Google is offering a free Nest Mini to YouTube Premium subscribers in some regions
In a bid to expand its market share in the voice assistant space, Google has been aggressively pushing the Google Home Mini ever since its launch back in 2017. The company has previously offered free Google Home Minis to Google One subscribers, YouTube Premium subscribers, Google Assistant users, Spotify family plan subscribers, and even along with purchases made on eBay or Google Express. It seems like the company is continuing this trend with the new Nest Mini, as it’s now offering the smart speaker for free to YouTube Premium subscribers.
According to a recent report from Android Police, a few YouTube Premium and Google Play Music subscribers have started receiving emails or in-app notifications with promo codes for 100% off a new Nest Mini. In case you haven’t received the email/notification yet, you can follow this link to see if you’re eligible for the promo.
While the offer seems to be valid only in the US for now, since Google doesn’t mention any regional restrictions in its terms and conditions (see T&C section below) it may be extended to other regions in the near future. It’s also worth noting that the free Nest Minis are available on a first come, first serve basis until June 30, so you may want to redeem yours before the stock runs out.
Terms and Conditions
Promotional code offer is provided by Google LLC and subject to the following terms. Offer must be redeemed by 11:59 PM PDT on June 30, 2020 or it will expire. Available only to users who are active paid members of an individual plan, student plan, or family plan head-of-household of YouTube Premium, YouTube Music Premium or Google Play Music on May 19, 2020. Users must be active members where their membership is not in a paused state as at the date of redemption. Each promotional code is valid for 1 redemption of a Nest Mini and will be available on a first come, first served basis, subject to availability. Google reserves the right to modify these terms as needed.
Via: Android Police