Cyber Week Google Play Music And Google Play Store Deals

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Black Friday may be over, but there is no stopping holiday sales that are happening all weekend long leading up to Cyber Monday.

Google is celebrating “Cyber Week” with various deals in its Play Store that include sales on games and movies, as well as a major steal on a subscription to its music streaming service.

In celebration of the week(end) of sales (and in an attempt to get more people on board with its service), Google is offering four months of Google Play Music for free.

The offer is only available for a limited time, and is only open to those in the U.S. who receive a promotional code from Google between Nov. 23 and Nov. 28. Users will have to enter in their credit card info when signing up, but will not be charged a penny until the four month free trial ends. After that, users will be charged each month forward for the fee of $9.99. Users can cancel at any time before the trial is over.

Google also has some sweet deals on titles in its Play Store including including games starting from 99 cents, movies to own from $6.99, and sales on TV series, music and books.

Android users can get up to 80 percent off games like LEGO Jurassic World, The Room Three, Monument Valley and Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour, which are all $0.99.

Major deals worth nothing is getting 70 percent off Final Fantasy Tactics, which is now $3.99, and 80 percent off Hitman: Sniper for just $.99.


Movies on sale include Independence Day: Resurgence, The Legend of Tarzan, X-Men: Apocalypse, Deadpool, Me Before You and Batman v Superman for $9.99.

Google Play Store also has TV series on sale from $8.99 including season 1 of This Is Us, season 3 of Penny Dreadful and more.

Music lovers can also get albums like Blake Shelton’s If I’m Honest for $8.99, Drake’s Nothing Was The Same for $7.99 and Taylor Swift’s 1989 for $10.49.

There is also 80 percent off on bestsellers, so now is a good time to download Amy Poehler’s Yes Please, Christina Baker Kline’s Orphan Train and Joe Hill’s The Fireman.

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