Google Play Black Friday deals include four months of free Play Music

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With the holiday season about to hit our doors, Google has announced some deep discounts on movies, apps, games, music, TV shows, and books ahead of Black Friday this week. Some of the deals will go live following Black Friday, and majority are applicable in India alongside the United States and other markets. These sales will begin today and will run through Cyber Monday, which is November 27.

You can also find discounts up to 80% for "premium games," which include titles like Monument Valley ($1.29), Don't Starve: Pocket Edition ($0.99), and LEGO: Jurassic World ($0.99).

So far, we know about T-Mobile's Buy One, Get One deals, the discounted NVIDIA SHIELD TV, and those low-cost Fire tablets on Amazon. Big discounts will be offered for paid games. From games and apps and subscriptions, to books and movies and music, Google likely has something discounted that'll catch your eye.

Google Play Black Friday deals include four months of free Play Music
Google Play Black Friday deals include four months of free Play Music

Something that might have a broader appeal might be Google's promotion on Google Play Music subscriptions. Apparently there will be discounts on hundreds of them over the Black Friday weekend, including a 50% discount on a monthly subscription to Colorfy. Among the offerings, Call of Duty: Black Ops Zombies is available in the USA 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).

In addition, the company is giving 50 percent discount on any one movie to own and 25 percent discount on a TV season of your choice starting on November 23. Furthermore, you'll be able to rent any movie for just $0.99 on November 25th.

For the bookworms, you can use a $5 credit from Google towards any book worth over $5.

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