Friday 24 August 2012

Google Play gift cards official, available in $10, $25 and $50 denominations

Google has officially announced the Play Store gift cards. These cards are now available in United States at select retailers such as GameStop, Target and RadioShack.  Company is yet to announce the global availability of these cards including India.

The cards will also be sold from starting later this month.

These gift cards can be used to purchase music, movies, e-books, apps, games and more from the Google Play Store. Consumers can also use them to purchase in-app goods.

Denominations: $10, $25 and $50

Gift cards are certainly good news for consumers, as these will also allow consumers without plastic money to purchase content from Play Store.

Play Store team on Google+:

Over the next few weeks we’ll be rolling out Google Play gift cards in stores across the U.S. We’ve teamed up with Target, +GameStop and +RadioShack to offer $10, $25 and $50 Google Play gift cards, and will start offering them later this month. You can use them to purchase your favorite music, movies, books, apps, games and more. You can even use them to purchase in-app goods in your favorite games. Or buy one for someone special.

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