'Game of Thrones' Season 4 hits Google Play and Amazon just days after the TV finale

Matt Brian
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Matt Brian
June 19, 2014 8:55 AM
'Game of Thrones' Season 4 hits Google Play and Amazon just days after the TV finale

The fourth series of Game of Thrones came to its conclusion just a few days ago, but HBO isn't leaving anything to chance. Knowing that single episodes are smashing piracy records on Bittorrent, the company has quickly made the whole season available to download on both Google Play and Amazon. As it stands, Amazon is the best place to get your Lannister fix, pricing the full season at £16.99 for a standard definition copy and £23.99 for an HD download. Google, on the other hand, has it up for £18.49 and £24.49 respectively. If you're after individual episodes, prices start at £1.89 on both services, letting you witness some of the biggest battles (like the one pictured above) the seven kingdoms have ever seen.

Update: Tesco is hitting the launch hard too, offering Game of Thrones Season 4 for £17.99 in SD and £23.99 in HD. However, it's also throwing in 1,000 Tesco Clubcard points and a free 10" Finest pizza with every purchase.

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'Game of Thrones' Season 4 hits Google Play and Amazon just days after the TV finale