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This article was published on August 21, 2012


Google officially announces physical Google Play gift cards at Target, GameStop and RadioShack

Google officially announces physical Google Play gift cards at Target, GameStop and RadioShack
Matthew Panzarino
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Google has today officially announced its lineup of physical Google Play gift cards at Target, GameStop and RadioShack stores. The cards will be coming in $10, $25 and $50 denominations and Walmart.com will begin shipping them later this month.

The cards can be used to purchase misc, movies, books, apps and such from the Google Play store and, interestingly, can also be used to buy in-app purchases from apps directly, something that iTunes Gift Cards cannot be used for.

The cards were previously rumored when evidence of them was found in an APK update back in August. Android Central came up with shots of the $10 and $25 cards just a few days ago.

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