Amazon and Google Are Offering $0.99 Movie Rentals

Jay Serafino
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The holidays are the best time to sit around and catch up on all of the movies you've missed out on over the past year, and now Amazon and Google are making sure that you don't need to break the bank to do so. Both companies are offering $0.99 movie rentals on tens of thousands of films across all genres.

Unlike a lot of sales that are limited to older titles or a select few films, you can get a massive discount on movies that barely just left theaters, like X-Men: Apocalypse, Jason Bourne and Suicide Squad. You can also use it on holiday classics like Elf (2003) or National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation (1989). 

To get the Amazon deal, all you need to do is use the promotional code MOVIE99 upon checking out. It's even easier for Google: the deal is automatically applied right at checkout. Both deals only allow one discounted rental per account, so choose wisely. Both sales expire on January 23, 2017.