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Here you’ll find the best deals on films, tv shows, music and more. From iTunes, Amazon, Google Play and others.

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Google is handing out a free $1 Play Store credit today

Google Play is granting some of its members a free $1 credit today. So hurry up and check your account to see if you got it! You can use your new balance on appsmovies, music, books and more from the Google Play library.

Media Stories July 26

expiredSave up to 80% off award-winning Kindle eBooks from $2 in today’s Gold Box

As part of its Gold Box Deals of the Day, Amazon is taking up to 80% off a selection of award-winning Kindle eBooks with prices starting at $1.99. You can save between $6 and $19 on titles like: Yann Martel’s Life of PiInside Out and Back Again by Thanhha LaiSaroo Brierley’s Lion (Movie Tie-In), and many more.

expiredRent movies at VUDU for just $0.10 a piece: Terminator Genisys, World War Z, more

Today only, VUDU is offering a batch of Digital SD/HDX Movie Rentals for just $0.10 a piece. You would expect to pay $3 or more for most of these films at Amazon or iTunes. Here’s a few of our favorites:

Media Stories July 25

Netflix August Preview: The Defenders, Matrix Trilogy, more on the way!

The newest Marvel show to hit Netflix in August is the highly anticipated The Defenders. These small screen Avengers include Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and Iron Fist. They are all charged with the common goal of saving New York City.

Media Stories July 24

Select movies at Amazon $5 to own (Reg. $8+): 12 Monkeys, Insomnia, more

Amazon is offering the following Digital HD movies for just $4.99. You would expect to pay upwards of $10 for the same films at iTunes or other online movie hubs.

Also, Groupon has Redbox eGift Cards for Movie Rentals: $10 Redbox eGift Card $6.50 or $20 Redbox eGift Card $12.

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Media Stories July 21

expiredFull year of Marvel Unlimited for $60 with promo code (Reg. $99)

You can now get a year of Marvel Unlimited for just $60 ($5/month) when you use promo code CAROL at checkout. With your membership, you get access to over 20,000 digital comics to read anywhere at anytime. So get all the back stories on Carol Danvers aka Captain Marvel before her movie comes out in 2019.

Fandango takes $5 off any movie purchase with promo code

If you’re planning on hitting the theaters this weekend, Fandango is offering $5 off any movie ticket order when you enter promo code ANDROIDPAY5 at checkout. You don’t need to use the Android Pay app for this promo to work, but you will need to provide your email address to get the tickets. That’s the best dollar off promotion we’ve seen from Fandango that doesn’t require a minimum purchase amount. Spider-Man: Homecoming is still in theaters or you can head to the opening of Dunkirk. It’s Christopher Nolan’s World War II film that’s getting excellent reviews so far.

Media Stories July 20

Amazon $0.10 HD Movie Rentals: The Descendants, Project Almanac, more

Following suit from the now expired VUDU sale from yesterday, Amazon Instant Video has nearly all the same films on sale for $0.10 today. Typically you would expect to pay around $3 or more to rent these flicks elsewhere. When renting from Amazon, you have 30 days to start watching the movie and 48 hours to finish once you’ve started it.

Media Stories July 19

expiredVUDU offers $0.10 rentals today only: The Dark Knight, Inception, more

Today only, VUDU is discounting a selection of 30 movie rentals in HD to just $0.10 each. Most of these titles cost $3 to $4 to rent at iTunes or Amazon. We also still have from iTunes this $10 Movie Sale going on as well. Here’s just a few of the movies available in today’s sale at VUDU:

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Media Stories July 18

expirediTunes $10 Movie Sale includes new releases and iconic superhero flicks

iTunes is back with a fresh batch of movie discounts this week, launching sales focused on new releases and superhero films under $10. Most of these titles usually sell for around $15 at competing online services, although Amazon is matching some of today’s offers. As always, these HD movies will become a permanent part of your collection.

Kindle Paperwhite 2nd Gen. 6-inch Wi-Fi $55 (Refurb, Orig. $120)

Woot is offering the refurbished 2nd-generation (2013) Amazon Kindle Paperwhite Wi-Fi 6-inch eBook Reader for $49.99 + $5 shipping. That’s $64 off the original list price and the lowest we’ve seen for this device in any condition. Rated 4.5/5 stars and a 90-day Woot warranty applies.

Media Stories July 17

expiredKindle eBooks from $2: Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy and more

Amazon is offering a Kindle eBook download of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams for $2.99. You’ll also be able to lock in the discounted price on Google Play as well as Barnes & Noble, if Amazon isn’t your thing. That saves you $5 off the regular going rate for the novel, which is rated 4.5/5 stars from over 5,300 readers. Head below to see what other eBook deals we’ve spotted. 

expiredComplete Calvin and Hobbes Paperback Set $48 shipped

Amazon is offering The Complete Calvin and Hobbes Paperback Book Set for $48.30 shipped. That’s more than $50 off the original list price, $8 less than Walmart and an Amazon all-time low. Rated 4.9/5 stars by over 1,600 Amazon shoppers and it’s the #1 best seller in its category. 

expiredDownton Abbey: The Complete Collection on Blu-ray goes to $55 shipped

Amazon offers its Prime members Downton Abbey: The Complete Collection on Blu-ray for $54.60 shipped. Also at Walmart with in-store pickup. That’s about $40 off the original price which it still fetches at Best Buy and within $1 of the Amazon all-time low. Rated 4.7/5 stars.

