Already purchased a few songs from an album, and now you’re thinking about buying the rest? You’re in luck!
We recently re-launched our popular “Complete My Album” feature, which means that any tracks purchased on the new eMusic website or eMusic app count towards the purchases of the entire album. As you purchase individual tracks, you will see the price of the complete album drop accordingly. So, now when you use your remaining credits at the end of one month to purchase select tracks on an album, you can come back the following month with your new credit to complete the purchase, without penalty.
Please note: Complete My Album is currently limited to album purchases on the new eMusic. If you have matched previous eMusic purchases in your library, and want to purchase the complete album, we have you covered. Just purchase the complete album and then send an email to email@example.com with the name of the album and artist, along with details on your prior track purchase(s). We will be happy to give you a courtesy credit for the current value of the tracks.
Hey there! One thing that you may have noticed last week is some major updates on your eMusic account page. We know that, as collectors, you rely on the ability to view your membership credits and any other credits in your account, so that you can strategize when to purchase music from our catalog. Based on your feedback, we knew that was one of the first features we needed to make sure was back on track, and, of course, improving the experience while we are at it!
Here’s what you can find on your account page:
- Active membership credits – how much you’ve used for the month and date of expiry
- Extra credit purchases – date of purchase, amount of purchase, what’s been used, and when it expires
- Plan details
- Next credit refresh
- Option to top up with extra credits or change your plan at any time
And just to make sure you have the complete view of your account wherever you are when the mood strikes you to shop, we’ve also made all this available to our mobile Android users, and via mobile web for our iOS users.
Great news! Thanks to helpful feedback from many of our Members, we were able to identify and fix a couple of key album pricing issues:
- Albums priced higher than the sum of the tracks.
- Albums priced higher when including digital booklets.
Both of these issues have been corrected, so you should notice that many of eMusic’s album prices have now gotten even better.
Please note: When an album has digital booklets as well as album-only tracks, the album is priced at the album level, not on a per-track basis. In many of these cases the music label has put a premium on album-only content (we can’t change that). However, because you’re an eMusic Member, you still save 15-40% on the overall album price.
We are not able to comparison shop everything, so if you come across any albums that are still not giving you an appropriate eMusic discount, please let us know by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
eMusic’s Free Daily Download is back, and it’s going mobile!
Every day, get a hot new track, hand-selected by our editors from new releases for you to download and own for free (that’s 365 free tracks a year). You can even see what’s coming up in your Daily Download queue, so you always have something to look forward to.
You can find the new Daily Download on the emusic.com homepage, or on the Discover page of the eMusic app (just swipe up↑). Update your eMusic app for Android or iOS now to get today’s Daily Download.