Thursday , October 18 2018 Ausdroid » Smart Accessories » Around the Home » Google is now offering 15% off an NBA League Pass for Australian, German, Canadian and Japanese Chromecast owners

Chromecast offers
If you received a Google Chromecast for Christmas and you’re an NBA fan, you’re in for a deal with Google offering a 15% discount for an NBA League Pass.

To access the deal, simply load up the Chromecast offers page on a computer attached to the same wifi network and head to Chromecast.com/offers, or open your Chromecast app on your Android device, select the appropriate Chromecast – this is an Australian only offer, so if you imported your Chromecast from the US it won’t work – then hit the overflow menu and select ‘Check for Offers’. The offer is open to New Subscribers only, with two packages available: NBA League Pass, or NBA League Pass Premium, depending on which features you’re looking for.

NBA League Pass NBA League Pass Premium
AUD$269.99 Annual membership AUD$329.99 Annual membership
AUD$30.99 Monthly membership AUD$36.99 Monthly membership


The Google Chromecast offers support page outlines the deal :

Offer only available to new NBA LEAGUE PASS subscribers in Germany, Canada, Japan and Australia. Subscription discount may be applied to the regular annual or monthly fee plus applicable tax. Credit card required for redemption. This NBA LEAGUE PASS discount can’t be redeemed for cash, resold, or combined with any other special free offers. For complete NBA LEAGUE PASS terms of use, please visit https://watch.nba.com/nba/termsofuse.htm.

The existing Chromecast offers: $6 in Google Play Credit, a free copy of the X-Men movie, 2 Months of Foxtels Presto streaming service or 90 Days of Google Play Music subscription are still active and accessible, if you haven’t already redeemed them.

Source: Chromecast Offers.

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$200-$300ish dollars?! Yikes that’s just crazy expensive.

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Thanks I didn’t know about those offers. I’ve taken up the Presto offer now.

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I bought a chromecast yesterday from jbhifi. Best $49 I’ve soent. Dissipointed that no one was selling cheaper for Boxing Day.

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