Amazon and Google are giving video subscribers the chance to rent one title per account for just 99 cents

Amazon and Google are giving video subscribers the chance to rent one title per account for just 99 cents
Both Amazon and Google are allowing subscribers to rent one movie per account that will be priced at the low, low price of 99 cents. Google and Amazon both have a January 23rd deadline for users to take advantage of this special offer. And both companies have thousands of eligible films, including some of 2016's blockbusters.

Here's the important part, so you need to pay attention. If you're a Google subscriber, your discount will be automatically applied when you checkout. If you're closing out the rental of movies from Amazon, typing "MOVIE99" into the promo box will take the price of one movie down to the price of 99 cents.

You can choose animation gold like Finding Dory, comic book story turned box office winner with Suicide Squad, Tom Hank's latest classic Sully, and the gender changing version of Ghostbusters. Also available are some holiday favorites, some other Disney/Pixar classics and all of the Harry Potter movies. In other words, you'll have quite a few titles to choose from, Still, only one movie per account can be rung up at the special 99 cent rental price, so use your power responsibly.


source: GooglePlayStore, AmazonVideo via PCMag

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