Sunday , June 24 2018

Stuck for a gift this Valentines Day? Give the gift of music with Google Play Music

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PSA all couples out there: Valentines Day is this Sunday. If you’re still wondering what to get your significant other then how about giving the gift of music this year and sending a few months of Google Play Music?

Until the 15th of February, Google is offering a deal which sees the cost of Google Play Music dropped to just $5.99 per month. Depending on your budget, you can gift 1, 3 or 6 months of access to Google Play Music at a discount from the usual price of $11.99. Your SO will be charged once your gift runs out, but it’s a pretty decent option to get onto even if you just want to save some money for 6 months.

If giving the gift of music doesn’t strike your fancy, then you can check out all the Valentines Day sales going on in Google Play at the moment and set yourself a romantic night in with a movie, or if you’re single, maybe curl up with a good book.

Source: Google Play.

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can this be used with family plans? would be great to pay the next year or 2

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“PSA all couples out there:”

*wipes tear*

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What a deal! Anyone knows if I can stack these gift codes (redeem 2 6-month subscriptions for 1 year)?

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