Google Play’s Christmas gift: deals on games, apps, movies, books

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By this time you’ve probably already bought gifts for your loved ones for the holidays (unless you’re one of those panic shoppers). But if you’re looking for some not so expensive but still digitally-related gifts for yourself (or even other people), Google Play has some offers that you may want to check out. From games to movies to app subscriptions to books, you have some pretty good deals that can tide you over when you want to escape all the family gatherings and parties, at least on your smartphone.

The game deals are actually split into two weeks so you have more options but with a more limited time span. For the first week, you will get huge discounts on in-app purchases for popular games like Clash Royale, Pokemon Go, Empires & Puzzles and Lineage 2. For the second week, you’ll also be able to get deals from other popular games like Candy Crush Friends Saga, PUBG, and Marvel Contest of Champions.

For app subscriptions, you’ll be able to get discounts like $15 off for your first 3 months on HBO Go, $5 per month for 3 months on Starz, 50% off your first month on TuneIn and PicsArt. The only condition is that you’re a new subscriber so it means if you already have an account with any of them, then you can’t avail of their special offers.

For movies, you can rent hit movies like Crazy Rich Asians for just 99 cents while if you prefer buying movies, you can get some like John Wick and The Predator at cheaper prices. TV shows also have deals like $15 for entire seasons of shows like Doctor Who (Season 11), Game of Thrones (season 1) and The Handmaid’s Tale (season 1) while some episodes go for just 99 cents each.

If books are more your thing, you can get some discounted titles of up to 80% including Library of Souls by Ransom Riggs, Star Wars: Darth Vader Volume 1, Educated: A Memoir by Tara Westover. There are also deals on audiobooks so you have two weeks to check out this deal and all the other ones we mentioned.

SOURCE: Google

via Android Community

December 21, 2018 at 06:06AM