Win a free Chromecast or Google Play Store credit with Android Pay's Tap 10 loyalty program

Who doesn’t love receiving free things every once in a while? Now you can get even more free stuff with Android Pay’s loyalty program, called Tap 10. The program offers up free Google Play content just for using Android Pay, or even a free Chromecast if you can manage 10 mobile payments before the end of February.

Michael Lipson

I’m still waiting for my prompt, but here’s what user Michael Lipson saw when he launched Android Pay.

There are a few rules to playing this game, like the fact that you have to make your purchases at least five minutes apart from one another for them to qualify. Also, only the first 10 purchases qualify you for this promotion, and once you’ve received your goodies you’re set until the next promotional period. You can view the entire list of terms and conditions for Tap 10 here.

Why this matters: Free stuff is, obviously, awesome, but there’s more to it than that. Google’s desperately trying to make Android Pay take off. It’s marketing it everywhere: Inside taxi cabs in Las Vegas, on billboards in major metropolitan areas, and by offering its users incentives to launch the app at retailers they visit daily. Google is also no stranger to offering free things: You can already procure Google Play credit with its Opinion Rewards app, and now you can rack up even more with Tap 10.

Android Pay’s Tap 10 program is slowly rolling out now. You’ll know you’re eligible when you see a welcome screen for the contest after launching the app. I’m not part of the program yet, though I’m anxiously awaiting for Android Pay to offer me free things.

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