Sainsbury’s launches MP3 store

By | Published on Friday 4 May 2012


Sainsbury’s has launched a download service. It’ll sell MP3s. And give you nectar points when you buy. And promise to refund the difference if tracks go down in price after you’ve bought them. Fun times indeed.

Says the supermarket’s Head Of Entertainment (Online) Mark Bennett: “This launch of our new MP3 music service enables our customers across the UK to get digital music at great value. This is the first step in our expansion to offer digital entertainment alongside our existing range of CDs, games, film and books catalogue”.