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Rent any movie from Google or Amazon this Christmas for just $0.99

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Suicide Squad

Google and Amazon have both launched holiday promotions for their online movie rental services. You can head over to Google Play and grab any title (including a number of recent blockbusters) for $0.99, or do the same at Amazon Video using the promo code “MOVIE99.” In both cases, you can only get one movie per account, and you have until January 23rd 2017 to redeem the offer. So, if you don’t fancy using it up for Christmas, you can always wait until the New Year.

Both Google and Amazon have a number of recent blockbusters on offer, including Suicide Squad and Jason Bourne, as well as holiday classics like Elf. Amazon also has the likes of The Magnificent Seven (the remake), Sully, Bridget Jones’s Baby, and Finding Dory, while Google has titles like The Lego Movie, Now You See Me, and Home Alone. Google is also offering 50 percent off other new titles to buy, including Kubo and the Two Strings and Star Trek: Beyond.