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Google really wants you to use Chromecast. Over the past few months, they’ve pushed all kinds of offers and promotions to spread awareness and boost adoption numbers, including a free Chromecast with Sling TV bundle and a $20 credit to those who buy a new Chromecast.
Not only that, but once you have a Chromecast of your own, you become eligible for several other freebies and benefits. If you don’t have a Chromecast yet, there has never been a better time to dive in as Google now has yet another promotion on the table.
The offer is simple: Google will send a promo code to anyone who uses Android Pay at least 10 times between now and February 29. This code can then be redeemed for a free 2nd-generation Chromecast.
The code itself won’t expire until March 31, but will only be applicable while supplies last.
Android Pay is what Google Wallet used to be, a mobile payment method that allows you to pay with your smartphone instead of a credit card. (Google Wallet is now a separate app for person-to-person money transfers and has nothing to do with payment at a merchant.)
Note: This offer is only available to those in the United States. Also, payments only count towards the 10 requirement if they’re made at least five minutes apart.
A lot of people are still reluctant to use mobile payments over cash, and if you’re one of them, this promotion may be enticing enough to get you to install and use Android Pay. After all, the Chromecast is one of the best media streaming devices on the market today.
Is the promise of a free Chromecast enough to get you to try Android Pay? What are your thoughts on the Chromecast? Or even Android Pay? Let us know in the comments below!