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Samsung offering $50 Play Store credit for buyers of the Galaxy Note 3

Galaxy Note 3 Play Store Credit

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has been a phenomenal success for the company ever since its launch in late September followed by the American release in early October. But we’re already heading into the holiday season, which is a time when manufacturers try to do everything they can to boost sales of their respective smartphones. And that’s exactly what Samsung is doing with its new Galaxy Note 3 promotion, where it is giving away a free $50 Google Play Store credit to anybody who merely purchases or already owns the smartphone. All the users have to do is head over to a website, input the smartphone’s credentials (IMEI, mobile number etc) and they’ll instantly receive a $50 credit to spend on content, apps or books of their choice on the Play Store.

This promotion is limited to the U.S. for now and will be available till the 6th of January. So there’s still plenty of time left to get your free $50 credit. Shortly after users input their credentials, they will receive an email confirming the legitimacy of the information submitted and the Play Store credit will reflect on their primary Google account. Head over to the link below and try it out if you own a Galaxy Note 3 in the U.S.

Source: Samsung

Via: Android Police

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  1. I agree. Got a Note 3. Spoke with an agent concerning the matter. Samung homeless ass can’t front the money to even last the entire promotion.All hype. like their accessories, also, oatmeal, lime, orange, blah blah blah…only color available (in U.S.) black and white. You SUCK SAMSUNG.

  2. This is crap that Samsung is now saying that they ran out of Google Play Store credits and are no longer honoring the $50 even though their sales people are still using that as a selling tool for their devices, and it was to run through January 2014. This is nothing but a bait and switch to be selling promotions that you are not willing to honor. I know it’s just $50 but it’s the principal of the matter. I guess it’s too much to ask the rich company of Samsung to buy more Play Store Credits. Damn you Samsung for lying to those who have spent hundreds of dollars to buy your products.

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