HTC Offering $25 Google Play Credit With HTC One Purchase Between Now And July 15th

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Good news for HTC One buyers as the manufacturer has opened up a special promotion offering a $25 Google Play credit with the purchase of any One device between now and July 15th. The process of claiming the credit is very simple, just buy the device prior to July 15th, register your device and then redeem your offer at Google Play once you receive the promo code.

The offer is good for any purchases made between June 14th and July 15th with Google Play credits redeemable up to November 30th of this year. Purchase registration happens at www.htc.com/us/googleplay/redeem and is limited to one registration per account. Codes will be delivered via email within 72 hours of registration.

That sounds like a pretty decent offer for anyone purchasing the HTC One, I mean who wants to pass up $25 worth of free Google Play credits?

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  • freeismylife

    This is the correct link to the $25 offer https://us.htc.com/googleplay/

  • http://www.phonewbie.com/ www.phonewbie.com

    Samsung is giving away a Jay-Z album, HTC is giving away $25 credit. HTC loses in this comparison, even though $25>an album

    • 21stNow

      That’s funny! Thanks for the laugh today.

    • Nick Gonzalez

      LOL!!!

    • g2a5b0e

      Not so sure that I agree with that. Every One buyer for the next month gets $25 to use in the Play Store. Awesome. 1 million S3, Note 2, & S4 owners get a chance to download the new Jay-Z album for free. Let’s do the math on that. There are 70 million+ S3 owners, 20 million+ Note 2 owners, & 15 million+ S4 owners out there. Considering the overages, there probably at least 110 million owners spread out over all three devices out there. Even if this promotion is only limited to certain territories, the chance of being one of the first million doesn’t sound that great. And that’s if you even care about this album. Everyone can use Play Store credits. Not everyone gives a sh*t about Jay-Z, in which case, this contest means nothing to you.

      • http://www.phonewbie.com/ www.phonewbie.com

        Sorry for making you do all of that math cuz I didn’t clearly state my point.

        My point was that although a $25 credit is worth more than a $12 album, in terms of marketing, the album offer will have a better impact.

        1. Many blogs and media outlets will cover the Jay-Z offer before they mention the HTC offer due to his celebrity status.
        2. I posted both articles simultaneously on my facebook page and NO ONE has clicked on the HTC offer yet
        3. I can make more points but you get what i’m saying: They loss the marketing battle although their offer is better. (my opinion)

        • g2a5b0e

          Believe me. I completely understood the point you were making & I agree. I was just talking in terms of practicality for the consumer. Besides, there’s no need for apologies. Math is something I enjoy very much & adding 3 figures definitely isn’t what I would call very much of it.

        • http://www.phonewbie.com/ www.phonewbie.com

          oh ok, got it.

  • Manny

    Cool, been thinking bout buying one.

  • TheCudder

    I purchased my HTC One a month ago and I just received my promo code today after registering my device Monday (17 June)

    • remister

      I got my email today also!