Google Play Gift Cards Launched In Canada

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Google Play Gift Cards just launched in Canada and buy at local stores nearby. Just give a ring to a local store and visit sine Google play gift card just launched at some places it might not be available for now.. As the android OS booming and demand of paid apps, books, movies, music also increase. Thus, Gift cards come so handily  and we can send the gift cards to anyone so that they can enjoy the free credits to purchase the apps, books etc..

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To Search for the store,

Click the link here: http://play.google.com/intl/en_ca/about/giftcards/

Search for the nearest store and give a ring before going to the store, so that you can find the availability of the gift cards instead of wasting time in the journey.

  • You can redeem gift cards  either on the web or android devices without the need of any credit card.
  • The best part is that the gift cards have No Expiry :D. So you can redeem it later as well.

Note: Google play gift cards cannot be redeemed for android app subscription, magazine subscriptions and hardware and accessory purchases.




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4 thoughts on “Google Play Gift Cards Launched In Canada

  1. Now I can consider getting an android device this fall. This is just
    sweet. Will we be able to purchase everything in the stores or just
    music. I know Apple had limits on their cards when they came out and you
    couldn’t buy apps or games with them at first.

    • Yeah, Lot of amazing android gadgets releasing every month. Android is good to go and regarding the gift cards , ” Google play gift cards cannot be redeemed for android app subscription, magazine subscriptions and hardware and accessory purchases.” So remaining you can buy .

  2. Great, it would be
    nice to have Google Voice and not have to do all the work arounds to get it.

  3. It took Google how many years to start selling Google Play gift cards? … And once more, Canada being their closest neighbour is still forgotten.

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