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Google’s All Access music service lets you stream millions of songs on-demand to a web browser or mobile device. The company offers a 30 day free trial, and starting next month users will be able to keep going after the free month is up by paying $9.99 per month.

But Google’s offering a discount for early adopters, and anyone who starts a free trial by June 30th, 2013 will only have to pay $7.99 per month.

Time’s running out on that promotion, and it costs nothing to start the trial, so you might want to think about doing that before the end of the month.

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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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4 replies on “Deals of the Day (6-26-2013)”

  1. Beware of Adata rebates. You may get a invalid UPC code notice instead of a rebate!

  2. “Samsung Chromebook X300 for $250 – Amazon”

    It’s a ChromeBOX.

    I hope you don’t think I’m picking on you. I really enjoy your site. And I realize how difficult it is to put up all this info. Just want to contribute to making it better.

  3. No. I know all the cool kids are doing it and all, but I won’t pay a monthly tithe to the music industry to listen to music. I still remember when radio was actually useful. And if I am going to let anybody harvest my listening preferences it won’t be Google/NSA.

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