Google Announces Google Play Gift Cards

August 22, 2012 -

If you've longed for using currency that doesn't come at the expense of your credit card on Google Play, then you'll be delighted to hear that Google has officially announced the availability of Google Play gift cards.

Those cards, which come in increments of $10, $25 and $50, will make their way to such retailers as Target, RadioShack and GameStop in the United States over the next few weeks. Google says that these cards will be available on Walmart.com later this month, but not in Walmart stores for some reason.

The cards can be used to buy Android apps, e-books, music, and make in-app purchases.

Source: Engadget

 


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Re: Google Announces Google Play Gift Cards

So, I'm going to go online to buy a gift card with a credit card so I don't have to use my credit card online?

Re: Google Announces Google Play Gift Cards

The article says they will be available at stores like Target. So you can toss one into your cart along with your other shopping.

I like this idea as it allows people to give gifts to other people with Android phones. I would certainly appreciate a gift to use on my phone.

 
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