Samsung announced the Chromebook Plus at the Consumer Electronics Show 2017 last month and started selling it just yesterday. Powered by Google’s Chrome OS, this Chromebook comes with the Google Play Store installed straight out of the box, meaning that customers will be able to run Android apps on the device right away. Wouldn’t it be nice to get some free credit to blow away on apps for your shiny new Chromebook?
Google already provides a great incentive to new Chromebook customers. They get 100GB of free cloud storage when setting up a new Chromebook, it is limited one time per Google account so it’s not like you can set up multiple Chromebooks with one Google account and get several hundred GBs of cloud storage for free. Google is now offering $20 in Play Store credit for free to those who purchase the Samsung Chromebook Plus.
Multiple users have reported that they see a pop up when booting the Samsung Chromebook Plus for the first time, they just have to click on the “Redeem” button to have $20 added to their Play Store account instantly. Those who didn’t see the pop up can also take advantage of this offer by heading to Google’s “goodies” page from the Chromebook Plus. This offer is valid until July 1, 2017.