Claim £50 Google Play Store Credit when you purchase a qualifying ASUS Google Nexus 7 (2013)
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Claim £50 Google Play Store Credit when you purchase a qualifying ASUS Google Nexus 7 (2013)

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Found 5th May 2014
Buy an ASUS Google Nexus 7 (2013) (ASUS-1A007A – 16gb WiFi) from any UK based retailer, reseller or etailer during the promotional periods of 00.001 (GMT) on the 5th May 2014 through until 23.59 (GMT) on the 1st June 2014 and you can claim a £50 Google Play Store Credit .

I found the Nexus 7 today in Sainsury's in Swansea, still priced at £149.99, took advantage of their Nectar double up using £20 of nectar points to get a £40 voucher and discovered this new offer. You have to claim in 30 days.

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thanks for this,assume this is just 2013 models?

Original Poster

18nine04

thanks for this,assume this is just 2013 models?



I think so....

Original Poster

If you vote cold, please say why....

At the rate these discounts keep cropping up on the store £50 will net you 50-odd new albums...

Asus website says the promotional dates are 01/04/14 - 11/05/14

http://i.gyazo.com/b07cf5fd5dcf1f60135391c6c9b106f1.png

And yet the TOC's suggest different...

http://i.gyazo.com/53a34f00f994a879a38d29407b69235e.png
Edited by: "danharrison23" 5th May 2014

is it only the 16g?

pat-w

is it only the 16g?



The Promotion is valid on new Qualifying purchases of ASUS Google Nexus 7 (ASUS-1A007A – 16gb WiFi) made from any UK based retailer, reseller or etailer 

Excellent find.

how did you do the nectar double up thing?

Good find.

32GB version is selling itself I guess.

I see Carphone Warehouse have pushed the price up £10 to £169, but reference the £50 on their landing page

carphonewarehouse.com/tab…6gb

heat added

How long would the credit last? Anyone know?

Original Poster

leelukehope

how did you do the nectar double up thing?



nectar.com/dou…tar

You go to customer services in Sainsbury's and ask for a double up voucher. They take off e.g. £20 worth of points and give you a £40 voucher. You have to select the category and you can only get one voucher per category I think,

voucher expires 1 May 2015

ran all the way to sainsburys, got to the till and realised i left my card at home, I'm going to be truly gutted if they're gone by the time i can go tomorrow.

Is the site definitely legit? Shows a security warning for me.

Infinite Element

Is the site definitely legit? Shows a security warning for me.



They probably had to change their certificate in a hurry because of heartbleed.

staples sell these £169.99 next day delivery topcashback 10.5% so approx £152, plus they price match.

I'll wait for these to go on clearance near to the new nexus release. No idea what i'd use £50 on at the play store, most of the good apps are free.


shame its just the 16gb

I still have credit left from the £15 on purchase of the 2012 model at launch. Great tablet.

How is the credit applied? can it be transferred or sold on like a code? Told my mate about this deal and he said he'd buy the credit from me if it can be transferred
Edited by: "leelukehope" 5th May 2014

lambchopuk

http://www.nectar.com/doublevalue/index.rnectarYou go to customer … http://www.nectar.com/doublevalue/index.rnectarYou go to customer services in Sainsbury's and ask for a double up voucher. They take off e.g. £20 worth of points and give you a £40 voucher. You have to select the category and you can only get one voucher per category I think,



Cheers

Infinite Element

Is the site definitely legit? Shows a security warning for me.



Is time / date correct on your PC? That would throw up security message.

Can someone explain Nexus for me - I didn't realise there was such a thing as an "Asus Google Nexus 7".

Nexus 8 on its way!

Jelly Bean

I'll wait for these to go on clearance near to the new nexus release. No … I'll wait for these to go on clearance near to the new nexus release. No idea what i'd use £50 on at the play store, most of the good apps are free.



This.
I'm sure a lot of people will find ways to spend the £50, I haven't constrained myself in the past, but I spent £5 on app purchases since Android came out.
For example the paid for productivity apps usually are free on the app store to avoid the 30% google tax and you get the subscription outside of the app store.

Can the credit be sold on? I wouldn't want it really.

Could I buy a tablet claim and return the tablet?

benfisher1991

Could I buy a tablet claim and return the tablet?



or just nick the tablet and go one better

xchaotic

This.I'm sure a lot of people will find ways to spend the £50, I haven't … This.I'm sure a lot of people will find ways to spend the £50, I haven't constrained myself in the past, but I spent £5 on app purchases since Android came out.For example the paid for productivity apps usually are free on the app store to avoid the 30% google tax and you get the subscription outside of the app store.



Or spend the credit on books & magazines if you are into them ...

bb14curtis

Can the credit be sold on? I wouldn't want it really.



unlikely on ebay, but you never know.

Might be linked to the play account this is registered to.

For the person asking about asus - google designed, branded and marketed it but outsourced production to asus

I wouldn't have thought google would discontinue a good spec tablet that is a different screen size to its supposed successor. Would have thought they'd still carry on selling this one for people who want something more portable than 8 inch. This offer seems to suggest that it could be discontinued but who knows. I'm still buying it regardless as its still high spec and relevant.

This LooKs like credit in the bank


Just went through process and they want bank details in the end to pay cashback.
I'll try and upload pictures...........

leelukehope

How is the credit applied? can it be transferred or sold on like a code? … How is the credit applied? can it be transferred or sold on like a code? Told my mate about this deal and he said he'd buy the credit from me if it can be transferred



I'm not entirely sure, but there's only two ways ASUS can go about doing this. They could probably ask for your Android Google accounts' email address and then transfer the credit to that specific account. If not this, then the only other way would be to hand over a promotional code to the value of £50.

For the first instance, you could simply give your friend's (Android - Google) account email address and the credit would be transferred to their Google Play store account. In case of a promo code, then this will surely not be account specific (it cannot be, because you haven't provided any Google account details yet) and therefore, you should be able to hand the same code over to your friend.

I might be wrong about the above, but it seems logical to me.

gsawkins

Just went through process and they want bank details in the end to pay … Just went through process and they want bank details in the end to pay cashback.I'll try and upload pictures...........



I wonder why they want bank details for play store credit? Odd

lambchopuk

If you vote cold, please say why....



because you said that
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