Also you should periodically check the Chromecast offer link here- Chromecast Offers, I’ve redeemed a bunch of stuff for free over the past 6 months. Bookmark that Chromecast Offers link, and check it often, it’s always got more free rewards it seems, every time I click on it.
I think the $35 Chromecast is an absolute steal and no brainer. 95% of my TV viewing for the past year has been Netflix ($9 a month) or Hulu Plus ($9 a month) through the Chromecast dongle. Much like UBER is revolutionizing the local transportation game, Chromecast and streaming TV is revolutionizing TV viewing. Chromecast is an absolute monster in what it can do for such little money.
Loves me some Chromecast. if you don’t have one you can get one on Amazon right now for $32.11 here
So I thought I’d pass on this offer I read about this morning on Google+-
These are the current offers this morning-
I’ve redeemed the latest free movie rental and the Valentine’s Day movie rental WITH a $6 Google Play credit. So the Chromecast I paid $35 for actually after credits is almost free and the offers show up ALL the time.
Such a NO-Brainer.
Google isn’t just using Chromecast Offers to reward existing users, the company’s also loading it with freebies in an effort to more households to get one. For instance, if you buy a Chromecast from March 20th to April 19th, you’ll get $80 worth of rewards. Namely, three months of subscription to Play Music, one month of Qello Concerts, three months of DramaFever, three months of Sesame Street GO and a free movie rental from Play Movies. While Google has reportedly sold over 10 million streaming sticks last year, having more users means getting more leverage when negotiating with content providers. That, in turn, could lead to bigger rewards or exclusive deals similar to Apple TV’s HBO Now offering.