$10 For Free From Google

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$10 from GoogleSome of you might have seen a link that was on Google’s homepage this morning for a short time. They’ll give you $10 for free on a purchase of $10 or more when you open a new Google Checkout account, which is free to setup. If you already have a Google Checkout account (like me), you can simply create another one using a different email address.

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You can use the $10 online at any of these participating merchants. Simply sign up by February 15, then use the $10 bonus before March 31, 2007. They say that the availability of stores may vary as more sellers choose to participate.

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The great thing about this deal is that the minimum purchase is only $10 (before shipping and tax), so it’s not like those get-10-when-you-spend-50 offers. If you want something that’s ten bucks or so, you’re basically getting it for free. And judging by the number of hits on my free* Mac posts, I know you like free. :-)

Here’s the link.

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Personally, I ordered Don’t Waste Your Life by John Piper, as recommended to me by Arron on my “Thoughts on Living with Passion” post. It was only $10.07 from Buy.com, and I added two other books I had to buy for class anyway, which got me free shipping. Google is awesome.

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4 Responses to $10 For Free From Google

  1. Arron says:

    I don’t think you’ll be disappointed… I wasn’t..

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    You might want to tell all the poor folks out there that they can get PDFs of that book and many others by going to http://www.desiringgod.org/ResourceLibrary/OnlineBooks/ByTitle/ . I love the premise that no one should have to go without the book just so Piper can make a buck. On the other hand, if folks can buy, they should…
    G’night.

  2. gavin says:

    i signed up for a amazon.com credit card when recently purchasing a case for my ipod. They gave me $30 credit for doing it. I basically got my case for FREE! I think the offer is still going. They gave me the option at checkout.

  3. Ryan says:

    I just noticed on the registration page for Google Checkout that it is not SSL-encrypted (notice there is not a ‘lock’ at the bottom of the IE screen).

    Submit your credit card info at your own risk!

  4. Josh says:

    Hey Ryan,
    The lock shows up for me. And I mean we are talking about Google. If I don’t trust them, I don’t think I’d shop online at all.

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