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Google Play Movies
It’s almost time for the weekend, so Google Play Movies is running a promotion offering 50% off a movie rental until March 17th.

The offer is open to anyone living in a range of countries, including the US, Canada, Brazil, Mexico, the UK, Germany, France, Russia, Italy, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Zambia and of course Australia. The offer gives you 50% off any one movie rental until the 17th of March, but once you grab your rental you have 30 days to watch the movie before it expires.

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There’s lots of great movies to rent at the moment, The Martian, Sicario, Mad Max: Fury Road and Straight out of Compton all just came out, or you can rent any of the old classics, so you can now rent any of them for 50% off.

To redeem the offer, simply click on the link or enter ‘PDMOVIE2016’ into the Redeem Code box on Google Play before March 17th.

Source: Google Play Movies.
Thanks: Tim.

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Looks like not in New Zealand.

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