Google is expanding the gift card program for the Play Store beyond the US with the first appearance of the cards in the UK. Cards valued at £10 and £25 were spotted at a Tesco supermarket. Google’s support page also lists a £50 denomination, though it didn’t appear available in store.
The arrival in the UK marks Google’s first push to international market with Play gift cards. The availability of gift-able credit to the Google Play Store was a long time coming, and it may be more time still for most regions around the globe. The arrival of the cards in the UK is a good sign, however.
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