"Whenever you pre-order a digital music album, the price we charge you for the album will be the lowest price offered by Amazon.com between the time you placed your order and the time the album is released." http://www.amazon.com/gp/dmusic/p...20pop-up=1 Order now and you'll lock in a $0 price. In theory.
Wondering how it can say pre-order price: Free but then below that say:
You will be charged for and receive songs from this album as they become available.
Nothing to wonder about. It's confusing language, but it's just standard and applies across every offering. If the price is $0.00, your account will be "charged" that price when the album is available. And if the price goes up before then, it won't matter - Amazon's pre-order policy sets you at the lowest price between the time you submit your order and the time the item is released.
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