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Australian Google Play Gift Cards
We get some pretty decent pricing on Google Play for some content but it’s always nicer to get it cheaper so why not stock up on Google Play Gift Cards at 20% off this week at Coles.

In their catalogue which starts tomorrow on the 28th of September and runs through until the 4th of October, Coles is offering 20% off any Google Play Gift Cards sold. Google Play Gift Cards are sold in Australia in $20, $30 or $50 face value, working out to be $16, $24 or $40 respectively, a healthy discount in anyone’s language. There is a limit of 5 per customer.


You can’t unfortunately purchase Google Play Gift Cards from Coles online, so you’ll have to visit a store. The usual Google Play Gift Card terms and conditions apply – the main one being you can’t purchase hardware with them.

If you’re looking to get some Christmas shopping done early, then a Google Play Gift Card is always a welcome addition to any Christmas stocking. Head in to a Coles store tomorrow to grab them.

Source: Coles.

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So I think this is true but could I use these cards to pay for my Youtube Red subscription?


Thanks. Mostly will pick up two 50$.

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