This Google Play gift card deal scores you a free $10 Best Buy gift card today

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Over at Best Buy, you can snag a free $10 Best Buy gift card when you buy a $100 Google Play gift card. If you're already paying for a bunch of subscriptions through Google Play every month or if you buy a lot of apps, games, and in-app purchases, this is basically $10 free to spend on anything else of your choosing at Best Buy. Both of the gift cards are delivered digitally by email so you can put them to use straight away. You'll see the digital Best Buy card automatically added to your cart for the sweet, sweet price of $0.

Buying this Google Play gift card gets you a free $10 Best Buy gift card right now. If you're already paying for stuff through Google Play regularly, why not snag some savings in the meantime? Both gift cards are digital for ease of use.

Google Play is the cornerstone of Google's ecosystem of content and has become a critical part of Android. It reaches almost all of Android and through Play Services is capable of fixing many of Android's problems, especially in regards to updates and security. Google Play also is a content library and ecosystem that is accessible on more platforms than almost any other.

Born as the Android Market, it's grown from just a home for apps and is now the one-stop shop for applications, books, movies, music, TV shows — basically anything and everything that you can buy and use on your Android phone or tablet. You can redeem the Google Play gift card in your Google Play account and use it for these purchases until it runs out.

With the amount of time we're about to spend indoors, it makes sense to have a bunch of games and media lined up to keep you entertained. Stuck for what to spend your new gift card on? Fear not as we have prepared our lists of the best Android games and best Android apps to help you out. You'll find recommendations for various game genres in there as well as the best apps in every category.

Adam Oram
Adam Oram is a Senior Writer at iMore. He studied Media at Newcastle University and has been writing about technology since 2013. He previously worked as an Apple Genius and as a Deals Editor at Thrifter. His spare time is spent watching football (both kinds), playing Pokémon games, and eating vegan food. Follow him on Twitter at [@adamoram](