Saturday , August 18 2018


Ho, Ho, Ho now I have a machine gun. That immortal line in (mho) the best christmas movie of all time, Die Hard, can be playing on your screen when you pick up a bargain in Google Play’s Holiday Faves movie bargain extravaganza.

There’s over 40 movies to choose from in the Holiday Faves focus including favourites like Miracle on 34th Street, It’s a Wonderful Life, The Santa Clause, The Muppets Christmas Carol and of course Die Hard and Die Hard 2. Priced from $5.99 (that’s for Home Alone: The Holiday Heist – really don’t watch this movie), you can pick up most for around $6.99 or $7.99 in SD quality, but as we’re not monsters you’re looking at $8.99/$9.99 for the HD version.

Unfortunately there’s no deal on National Lampoons Christmas Vacation, but there’s plenty there that is a good buy so head over to Google Play Movies and check it out.

Daniel Tyson   Editor

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And on top of these savings, if you get gift vouchers from Coles, you save an extra 20% this week! I have already got $150 worth (value so for $120). If you are a Google Music or YouTube Red Subscriber, you can also use the credit to pay for that subscription.

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