Get $6 in Google Play Credit for free from Google

Starting today Google is offering Chromecast owners a $6 credit to redeem for use on Google Play. This Valentine’s Day gift can be had if you have or own a Google Chromecast. The credit can be used to purchase almost anything on Google Play, which includes apps, movies, music, books, and more. The only exclusions are devices, but still a great gift for the holiday.

Steps you will need to redeem:

  1. Have or own a Google Chromecast
  2. It must be discoverable/ready to cast on the same network
  3. Navigate in your browser to Chromecast’s offer page

There are other offers you can pick from for example EPIX NHL free trial, the first X-Men movie for free on Google Play, 3 free months of DramaFever, and 90 days of unlimited music on Google Play.

Google gifts

I happen to have two Google Chromecasts at my disposal and I was successful in redeeming $12 of credit as you see in the picture beneath. If you happen to have more than me lying around feel free to let us know how much credit you received in the comment section down below!

Google $6 to $12

It’s never too late to grab a Chromecast! They are only on average $35 from a variety of places like Google Play, Best Buy, and Amazon. Save tax and shipping costs when ordering from Amazon.

Product Link

 Redeem | Google Play

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