Thursday , December 13 2018 Ausdroid » News » Google Pay gets you 20% off tickets to The Prodigy’s upcoming No Tourist’s tour

Google have always had a bunch of offers going to encourage adoption of Google Pay, and this one which we spotted this morning is a doozy, especially for fans of the music of my childhood (well, a part of it).

Among the “usual” promotions running at the moment, including a $10 gift voucher for use on the Play Store, or winning rewards by linking your Woolworths rewards card, there’s a discount for the upcoming tour of a favourite band of mine.

$20 off at the Iconic doesn’t really do a lot for me, but 20% off the upcoming tour from The Prodigy is actually quite a lot. Of course, The Prodigy doesn’t appeal to everyone, but fans of old-school UK rave scene music will probably be quite interested in this, as it’s been a while since The Prodigy graced our shores.

The process to claim the discount is very simple. From 10 December 2018, you can get 20% off tickets for The Prodigy through Ticketek, following these instructions:

  • Visit the Ticketek webpage for the tour
  • Pick your venue and date:
    • Thu 24 Jan – RAC Arena, Perth, WA
    • Sat 26 Jan – Bonython Park, Adelaide, SA
    • Fri 1 Feb – Melbourne Arena, VIC
    • Sat 2 Feb – Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney, NSW
  • Check out with Google Pay
  • Receive 20% off automatically

Remember, this starts from 10 December, so if you’re keen to get some Prodigy tickets, you might not want to wait; when we checked, general admission tickets in Sydney were already sold out, but there’s plenty (and by plenty, we mean probably just about all of the) seated tickets available.

Stock Image Credit: Liam Howlett and Keith Flint of The Prodigy (Yui Mok/PA).

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Chris has been at the forefront of smartphone reporting in Australia since smartphones were a thing, and has used mobile phones since they came with giant lead-acid batteries that were "transportable" and were carried in a shoulder bag.

Today, Chris publishes one of Australia's most popular technology websites, Ausdroid. His interests include mobile (of course), as well as connected technology and how it can make all our lives easier.

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