Android Market offering entire albums for $1.99 this Cyber Monday

November 28, 2011

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How could we finish off Cyber Monday without taking advantage of another great deal in the Android Market? Well it turns out the it's offering entire select albums for $1.99 until 12am PST. Funny enough, if you click to view songs in the album - they still run at their original pricing.

For example, if you want to purchase Money (2011 - Remastered) from Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon album, you would still need to fork over $1.29 for the single. But for only 70 cents more you've got all 10 songs and a great deal to brag about. Other artists with discounted albums include (but are not limited to) Drake, Coldplay, Lady Gaga, Mariah Carey, Rihanna, and our absolute favorite Justin Bieber.

Google Music has really started with a boom, and if it becomes more popular I foresee us seeing even more deals on a regular basis. After all, artists on Google Music receive a much higher profit margin than say those using Apple's iTunes. And if none of the discounted albums strike your appeal, just keep your eye out for Google's free song of the day - you might just get lucky.

You've still got a few hours left before this deal leaves the table, so take advantage of it while you can!

[via Android Market: Music]

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  • Their service is lame-bought DSOTM. It tells you that you can download to your computer when making a purchase, but it fails to mention the fact you have to download one track at a time and add yourself to your music library. No way to download the entire album automatically, like Amazon does with music manager. I’ll have to declare Amazon the winner in online music sales due to this fact.

    • Anonymous

      Dude u dont have todownload music to ur phone. Tge 1st time u listen to a song it basically saves the song to ur phone for about a week or so as long as u listen to that song it wil stay on ur phone if u dont listen to it for about a week it basically erases it and u have to listen to it again