Amazon, Google Play Give Customers Huge Gift—Movie Rentals Now 99 Cents

Nothing to do this holiday season? Want to catch up on the newest movie releases but not sure you want to pay between $4.99 – 12.99 to watch a silver screen flick? Well, Google and Amazon have decided to SLASH their rental prices for a month.

That’s right! Until January 23, 2017, you’ll be able to watch online movies using a special code for 99 cents.



Amazon and Google Play are offering up a few thousand possible distractions for those seeking cheap entertainment for the holidays.

The retailers have unveiled promotions that allow users to rent movies for as low as 99 cents.

The offer is redeemable on Amazon using a promotional code — “MOVIE99.”

Google, meanwhile, requires a less catchy code, but a budget-friendly rental can also be purchased via this link.

Amazon has about 49,000 titles available through the deal, including recent releases, like “Suicide Squad” and “Magnificent Seven,” and some holiday classics like “Die Hard”.

Amazon’s promotion runs through January 23, 2017.

Both retailers are allowing one use of the deal per account.

The roll-out of the offers coincides with the start of the Christmas holiday weekend.

They should make it permanent if you ask me but then again beggars can’t be choosers. Now you can watch these movies on your mobile devices and home TV stations and just geek out.

But don’t get carried away as you know we can!

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