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The Google Play gift card saga continues to roll for eager potential UK based customers, with this latest information appearing on the Google Play support pages. There's no telling at the moment just how long this information has been there, but what it confirms is the amounts we'll -- eventually -- be able to purchase. And it isn't in anyway a surprise. 

It seems that the UK price structure will follow an almost identical numerical scheme to the U.S. cards, with £10, £25 and £50 cards to be available. No £15 one, but that's not a disaster. 

Considering the first signs of a UK launch were seen back in December, the fact we're yet to see these on UK shelves is still somewhat frustrating. Missing the holiday shopping period could be seen as something of a fail on Google's part, but at this point we'll take them when we can get them. 

via Redmond Pie

 

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UK pricing for Google Play gift cards appears, actual cards still M.I.A.

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Nice to have it here in the UK now (or soonish) but I'd prefer being able to gift the actual app to someone, like you can gift a game in steam for example.

They're here in the UK now, just today (13th March) I bought one in my local Tesco shop (UK Midlands). I've no idea when they came in, but I'm pretty sure they weren't there last week.