Thursday , August 24 2017

Google’s first new Chromecast promotion in months offers a free month of Netflix….which Netflix gives anyone

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We’ve seen some pretty good deals as Chromecast owners since Google launched the dongles here in Australia – several $6 Google Play credits, months of free Google Play Music and of course free movie rentals and movies. It’s been months since we saw a new offer, but a new one there is now, but don’t get too excited because it’s pretty lame.

The Chromecast support page is now showing that if you have a Chromecast you can redeem a whole month of Netflix for free – of course only available to new subscribers. The unexciting part is, if you head to the Netflix website, even without a Chromecast you can still get a month of Netflix free for new subscribers. There’s the usual terms and conditions, but that’s the crux of the offer.

Google has partnered with vendors before – Crunchyroll, Deezer, Spotify etc. and this strikes me more a promotion of a service than a promo in terms of a giveaway. Netflix is pretty good, and their Chromecast support is awesome so it’s understandable.

If you’re determined to grab a free month of Netflix via your Chromecast offers page, head to chromecast.com/offers while on the same network as your Chromecast and claim your ‘prize’. While you’re there you can still grab that 90-day Google Play Music offer that’s been there probably since the launch of the original Chromecast as well – but remember it’s for new subscribers only.

 
Source: Chromecast offers.

Daniel Tyson   Editor

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