If you reside in India, you'll now be able to get your hands on Google Play gift cards. The company has announced that the new cards will join prepaid vouchers at select outlets across India. The gift cards can be picked up at stores including Spice Hotspot, Vijay Sales, and Planet Mobile.
Posted by Dan Thorp-Lancaster on 8 Dec 2014 5:28 pm
If you happen to be in Turkey or South Korea and just can't wait to get your hands on a Google Play gift card, you can now snatch one up at retailers in the two countries. Cards purchased in Turkey will come in denominations of 25, 50, and 100 lira. In South Korea, you can snag the cards in denominations of ₩15,000, ₩30,000, ₩50,000, ₩100,000, and ₩150,000.
If you happen to be needing to buy Google Play gift cards while out and about in Mexico, you now can. Available in quantities of 200, 300, and 400 pesos (that's US$15.33-US$30.64), they're due to be sold at the physical retail locations of OXXO, Sólo Sanborns, Liverpool, Blockbuster (which is still apparently a thing in Mexico), Office Depot, Chedraui, and OfficeMax.
Fuente: Google Play
€15, €25 and €50 denominations being spotted in stores across the country
A quick heads up for our friends in Austria that Google Play gift cards look to be available there now. Even though Google hasn't updated its official support page to add Austria, the folks at Android Police have obtained an image from an Austrian who has obtained one of the new gift cards.
It was purchased apparently...
Digital coupon brings discounts to select retailers
Whether you are looking for a gift for someone else, or you just like a good deal yourself, you will want to check this out. Select retailers are offering a discount on Google Play gift cards to the user of a digital coupon. The current offer gets you $2.50 off of a $25 gift card and $5 off of a $50 gift card. While the discounts may not be...
¥1500 ($15) to ¥20,000 ($194) cards available
Japan has joined the exclusive list of countries offering Google Play gift cards for sale. According to Google's support site, the cards will be available in ¥1500 ($15) , ¥3,000 ($29), ¥5,000 ($49), ¥10,000 ($97), ¥15,000 ($146) and ¥20,000 ($195) denominations, making Japan's cards the most valuable.
The introduction of such a high denomination...
Google has finally made Google Play gift cards available for people in Canada. Denominations of $15, $25 and $50 (CAD) are available from selected retailers. The short list of where to buy them:
Shoppers Drug Mart
Google advises that while the cards have officially launched,...
There've been plenty of hints at Google Play gift cards landing in the UK since shortly after the U.S. launch. Today, on the service's first birthday, Google has announced that UK consumers will be able to buy the cards in £10, £25 and £50 denominations, with "all" Tesco and Morrisons stores stocking the cards "in the weeks ahead."
The cards work just the same as they do in the U.S. -- buy one,...
We're wrapping up the huge Stocking Stuffers giveaways, and we've got the final list of winners to announce. That'd be 16 winners of $10 Google Play gift cards, one Stocking Stuffer Nexus 4 winner, and one person who wins a bonus Nexus 4 because we felt like giving a second one away.
We had a great time handing out all the goodies, and we want to take one more chance to tell you guys that you're...
The Google Play gift card is an elusive beast. Supposedly available at big box stores like Walmart and Target, specialty stores like GameStop, even grocery stores and electronics stores like Kroger or Frys, but they sure are hard to find. At my local Target they had some in stock at the beginning of November, but right now they are all sold out. Of course sold out matters more when you know how...
Posted by Jerry Hildenbrand on 21 Aug 2012 11:02 pm
Some users with the 3.8.16 version of Google Play are seeing the "Redeem" entry show up in their menu, pushing us that much closer to live Google Play gift cards. This is happening with no hacking or tearing apart apk files, but not every phone is seeing it yet. Case in point -- my HTC One X has the right version, but the menu entry is missing, while my Galaxy Nexus has it.
We're pretty certain...