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Whether you just bought Google’s new Chromecast 2.0 Chromecast 2.0: What's New? Chromecast 2.0: What's New? The aptly named Chromecast 2.0 is Google's first major revision to the device since it was first released all the way back in July 2013. What's new? Read More or are still rolling with the old model, there’s no question that the Chromecast is a great device for all your streaming needs. It’s certainly worth the small price tag, but there’s even more value in the device that you probably aren’t taking advantage of.

Once you set up your Chromecast How to Set Up Your New Google Chromecast How to Set Up Your New Google Chromecast If you own a brand new Chromecast but have no idea how to use it, let our easy-to-follow guide help you get started in mere minutes. Read More , you become eligible for several free offers from Google.

How to take advantage: Head to the Chromecast offers page if you’re on a desktop. With Android or iOS, you’ll need to open the Chromecast app, select your device, and choose “Check for Offers” in the top-right menu.

You’ll have to share your Chromecast’s info with Google before you can browse the available perks.

Depending on when and where you bought your Chromecast, these offers could include free trials to services like Hulu Plus, an extended free trial of Google Play Music, or even Google Play credit for buying music and apps. They’re updated often, so check back every month or so to ensure you don’t miss any goodies.

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If you haven’t built up much of a media collection yet, these free trials are a great way to test out your Chromecast and decide which services might be worth subscribing to.

What Chromecast freebies were available for you? What services would you like to see offered in the future? Let us know if you got anything interesting below!

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  1. Peter Fitzsimmons
    October 29, 2015 at 7:53 pm

    Bought a chromecast ages ago when they were on sale but never found a use for it. Might have to dig out of my gadget drawer and plug it in. Don't want to miss out on freebies!

  2. Erin
    October 29, 2015 at 2:14 pm

    Its really cool of Google to do this. But, there is a limit to how many movie rental codes you can redeem per account. Once you meet your limit, which I think is five, you can never redeem those codes again, no matter if you keep receiving new ones. The only work around is to sign on with another email address. I think that's really stupid. If there's a limit, then the offers shouldn't show up.

    • Ben Stegner
      October 29, 2015 at 2:30 pm

      I didn't know they put a limit on that; that's a shame. Hopefully they add some other goodies that aren't limited like this.

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