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Deal: Purchase the HTCOne M9 and receive $100 in Google Play credit is running a promotion from now until December that will give a free $100 in Google Play credit to anyone purchasin the One M9 from its website.

Published onAugust 24, 2015

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The HTC One M9 has received a bad wrap, despite being a solid, substantial product. Critics have lobbed all sorts of accusations at it, ranging from the CPU, the camera, and even the design. All this has ultimately taken a toll on the Taiwanese OEM that made it. Still, HTCis eager to try and show curious customers just how good its product is: A new promotion being run from now until December will allow new purchasers to receive an incredible $100 in credit for the Google Play Store.

Those interested need simply complete the following steps:

  • Buy the HTCOne® M9 by 11/30/15.
  • Go to to redeem your $100 credit by 12/31/15.
  • Keep your order confirmation email handy as you follow the on-screen steps.
  • On the Google Play store enter in the “Unlock Code” from your order confirmation email into the “Enter gift card or promo code” field and click on “Redeem” to get your $100 Google Play™ Credit

It should be noted that the device must be purchased from in order to qualify for the promotion. Those who opt to buy from Verizon are still able to get $100 of credit, but need to take advantage of a different website, and should be aware that said campaign only lasts until August 31st.

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The HTCOne M9 packs a 5-inch FullHD LCD display, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 SoC with Adreno 430 graphics, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of on-board storage, a 20-megapixel rear camera and 5-megapixel front shooter, and a 2840mAh battery. It supports microSD (up to 128GB) and is now being updated to Android 5.1.

For those on the fence, please feel free to look at our full review here.

Does this offer sweeten the deal for you, or is HTCjust desperate to try and offload its overstocked assets? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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