Google's Black Friday deals include some must-see price cuts

Google's Black Friday deals include some must-see price cuts

Google's Black Friday deals include some must-see price cuts

Some of those deals won't start until November 23, so be patient. The company on Wednesday announced that it is offering a number of holiday deals in Google Play on Android apps, games, music, TV shows and eBooks.

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. Sorry to say it, but if you were hoping to see discounts on the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, there won't be much for you this year.

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.

However, if you're an Android user who frequents the Google Play Store, there will be plenty of deals to partake in. Big discounts will be offered for paid games.

Gamers will see discounts up to 80 percent for titles including Call of Duty: Black Ops Zombies, LEGO Ninjago: Shadow of Ronin and LEGO Jurassic World.

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The best Google Play Black Friday deal might be on the music side of things.

Google also said that "hundreds" of apps on the Play store have been discounted, including those that have subscription fees. If so, you can get four months of service for free.

And in order to make sure you'll also get to relax this Thanksgiving, Google is shaving off 50% any movie to own and 25% off a TV season of your choice starting tomorrow.

Last but not least, Google is also offering $5 credit towards the purchase of any book over $5. This Saturday, all movie rentals will be available for just $0.99. For comic book fans, November 25 will be the day to shop as the most popular omnibus comic books will be available for $5 or less.

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