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05 December 2017, 02:58 | Jodi Jackson
Google is offering 6 months of free Netflix 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.
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