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Update (2/12 2:25pm): Well, that didn’t last long. Prices for the 3-month/6-month subscriptions have increased to $24.99/$49.99. The 1-month subscription is still 50% off at $4.99.

Several Google Play Music gift subscriptions are currently 50% off: 1-month $4.99, 3-month $14.98 and 6-month $29.97. Normally you’d be charged $9.99 per month for this streaming service that grants you access to 35-million songs from any iOS or Android device. What’s more, your subscription also includes YouTube Red so you can browse videos without being interrupted by ads.

You shouldn’t have any problem stacking multiple length subscriptions, so go ahead and buy a couple so you’re set for awhile. Note: this promo is set up for gifts so if you’re buying it for yourself just have the code emailed to you.

GOOGLE PLAY GIFTS TERMS OF SERVICE

November 20, 2015

These terms of service apply to those who purchase and receive gifts of Google Play content or credit in which codes may be redeemed solely for content or credit delivered through or usable only on Google Play. Such gifts cannot be resold, cannot be exchanged for cash, and have no cash value. To be use the gift, you must be 18+ years old if required by law (or 13-17 years old with parent’s permission), have internet access, have or activate a Google account, have a Google Payments account (to use Play credit) and have previously accepted the Google Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. Google Play gifts are not redeemable for cash and Google will not issue any refunds or exchanges to gift recipients (except as required by law). Google Play gifts are not eligible for resale and are void where prohibited. Lost or stolen gifts cannot be redeemed.

Google Play gifts are valid only for users who are residents of the countries listed on the Help Center. For such offers, the user purchasing the gift must designate a single recipient using an individual email address (not a group email alias). Such gifts can only be purchased and redeemed by users in the same country. In order to redeem the gift, the recipient of the gift must have a valid Google account and valid gift code. If the user who purchased the gift cancels their purchase prior to the recipient redeeming the gift, the recipient will no longer be able to redeem the gifted content. A copy of the gift email is sent to the purchaser. If the gift recipient wants to reject the gift, the recipient should inform the user who purchased the gift and the purchaser will be able to send the same gift to another user. Anyone with access to the gift email can use it. Google is not responsible for gifts that are redeemed without the purchaser’s or recipient’s permission.

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