Giveaway: Win 1 of 8 $25 Google Play Promo Codes, Just Because

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We are feeling good today, so let’s give away a few Google Play promo codes. These codes will allow the eight different winners to purchase whatever they might want on Google Play, including apps, games, movies, books, music, or whatever. It’s your money, do what you please.

We have $200 worth of codes up for grabs, split up in $25 increments. That is a total of eight winners. On Thursday (5/12) at 10am PST, we will choose our eight winners via Rafflecopter.

Let’s do this. 

Eight (8) individuals will win one (1) of eight (8) $25 Google Play promo codes. The codes are redeemable via Google Play’s desktop site or via a mobile device in the Google Play app.

We will contact our winners via email with their $25 code. Please see this list here to make sure you live in a country where Google Play credit is supported. If you do, you are free to enter.

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