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Costco saves you money on the purchase of a $100 Google Play code and a $50 gift card

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Costco saves you money on the purchase of a $100 Google Play code and a $50 gift card
If you're a Costco member, the wholesale warehouse club is giving you the opportunity to purchase Google Play codes at a discount. Normally, Costco sells a $100 code for $92.99. That is a $7.01 or 7.01% haircut. But from now until April 16th, Costco will take off an additional $10, which means it will sell you a $100 code for $82.99. That is a $17.01 or 17.01% discount. Codes arrive via email.

If you use Google Play codes often, this is a great deal. You can use the credits to buy paid apps, or to pay for content like songs, movies, television shows and books. You can even use it toward subscriptions to Google services like YouTube Red. Remember though, you have to be a Costco member to take advantage of the deal. Membership costs $55 a year.

While the $100 codes are available online only, you can purchase a $50 Google Play gift card online or in the store. The gift card is being offered at a discount of between $5 and $7.50 off the regular price. That works out to a 10% to 15% discount. Purchase the card at a Costco store, and you will have it in your hands immediately.

If you often make purchases from the Google Play Store, this is an opportunity to pick up some paid apps on the cheap using the discounted codes or gift card. If you're interested in taking Costco up on this deal, and you are a member, click on the sourcelink. Keep in mind that you cannot use either the codes or the gift card toward the purchase of any device on sale at the Google Store.


source: Costco via AndroidPolice

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