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Google Play Movie Rental: Any One Movie Of Your Choice - $0.99 [YMMV - SELECTED GOOGLE ACCOUNTS]

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Play.Google.com is offering Any One Movie Rental Of Your Choice for $0.99.

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*Valid for one $0.99 USD movie rental from eligible titles on Google Play. Open to participants who receive a promotional code from Google Play. Offer ends September 3, 2017. Discount applied at checkout. Redeem by September 3, 2017. Limit 1 per user. Valid in United States only. Google Payments account required. Age restrictions apply. See Google Content Promotion Terms and Google Play Terms for more information. Promoter: Google Inc, 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA

[Update] Extended offer #2 can also be seen after logging to Google Account - $0.99 or $1.49 (If you haven't received any email for Original offer (redeem by 9/3) for movie rental - you might want to check to login with your google account and see this offer )

Discount will be added to "Account => Rewards" and applied at checkout. Watch anywhere, including offline, on your mobile, laptop, tablet, and supported Android devices. Redeem your offer by October 13, 2017. Valid in the US. Limit 1 per user. Promoter: Google Inc., 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA.
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When I clicked on the link, I got a movie rental for $1.49. Not bad. Thanks.
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When I clicked on the link, I got a movie rental for $1.49. Not bad. Thanks.
Same here. Offer ends 10/13. I'll hold off for now.
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I rented Kong: Skull Island for 99¢ in 4K HDR & on Google Play Music it says that it's available for UHD playback on Chromecast Ultra & Android TV. Now I have an LG 4K HDR OLED 3D Smart TV with WebOS 3.0 which has a Google Play Movies app. When I play it back it doesn't say what resolution it's playing in, however I don't think it's playing in 4K cause it doesn't look 4K, but also because the HDR or Dolby Vision logo didn't pop-up on the top right corner of my screen. Now I wanna buy Wonder Woman in 4K HDR on Google Play Movies, but now I have to go buy a Chromecast Ultra or maybe an NVIDIA Shield Android TV box which I don't have money for. I don't see why Google can't send updates to all Google Play Movies apps on 4K Smart TVs, whether it's LG's WebOS, Samsung's TizenOS or Roku Smart TVs. Any 4K HDR Smart TV that has a Google Play Movies app should'be able to playback movies in 4K HDR. Come on Google, Vudu does that! I'm gonna try playing it back on YouTube, which is what I usually do because I like their Interface better, plus stats for nerds will tell me the exact resolution it's playing at.

Edit: Actually I didn't pay anything for it because I received a $1 Google Play credit last week on Slickdeals.
Edit: Just tried playing it back on YouTube, had no luck it only played back at 1080p@24Hz. Now I gotta purchase Wonder Woman in 4K HDR Dolby Vision on Vudu until I buy a Chromecast Ultra.
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In theory, you can do this endless amount of times. Just keep making Gmail's. I logged into play store on each account and got each got the offer via the store.
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I rented Kong: Skull Island for 99¢ in 4K HDR & on Google Play Music it says that it's available for UHD playback on Chromecast Ultra & Android TV. Now I have an LG 4K HDR OLED 3D Smart TV with WebOS 3.0 which has a Google Play Movies app. When I play it back it doesn't say what resolution it's playing in, however I don't think it's playing in 4K cause it doesn't look 4K, but also because the HDR or Dolby Vision logo didn't pop-up on the top right corner of my screen. Now I wanna buy Wonder Woman in 4K HDR on Google Play Movies, but now I have to go buy a Chromecast Ultra or maybe an NVIDIA Shield Android TV box which I don't have money for. I don't see why Google can't send updates to all Google Play Movies apps on 4K Smart TVs, whether it's LG's WebOS, Samsung's TizenOS or Roku Smart TVs. Any 4K HDR Smart TV that has a Google Play Movies app should'be able to playback movies in 4K HDR. Come on Google, Vudu does that! I'm gonna try playing it back on YouTube, which is what I usually do because I like their Interface better, plus stats for nerds will tell me the exact resolution it's playing at.

Edit: Actually I didn't pay anything for it because I received a $1 Google Play credit last week on Slickdeals.
Edit: Just tried playing it back on YouTube, had no luck it only played back at 1080p@24Hz. Now I gotta purchase Wonder Woman in 4K HDR Dolby Vision on Vudu until I buy a Chromecast Ultra.
I believe there's a restriction on the hardware itself. e.g. Roku 3 won't play 1080p 60 fps on YT at all.
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I believe there's a restriction on the hardware itself. e.g. Roku 3 won't play 1080p 60 fps on YT at all.
That sucks, my YouTube app does. But that's bullshit right, every Google Play Movies app on every 4K HDR Smart TV regardless of Smart TV OS should'be able to playback 4K HDR movies. I mean, what's the point of offering 4K HDR rentals & purchases if playback in that format is completely limited? This is bullshit, I have a decent Google Play Movies library, all in FHD, but now I have a 4K HDR TV & I'm already heavily invested in Google's ecosystem & want to continue purchasing from them. I have a decent Vudu library as well, but I prefer Google Play Movies because Vudu uses almost exclusively the Dolby Vision HDR standard instead of HDR10. And I know HDR Dolby Vision is technically superior to HDR10, but I think HDR10 looks better right now because HDR10 is meant for a 10-Bit color panel as where Dolby Vision is meant to be displayed on a set with a much more advanced 12-Bit color panel, which currently do not exist at the moment.
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