Here's a way to get the entire Super Mario Run game without paying a cent

Here's a way to get the entire Super Mario Run game without paying a cent
Where there's a will, there is a way. Let's say that you love playing Super Mario Run. But as you know, only a small part of the title is free and the price for access to the remaining parts of the game is $9.99. Suppose for one reason or another, you don't want to lay out that $9.99. It could be that the purchase takes you out of your budget, or perhaps you refuse to pay as a matter of principle. Is there a way around paying for the whole game?

The answer is actually "no." But suppose we told you how to obtain a $10 iTunes gift cards for the low, low price of $0. There is an app available for iOS and Android that is called Cash for Apps. With this app, you receive a certain number of points for simply downloading an app on your mobile device. Accumulate enough points, and you can receive a $10 iTunes card for free. And you can use that card toward the purchase of Super Mario Run.

To give you an example about how this works, obtaining a $10 iTunes gift card requires 3000 points. Downloading Twitter and Spotify brings in 284 points each. Once you get to 3000 points, you receive a code that you have ten days to redeem. First step is to install Cash for Apps, which you can do by clicking on the sourcelink.


source: CashForApps via RedmondPie

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