How do I use a Google Store promo code? I always like to make a saving when buying new gadgets.
No problem, using a promo code at the Google Store is a matter of a few quick steps:
- Choose a deal or promo code from our page by clicking the ‘See Code’ or ‘Get Deal’ button opposite the one you like.
- If clicking a ‘Get Deal’, this offer doesn’t require a code, instead follow the link in the follow-up window to be taken to your desired deal on the Google Store site.
- When selecting a code, copy it as it becomes visible, then take the link that appears and begin shopping.
- Once you’ve added all the products you want, click the cart symbol to be taken to the delivery and payment details screen.
- Scroll down until you see the payment section as shown below.
- Paste your code in the highlighted area and click ‘Apply’ for your promo code to take effect – you can now pay at your newly reduced price.
Can I get free delivery when buying from the Google Store? I don’t want to pay more than I’ve already invested.
Don’t worry about any additional fees creeping up at the checkout in regards to deliveries, the majority of UK addresses are entitled to free next day delivery – regardless of their order. There are of course certain remote postcodes which are exempt from this policy, in which case if you live in any of the following, please expect a cost for delivery:
KW16 - non Town
PA 60-75, 78
PH 30, 41-44
ZE 2, 3
Are there any more Google offers to be found on the Google Store?
If our deals have got you hungry for make the most of your budget, check out Google Store’s own ‘Special Offers’ page. These offers come directly in the brand and may offer money off any gadget in the Google catalogue – from their sought-after Nests, to the Google Pixel smartphone range and their Fitbit watches. Google Store also occasionally offer product bundles at competitive prices, such as pairing a phone with some Pixel Buds for 10% less than when bought individually.
Can the Google Store help me with my Google Pixel? It’s suffered some damage/is faulty and in need of a repair.
As the whizzes who helped design it, the technicians at the Google Store will be more than happy to help you fix any faults that your device has begun exhibiting. Head over to the ‘Repair Centre’ page and get started by entering your unique IMEI or serial numbers. From there you can go into further details regarding your problem, after which you’ll receive instructions as to how and where you can send your phone for a quick repair and at a fair price.
Google is quickly adapting to address whole new online audiences through their devices. A prime example being Stadia – Google’s game streaming device for TVs without the price tag of a full games console. By operating online, the Stadia outdoes the competition by running any necessary patches and add-on installations in the background – meaning no waiting to play the newest games on day one. With its own specialist controller, the ability to stream and play on other devices including tablets and phones, as well as a growing library of titles from both the PC and console libraries, it’s simply the smartest way to game.
For unlimited access to hundreds of games, movie rentals and apps, take a moment to download the Google Play app. Designed to work seamlessly in tandem with both Google phones and PCs, Google Play rivals the likes of the Apple for the sheer variety of practical and entertainment options it provides. Just like any competitive online store, there are dozens of discounts hosted on titles throughout the inventory – from meditation and helpful sleep apps to the latest mobile multiplayer games. These deals rotate throughout the year, offering potentially hundreds off your growing library of mobile applications.
If you’ve got a question or query for the Google Team, put your problem down on the company ‘Contact’ page. From here Google can direct you to the best solution – whether that’s through a call with a specialist, a live chat with them online or an alternative form of communication.