Bing has announced a holiday gift by promising to give away half a million songs free to those who subscribe to its newsletters.

To get the gift of free song, the visitor should first visit and enter email address. Once submitted, the visitor will receive an email with the code of the song and instructions to redeem it. It also guides the visitor to download the song of his choice, which are provided by Amazon, said a statement.

But the process may end up in a disappointment. It prompts you to subscribe its newsletters than providing you the gift.

By providing your email address you agree to receive future communications about Bing, including the Bing newsletter. The newsletter gives you tips & tricks plus news about all the great features and programs Bing has to offer. You can unsubscribe at any time. Get started now, says the message on its opening page.

The reply email also prompts you to subscribe to Bing's newsletters. Thank you for signing up to receive the Bing newsletter. You’re almost there! In order to confirm your registration and receive the Bing newsletter, please click on the link below to verify your email address. Microsoft is committed to respecting customer privacy, it says.

Once you accept email verification, you get another message saying, Thanks for verifying your email address! Don't forget to follow the instructions in your email and redeem your code at Happy Holidays and Enjoy!

When you click on redeeming your song, it will direct you to a page saying, That web page doesn't exist. Let's see if we can help you find what you are looking for. It also provides some Tips like:

Check that the web address that you entered doesn't contain a typo.
Use the search box instead of your browser's address bar.
Go to the Bing homepage.
Find more search tips in Help.

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