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These Chromebooks come with 6 months of free Netflix

05 December 2017, 02:58 | Jodi Jackson

Google is offering 6 months of free Netflix with select Chromebooks

Google offers free Netflix for 6 months with select Chromebooks

New owners of a Google Pixelbook, Samsung Chromebook Plus or Chromebook Pro can redeem their free Netflix subscription on Google's offer page. If Netflix suddenly decides to increase their price within the next 6 months, you will get the equivalent value of the new price plan. This time, it involves a free subscription to Netflix, which will allow buyers to binge-watch all of their favorite shows at no cost for six months.

Google's Netflix offer stacks on top of the search giant's other ongoing Chromebook promotions.

If you recently purchased a Chromebook Pro/Plus or a Pixelbook, head to google.com/chromebook/offers on that machine and redeem the offer before December 31st. This bundle offers HD video and downloads to compatible devices, too, as 9 to 5 Google notes. Also if you own a Netflix plan with a different tier the also you can add this discount of $65.94 over your current project. As a free add-on to any device covered by the promo, this works out to $10.99 a month that covers two screens.

While the freebie is primarily advertised towards those who have yet to sign-up for a Netflix subscription, existing users with one of the selected Chromebooks can also redeem the offer against their account balance.


Google always tries to make its customers happy by giving gifts and offers as Google done previously by giving Google Play Credit to all its Chromecast users.

That includes HD or UHD video quality, depending on availability of title.

The Chromebook Pro starts at $549, while the new Google Pixelbook starts at $999.



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