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Google will give you 3 free months of Disney+ when you buy a Chromebook

November 26th, 2019 at 2:13 PM
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If you were planning on buying a cheap Chromebook at a deep discount on Black Friday from any of the authorized retailers out there that are offering deep discounts this season, you now have an extra reason to get one as soon as possible. For a limited time, Google will bundle Chromebook purchases with three months of Disney+ service for free.

The offer is as simple as it gets. All you have to do is buy a Chromebook between November 25th, 2019 and January 31st, 2020, get your discount code, and then download the Disney+ app from the Play Store.

The deal basically gets you an extra $21 discount on your Chromebook, assuming you were going to get a Disney+ subscription anyway. If you’ve already subscribed to Disney+, you can still activate an additional account and gift it to someone else — but make sure to have them pay the monthly fee for continued access once the free three months are over.

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Those of you shopping for a Chromebook should also remember that Google’s latest Chromebook tablet is on sale for Black Friday. Google is running a Pixel Slate Black Friday promotion where you can save up to $648 on the Pixel Slate and select accessories, with prices starting at $449. And just like the Pixel 4 deal, the Pixel Slate sale has already begun.

The Pixel Slate is the tablet Google unveiled during its Pixel 4 event back in October, and it comes in several configurations, all available over in Google’s online store. If that’s the Chromebook you’ve been eying, then you should absolutely take advantage of this Disney+ promotion. Other retailers, including Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart, and others, have plenty of different Chromebook models on sale for Black Friday and Cyber Monday, and most of them are far less expensive than Google’s latest Chromebook.

If you missed out on all the great Disney+ promos that ran in the months leading up to the streaming service’s launch, we’ll remind you there’s an even better Disney+ offer out there than Google’s: A free year of access with select Verizon plans.

Chris Smith started writing about gadgets as a hobby, and before he knew it he was sharing his views on tech stuff with readers around the world. Whenever he's not writing about gadgets he miserably fails to stay away from them, although he desperately tries. But that's not necessarily a bad thing.

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