Bay Area residents can score a Chromecast for as low as $13.33

Bay Area residents can score a Chromecast for as low as $13.33

If you find yourself living in the San Francisco area saying, “boy, I could really go for a new Chromecast this weekend”, we’ve got a deal for you. Head over to Google’s Shopping Express website and add one to your cart. Google will shave some money off the order if this is your first time making a purchase. Add promo code “costco25″ to the order and you’re going to walk away with a Chromecast for $13.33. Indeed, this is roughly one-third the price of a normal Chromecast.

Hurry, there’s no indication as to how long this deal will last!

via ChromeWatching

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7 Comments

  1. jaylanPHNX
    March 01, 17:37 Reply

    Is this a PR move due to the protests in San Francisco? I hope not, because that would seem to be rewarding their horrendous behavior.

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