Mingled among the puppies, Doritos, Tim Tebow, and all the cars, you may not have paid as much attention to a commercial featuring the band U2 and its lead singer Bono. In case you stepped out to refill your Super Bowl plate and missed this quieter and subtler commercial, allow us to refresh your memory about U2 and a special offer on the band’s new song.
The song is called Invisible, and it is available to everyone for FREE just for today. For 24 hours, you can head to the iTunes Store and download this song at no cost. In fact, it’s even better than FREE. Impossible, you say? Well, you’ll pay nothing for the song and Bank of America has promised to donate one dollar for every download of the track to RED. RED was cofounded by Bono of U2 back in 2006, and its primary mission is to help fight AIDS. The organization also fights tuberculosis and malaria, focusing on providing treating, testing, and prevention services to people in the world’s poorest countries.
If you’re a fan of U2, you won’t want to miss this opportunity to download their new song for FREE. Even if you don’t care one way or the other about U2, it costs you nothing to help fight disease around the world. While the commercial may not have been even close to the best in the Super Bowl, the freebie is pretty awesome.