Google hasn’t officially announced it, but if you own a Chromecast and check this offers page, there’s a good chance you’ll see a $6 Google Play Store credit available. I did just that and got the $6 added to my account to “enjoy a Valentine’s Day rental,” although it can be used for any media or app purchase in the Play Store. I’d also recommend bookmarking the Chromecast offers page and checking it from time to time. Between this and other offers Google has provided previously, they’ve paid for my Chromecast at least two times over.
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