Deals: Free Four Month Apple Music Subscription, $4 Movie Tickets for T-Mobile Users, VAVA Dash Cam, and More

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LivingSocial has brought back a deal centering on Apple Music, which last appeared in November. With the offer, you can get a four month subscription to Apple's streaming music service for free, adding one extra month onto the existing three month free trial and saving you $9.99.

Like the previous offer, LivingSocial's deal is only available for new subscribers who sign up for individual membership plans on Apple Music.

In other deals from this week, T-Mobile recently announced a partnership with Twentieth Century Fox Film that will allow T-Mobile customers to get discounted tickets to five select movies in 2018. Starting on January 23, users will be able to purchase $4 movie tickets for Maze Runner: The Death Cure, and then later in the year for Red Sparrow, Deadpool 2, Alita: Battle Angel, and X-Men: Dark Phoenix. The promotion will be housed in the T-Mobile Tuesdays iOS and Android apps, and once the $4 tickets are claimed there, customers can redeem them through the Atom Tickets app [Direct Link].

Additionally, Amazon has a connected dashboard camera -- called the VAVA Dash Cam -- discounted for $99.99 with promo code VADASH01, down from $149.99. The camera captures 1080p 60fps videos in daytime and nighttime, includes 360-degree swivel coverage, can record in-car audio, and a connected steering wheel remote button lets you take instant snapshots and videos of events as they happen.

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The device is particularly aimed at unexpected accidents, with an iOS app able to save pictures and videos from the VAVA cam and make it easier to share with an insurance company. VAVA's Amazon promo code will expire on January 20 at 11:59 p.m. PT.

If you're looking for a slightly cheaper model, well-known brand Aukey has the Aukey Dash Cam for $64.99, although it lacks certain features like 360-degree view coverage. Aukey's model also includes a 2-inch LCD screen so you can replay captured videos directly on the device, since it doesn't support smartphone connectivity.

Finally, at Best Buy four models of the Apple Watch Series 2 have been marked down, focusing on the higher-end stainless steel cases with the Milanese Loop. Apple Watch Series 2 deals began appearing more often following the launch of the Series 3, but the best discounts mostly hit aluminum models. Now, Best Buy's latest stainless steel sale prices are matching the discounts previously seen during a sale from October 2017.

The retailer also has a special offer for those thinking about trading in their MacBook, with select working models earning up to $450, received in the form of a Best Buy gift card and available in-store only. Coupled with a discount of $150 to $200 off the latest MacBook Pro and MacBook Air models, there is potential for significant discounts on one of Apple's latest laptops.

For a longer list of this week's sales and discounts, head over to our full Deals Roundup.

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33 months ago
That dashcam looks like it can be converted into a popocam for when you get stopped. hehehe.
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33 months ago
Unfortunately these deals are never for returning subscribers...
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33 months ago
Only works for the US App Store, tried in the UK.
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33 months ago
Haven’t had to pay for Apple Music in a few months
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33 months ago

Deadpool 2

I can't wait!!
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33 months ago

Unfortunately these deals are never for returning subscribers...

Returning can get a month free.
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