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Google Store quietly emailing free $10 credit with Black Friday deals for some

All of the Google Store’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals kicked off Thanksgiving Day. Prominently teased over the past week, the company is also emailing customers and buried within that reminder for some is a free $10 Google Store credit.

This morning, some received a promotional message from the Google Pixelbook address. The email starts by noting how “your Black Friday deals are here,” and then highlights the Pixel Slate being $350 off. Starting at $449 for the Core m3/8GB/64GB, you also get a free Pixelbook Pen ($99) and Pixel Slate Keyboard ($199) or Brydge G-Type Keyboard ($159.99). Additionally, the i5/8GB/128GB variant is $649 and i7/16GB/256GB is $1,249.

The message also notes the Pixel 3a at $299 and Pixel 3a XL down to $379. At the bottom of the email is a “Get $10 credit on the Google Store” promo. Valid on anything in the store until December 31, 2019, you can enter the promo code during checkout.

Save $10 on devices and accessories that pair perfectly with Pixel.

While a token amount, the company usually doesn’t send out free Google Store credit that’s not attached to a product you recently purchased. Rather, you usually have to get another person to buy something — like a Pixel 3a or Pixel 4 — with your code, and both parties then get $50.

Meanwhile, it’s best to spend it after the current set of deals as the $10 off cannot be combined with other offerings.

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