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That's entertainment - at prices that will be music to your ears

Jonathan Campbell rounds up the best deals on the web and the high street

Get a free album when you buy a Google Play gift card
Jonathan Campbell

- ANDROID phone users, listen up: Spend £10 or more on a Google Play gift card at Tesco by September 4 and when you or the recipient redeem it, you can download one of about 30 selected albums worth up to £8.99 for free.

Titles include New Eyes by Clean Bandit, Drones by Muse and, on the back-catalogue side of things, Blue by Joni Mitchell and The Smiths' eponymous album.

You must redeem the card within 30 days of purchase to claim your freebie and the offer is limited to one per user.

Also, don't forget that for every £50 worth of gift cards you buy at Tesco in a single transaction (excluding the supermarket's own-brand cards, Xbox cards, F&F cards and Blinkbox cards) you'll receive 150 bonus Clubcard points. That's an ongoing deal.

- Get three months of the Deezer Premium+ music streaming service free by registering at https://www.deezer.com/offers/?referer=sonos. Cancel before the trial period is up; otherwise you will be billed £9.99 per month thereafter.

The offer is open to new and existing customers, as long as you don't have an active subscription.

You may need to access your account on a computer if and when you want to cancel. Some users report that it's tricky to do so on a phone or tablet.

- Got a Samsung phone or tablet? Log into the My Samsung app and (depending on your device type) you might find a special offer code entitling you to a three-month Now TV Movies subscription for a total of £9.99 (billed at £3.33 per month).

The code must be used by December 20 and once the promotional period has finished, you will be automatically billed at the usual rate of £9.99 per month. If you haven't got Now TV but you have a compatible device, you can sign up for a free two-week trial at www.nowtv.com.

j.campbell@irishnews.com

Details accurate at time of going to print. Offers subject to availability. If you see a TinyURL link in this article, it's just a convenient way of redirecting you to a web page that would otherwise have a long address.

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