Media Stories July 14

expiredHD Movies just in time for the weekend only $5: We’re the Millers, European Vacation, more

As part of its weekend sale, VUDU is offering a selection of about 60 films for only $4.99/each. These titles can fetch upwards of $15 or more at iTunes and Amazon. You’ll find some classic comedies as well as some newer ones in this batch. Here’s a list of some of the titles available:

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Vinyl releases have become all the rage the last few years with a plethora of new turntables hitting the market and a seemingly endless stream of special edition album/soundtrack releases. Whether it’s crazy collector’s editions of your favorite bands or re-released game soundtracks, we have seen our fair share of creative packages come down the pipeline. Radiohead is one of those enduring bands that has been crossing through genres for over 20 years now with as strong a cult following as anyone. Clearly the group is a prime candidate for one of these insane re-releases and it looks like the band’s groundbreaking OK Computer special edition is doing just that… expand full story

Media Stories July 13

Grab these free eBooks: Networking, Mindfullness at Work, and more topics

TradePub is letting you download the following Free eBooks after you fill out a short form. Regularly theses titles can be found for $10 or more at retailers like Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Here are the eBooks available today:

Media Stories July 12

expiredHD Movie Rentals for $0.10 at VUDU: Lord of War, Edge of Tomorrow, more

Today only, in its ongoing celebration of its 10th Anniversary, Vudu is offering a selection of 30 Digital HDX Movie Rentals on sale for just $0.10. You can expect to pay $2.99 or more for these titles at Amazon or iTunes. Also available today is the film Arrival (Digital HD Movie Rental) for $0.99 at Amazon.

Media Stories July 11

expiredBuy a Kindle eBook get 40% off back towards your next book for Prime Day

Today only, as part of Prime Day, buy a Kindle eBook and get 40% off your next book. This discount is only available for Prime members, which also scores you free shipping. You’ll need to use the credit by July 25th.

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expiredPrime Members can own Movies for under $8 today: Logan, LEGO Batman, more

Amazon is offering Prime members big discounts on the best newly released movies and even films from the vault are up to half-off the regular price. If you’ve been waiting to see Logan (Hugh Jackman’s last Wolverine role) then today’s the day! You can add the new release to your library for only $7.99 (Reg. $14.99). Need something a little less violent for the family? Amazon has you covered there as well. You can browse the full library of family films there at less than $10 to own. 

Media Stories July 7

Well today is the big day Spidey-fans! Spider-Man: Homecoming is officially out in theaters and we hope you enjoy it. The buzz it’s generating and the reviews coming back in look and sound fantastic so far. Today, we’ve rounded up the best Spider-Man gear we could find to celebrate the web-head’s return to the big screen. expand full story

VUDU $5 Weekend Movie Sale: Planet of the Apes, Bourne Identity, Lucy, many more

Even though your sights should be on seeing Spider-Man Homecoming this weekend, if you have some down time you may want to check out Vudu’s Weekend Movie Sale on select digital downloads. There are a few blockbusters here from past summers and you can own each one for only $5 a piece. Also, we still have Amazon Digital Movie Rentals for $0.10/ ea and now Amazon has a Prime Day Movie Sale w/ $5 HD films and $1 HD rentals.

expiredBarnes & Noble 20% off coupon for today only: save on books, movies and more!

Today only, Barnes & Noble is taking an extra 20% off a single item of your choice with the coupon code GOODBUY used at checkout. Shipping starts at $3.99, but orders of $25 or more score free shipping. You can use this coupon on some pop culture favorites including Spiderman and Wonder Woman merchandise, books and comics. 

Media Stories July 6

Amazon Digital Movie Rentals for $0.10/ ea: Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, more

Amazon is back at it again offering a selection of digital HD movie rentals for only $0.10 right now. These titles typically run $2.99 or more at other sites like iTunes. So, you can just click on a movie you want and you’ll have 30 days to start watching the film, and 48 hours to finish once you’ve started.

Media Stories July 5

expiredVudu has $0.10 HD Movie Rentals: Hercules, LA Confidential, Major League, more

Today only, Vudu offers a selection of movie rentals in HD for just $0.10 in its ongoing 10 year anniversary celebration. Most of these movies cost $3.99 to rent at Amazon or iTunes. The discounted titles include: Major League, Hercules, L.A. Confidential, Dude Where’s My Car and more. 

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