$25 Google Play credit offer for Nexus 7 ends Sept. 30th

When Google announced its plans for the quad-core Android 4.1 tablet the Nexus 7 in June, it said that for a limited time it would give people who bought the tablet from them a $25 credit for the Google Play store, making the $199.99 tablet an even better value.

When the company said that the offer would be for a limited time, they really meant it. While the Nexus 7 went on sale just two months ago or so, the $25 Google Play credit offer will come to an end very soon. In a post from the official Google Nexus Twitter account, the company said it won't offer the credit for new Nexus 7 purchases after September 30th.

Google also said it would give all Nexus 7 owners a free downloadable copy of the movie Transformers: Dark of the Moon in a deal that's separate from the Google Play credit. There's no word if the free movie offer will end as well by the end of the month.

Source: Google Nexus on Twitter | Image via Google

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On a somewhat unrelated note, it's funny that we get charged €199 for the Nexus7 yet we only get €20 on Google Play credit.

Exchange rate consistency FTW.

ichi said,
On a somewhat unrelated note, it's funny that we get charged €199 for the Nexus7 yet we only get €20 on Google Play credit.

Exchange rate consistency FTW.

We get charged £159 and get £15 credit, which is nearly the same (actually slightly less).

Plus, 25.00 USD = 19.2739 EUR so you're actually getting more.

Ah, that's a shame, was planning to buy one at the start of October, looks like I'll miss out on the free credit.

I will miss on the free credit because it is not available on Mexico
I just received my Nexus 7 a week ago.

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