Get some great content for cheap with the Google Play Store Cyber Weekend sale

We were a little worried Google wouldn’t participate in the madness that is Black Friday and Cyber Monday, but it looks like they’re devoting an entire weekend to holiday sales for everyone to sink their teeth into. Starting today and likely going through Monday, you’ll be able to get some great deals on in-app purchases for ¬†apps and games, as well as deals on movies, music, books and more.

You can get a subscription to NBA’s Game Time Plus for 50% off, double starter chips and free 7 day VIP access with Zynga Poker, 40% more platinum for your money in Pocket Legends and more. Be sure to check out the full slate of in-app purchase deals here and see if you can’t spice things up for your characters in your favorite games.

On the music side of things Google has great albums starting at just $2.99. Justin Bieber’s believe, Tyga’s Careless World: Rise of the Last King, Van Halen’s A Diffrent Kind of Truth, Lana Del Rey’s Born to Die, Nicki Minaj’s Pink and more fall under that banner, with tons more being made available for just $2-3 more.

You could buy The Social Network for $3, the entire Hunger Games trilogy for just $10, entire seasons of Friday Night Lights for $10, and magazine subscriptions for as much as 50% off. If you were looking for an excuse to splurge then now’s the time to see just how deep the Play Store rabbit hole goes. Check out all those links above for the full slate of deals available for your wallet to cry over and let us know if you end up downloading something nice.

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TAGS: Cyber Monday , discounts , Google Play , sales

  • Nate Stiles

    Great Albums?

    • poosh2010

      hahaha, they lost me at “justin beiber’s believe”

    • AmericanPatriot4

      I don’t know whether to laugh or cry.

      • ilh

        I’d go with mourn for humanity.

    • Quentyn Kennemer

      Lol, totally subjective.

  • BigCiX

    Good deals

  • Shawn_Locke

    The Social Network is $9.99 to buy, not $3.00.

    • Quentyn Kennemer

      It was $3 when I looked.

      • Shawn_Locke

        I wish it hadn’t changed back to $10. Its too bad there isn’t an option to rent the movie.