Samsung is giving US-based Galaxy Note 3 owners $50 in credit for the Google Play store

Samsung is giving US-based Galaxy Note 3 owners $50 in credit for the Google Play store

Note3_SPenHere’s a pretty sweet offer, which is sadly limited to the US. Samsung is offering any customer who bought the Galaxy Note 3 $50 in Google Play credit simply for owning the device.

Android Police has full details of the deal — which probably equates to more money than most people have ever spent on apps and games:

It’s easy – just hit up the website below and input your phone number, IMEI, and a few other bits of information. You should get a confirmation email, and not long after, an email with a code that can be redeemed in Google Play for $50 to put toward apps, games, music, and more.

The offer is good until January 6 2014, and helps recoup some of the $700 cost of the device.

Folks in the UK miss out on that deal, but one British retailer — Phones 4u — is offering a free Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 tablet (worth £150) to anyone who buys a Note 3 sold before 21 November. That’s quite neat too.

➤ Samsung Is Giving Galaxy Note 3 Owners $50 In Google Play Credit Just For Buying The Phone (US Only) [Android Police]

Our review: Samsung Galaxy Note 3: One of the best Android handsets money can buy, if you can hold it

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