A new day, a new reason to get into the holiday spirit, courtesy of Android’s always giving creators. Yes, Google has yet another deal to spoil its mobile fans with, following several incentives to buy the second-gen Chromecast, Nexus 5X, 6P and Huawei Watch discounts, as well as a little something, something taken off even your most trivial Play Store purchases.

But don’t be in a rush to use your PayPal rebate on Adele’s sizzling hot “25” e-record, as the “ALBUM2015” coupon code lets you shave a much more significant 50 percent off the album’s normal price.

You’ll therefore only cough up $5.50 instead of $11, unless you perhaps prefer Chris Brown’s “Royalty”, marked down to $5, the “Star Wars: The Force Awakens Original Motion Picture Soundtrack”, going for $5.75 after the instant cut, Justin Bieber’s $6.75 “Purpose (Deluxe)”, or Ariana Grande’s $2.50 “Christmas & Chill.”

What’s the catch, you ask? Well, you’ll need to pick just one album you want to apply the deduction to, so carefully consider both the economics and entertainment factor of your acquisition. Oh, yeah, and the best news by far is the promo will last until January 4 in the US, plus Australia, Brazil, Canada, Germany, France, Japan, Mexico, Russia, and the UK. Rock on, everybody!

Source: Google Play

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