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Google Play Book $5 Credit -YMMV

kooldudean 176 42 June 22, 2016 at 07:02 PM in Books (4)

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Last Edited by kooldudean June 22, 2016 at 07:05 PM
Got an email from google saying i have $5 in credit to buy a book from the google store.

Discover your next great read with a $5 credit towards your first book on Google Play! Choose from millions of titles, including bestsellers like A Court of Thorns and Roses and The Big Short: Inside the Doomsday Machine.

Get a $5 credit towards the price of any one book on Google Play. Your $5 credit will be applied at the payment screen. Redeem and use your offer by June 30, 2016 on Google Play from compatible Internet connected devices using a Google account. Offer limited to original recipients of promotional email.

Your discount will be applied at checkout. Limit 1 per user. Nontransferable. Only users who receive this promotional email offer from Google Play are eligible. No cash value. Valid in US only. Valid only on 1 book. Unused credit will be forfeited at checkout and may not be combined with multiple books or any other purchases. Cannot be used in conjunction with other offers or discounts, except Google Play Credits. Age restrictions apply. See Google Play Terms & Conditions and Google Play Promotional Balance Terms.
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Had already seen the offer in my gmail account - in case you are trying to figure who gets the offer, I purchase very little from the Google Play store, but I have a fair bit of free music and some apps, again mostly free. Planning on using this.

BTW my library had A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas (, and it was decent fantasy a step above YA but still definitely a light read. There is a sequal out. My daughter loves the author's Throne of Glass series, which is a somewhat bloodthirsty YA where the heroine is definitely no shrinking violet - if she's dressed up she is often planning on killing the guy, not romancing him though there are the obligatory romantic interests. Nono
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