+ Wednesday January 23rd, 2019 Ausdroid » Mobiles » Apps, Games & Google Services » PSA: Redeem your Google Play Credit from Nestlé Australia by May 31st or lose it.

Android Kit Kat
Just when you thought that the Google/Nestlé Australia KitKat promotion was over there’s just one more thing as a certain tech company likes to say at their launches. This afternoon, Nestlé Australia began sending out emails to entrants in their promotion to remind them that their Google Play vouchers won during the competition would expire on the 31st of May.

The email also advises that the credit once activated will last until the 31st of January 2015 :

Good Afternoon,

We are sending you this email as you were one of the lucky winners of our KIT KAT Android promotion in October- December 2013.

As a winner of one of the $5 Google play credits, you should have received an email with your Google play credit code.

We hope you have activated your Google Play credit and enjoyed one of the many apps that Google Play has to offer. If you have not used your Google play credit as yet, you will need to activate your code to your Google play account by the 31st May 2014 or your code will expire.

Once you have activated your code, the credit will be available until 31st January 2015.

To redeem your code, visit www.play.google.com/redeem

Have a great day and remember … HAVE A BREAK, HAVE A KIT KAT®!

Kind Regards,

With plenty of content on Google Play to choose from (minus subscriptions and hardware obviously), there’s no shortage of choices to spend $5 or more worth of credit on. If you do have credit still to redeem, head over to Google Play and redeem the code (or send it to us here at Ausdroid where I’ll give it a good home).

Daniel Tyson   Ausdroid's Editor in Chief

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