Amazon tossing in $30 in freebies with purchase of Philips Fidelio speaker docks

Amazon tossing in $30 in freebies with purchase of Philips Fidelio speaker docks

Looking to pick up a speaker dock or Bluetooth speaker system for your Android phone?  Amazon has a pretty nice deal right now where they are offering $30 in free stuff for anyone who buys one of the new Philips Fidelio systems.  All you have to do is buy one of the qualifying units between now and November 7th, where you will then get a $15 MP3 Store and $15 Amazon Appstore credit.  You’ll have until December 7th to use all the credits, but the money can be applied toward your favorite music and Android apps.

Philips AS851/37 Fidelio Docking Speaker for Android

Philips AS140/37 Fidelio Docking System for Android

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Philips AS111/37 Fidelio Docking Speaker for Android

Philips AS351/37 Fidelio Docking Speaker for Android

Check Amazon for additional details on the Philips Fidelio promotion.

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