This soundtrack is now back on Club Nintendo in Europe, so act fast!
It seems that a lot of Club Nintendo members in Europe are desperate to spend their stars, as this soundtrack has disappeared again - supply not quite meeting demand, we suspect.
The end of Club Nintendo rapidly approaches - in the case of Europe product registration will end in April [update: only download game registration ends in April] ahead of the service (and its catalogue) closing at the end of September. Unlike the huge list of options - including download games - in North America and the various delightful treats on Club Nintendo Japan, the offerings in Europe have been pretty underwhelming to date.
Some positive news is that The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds soundtrack is back in Europe, having previously sold out. It's a pretty good deal, with 3000 stars getting you the following:
Double-CD soundtrack, featuring 89 tracks, plus 16 Milk Bar Musician pieces. The insert includes liner notes from the game's composer, Ryo Nagamatsu, and 12 score excerpts for you to perform at home.
The star cost is pretty darn good compared to some other items, with a Mario hat at 4000 stars being an oddly priced example. Unfortunately this isn't also available in Australia and New Zealand at the moment, with the re-stock evidently only arriving in Europe so far.
Will you be spending some of your farewell stars on this?