracks onto a disc, or download them onto an MP3 player.

Yahoo! Music gift certificates are yet another great online holiday gift idea from me to you.

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Autmn Davis is a staff writer for WebProNews covering ebusiness and technology.