Looking to stay updated on whats going on in the world? Then you should check out this promotion going on. Right now, Google Play is offering a free 6 month subscription to the Washington post!
The Washington Post is a well known American based newspaper that is constantly up to date on all the most recent stories. If you’re tired of trying to get information from random blog sites, try out this awesome deal! This deal lasts until December 31, 2018 so make sure you take advantage of it while you still can!
Google Play Store Discount Promotion
- Promotion: Free 6 month subscription to the Washington Post
- Expiration: December 31, 2018
- Availability: Nationwide
- Terms & Conditions: Valid through 12/31/18. Available through Google Play. Terms and conditions apply.
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- Sign into your Google Play account.
- Check your email for this promotion
- The subject line is: “Google Play perk: read The Washington Post free for 6 months”
- Check out the email and get your free 6 months subscription!
Looking to see some news from a well established newspaper? Well, you’re in luck! Right now, Google Play is offering a free 6 month subscription to the Washington post! The Washington Post is a well respected newspaper the comes at a cost to access. This offer is a great way to bypass the monthly fee for a short time. This offer expires on December 31, 2018 so act fast! Want more ways to save? Check out our frequently updated listings on how to save money this season!
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