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Android apps are cheap, so even though most Liliputing readers who participated in our recent poll said they do occasionally spend money on apps, it could take a while to spend $60 in Google Play Store credit… if you spent it on apps alone.

But there’s a lot more than apps in the Play Store. You can also spend credit on movies, TV shows, magazines, DRM-free music, and more. So if you can pick up $60 worth of Play Store credit for $48, it’s kind of like getting $12 worth of digital content for free.

CostCo’s offering a pack of three $20 Play Store cards for $48. You can buy them all for yourself, or give them away as gifts. Either way, it’s a pretty good deal.

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Here are some of the day’s best deals.

You can find more bargains in our daily deals section.

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One reply on “Deals of the Day (2-12-2014)”

  1. You can buy hardware in the play store too so you could use these to get 20% off Nexus… ?

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