Google announces holiday deals in Play Store

Angelica Greene
November 23, 2017

Google has joined the ranks of retailers and carriers offering deals this Black Friday.

If you dont like crowds, then Black Friday is not your type holiday.

You want apps? Google's got apps.

Google announces holiday deals in Play Store

The most interesting deals during Google Play Cyber Week Sale are on premium game titles. The deals during the Google Play Cyber Week Sale will run through November 27 in select markets and will give as high as 80 percent discounts on games. In a post over the Google Blog, the company details all of the Google Play sales and offers, including those on games, music, and movies. Big discounts will be offered for paid games. These titles include Call of Duty: Black Ops Zombies, LEGO Ninjago: Shadow of Ronin, and LEGO Jurassic Park.

The best Google Play Black Friday deal might be on the music side of things. The Play Store is also offering discounts up to 50 percent on "hundreds of apps", which includes a 50% discount on a monthly subscription to Colorfy. Users in select regions can also get free Google Play Music subscription for four months. Among the offerings, Call of Duty: Black Ops Zombies is available in the United States for $2.99 (Rs. 180 in India), dropped from the original price of $6.99 (Rs. 470), whereas the original Monument Valley is listed for $1.29 (Rs. 85). Pay for one movie to watch at 50% and get 25% off one TV season for whatever show right after Cyber Monday (November 23).

Finally, Google Play will get you a $5 credit towards any book over $5, and more discounts on various titles. On November 25, any movie for rent is at 99 cents. For comic book fans, November 25 will be the day to shop as the most popular omnibus comic books will be available for $5 or less.

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