Friday , February 16 2018

Grab 25% off any TV Season on Google Play as part of Black Friday sales


Google is still rolling out their Black Friday sales announced last night, and it appears we’re able to get a TV Season for 25% off after clicking the banner appearing on Google Play.

The banner is showing up in the Movies section of Google Play, and when clicked will activate a one-off purchase on your account that will take 25% off a season of TV on Google Play. While it says that it’s for a single season, it also takes 25% off any TV show that’s listed with a ‘Complete Series’ option like the 1960’s Batman series starring Adam West and Burt Ward.

Terms and conditions for the deal are as below:

25% Off Any TV Season

Valid for 25% discount against the current store price of a TV season from eligible titles on Google Play. Offer ends 27 November 2017. Discount applied at checkout. Redeem by 3 December 2017. Limit 1 per user. Valid in Australia only. Google Payments account required. Age restrictions apply. Cannot be used in conjunction with other offers or credits, except Google Play Gift Cards. See Google Content Promotion Terms and Google Play Terms for more information. Promoter: Google LLC, 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA.

You can find the banner in Google Play now, we’re also waiting on the 50% off a single movie purchase and we’ll let you know when or if that turns up.

Source: Google Play Movies.

Daniel Tyson   Editor

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