Google.com Google: Get the New Google Chromecast with Six Months of Netflix for $119.99 Get the New Chromecast with 6 Months of Netflix!

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Binge your favourite shows with the newest streaming device from Google, because you can get the new fourth-generation Chromecast with six months of Netflix for $119.99!

The six months of Netflix is available to new or existing subscribers -- for reference, a standalone fourth-gen Chromecast is regularly $69.99, while six months of Netflix is $83.94, so you'll get an overall savings of $33.94 with this bundle.

After purchase, simply set up the Chromecast and follow the on-screen instructions to redeem six months of Netflix -- the offer is only redeemable with the Standard Netflix Streaming Plan, which regularly costs $13.99 per month.

Originally unveiled on September 30, the fourth-generation Google Chromecast is a media streaming device with built-in Google TV that lets you stream content from popular sources including Netflix, Disney+, Amazon Prime Video and more at up to 4K HDR resolution. The device also retains the cast feature from previous generation Chromecasts, which lets you mirror content from a Chrome browser or compatible device to your TV.

This offer is available online until December 31, 2021 and all Netflix offers must be redeemed by March 1, 2022.

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    • "According to the fine print before it was removed, this is for the “Standard” plan that allows for 1080p streaming on two screens at a time, which costs $12.99 stateside. The terms — available in full below — say that you’ll get six months of free service as long as you purchase before December 31, 2021."
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    • When is it available?
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    • Gadoosh wrote: When is it available?
      Should be this afternoon. Launch event starts in an hour.
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    • NFN_NLN wrote: "According to the fine print before it was removed, this is for the “Standard” plan that allows for 1080p streaming on two screens at a time, which costs $12.99 stateside. The terms — available in full below — say that you’ll get six months of free service as long as you purchase before December 31, 2021."
      Yes. $13x6= $78
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    • Quoting the fine print before it was removed, with emphasis mine, since I'm interested to see how this will affect my Netflix Premium membership for 4K streaming:
      Eligible Chromecast with Google TV purchases on the Google Store between 09/30/2020 and 12/31/2021 include 6 months of the Netflix Standard Streaming Plan 2-screen plan (total current value $83.94). Offer applies only to the following SKUs while supplies last and subject to availability: GA02764-CA, GA02765-CA, GA02766-CA. Limit 3 per customer / Google Account. If you return the device within the allowable return period and have already redeemed the Netflix offer, you will be refunded $69.99 (cost of the Chromecast device). If you return the device within the allowable return period and have not redeemed the Netflix offer, you will be refunded the entire amount charged. To redeem Netflix offer, customers must set up an eligible Chromecast with Google TV device and follow instructions to apply offer value to a Netflix account by 03/01/2022. Available to new and existing Netflix subscribers. Not redeemable or refundable for cash, and cannot be exchanged. Offer value may be applied to a different Netflix streaming plan under the same account; exchanges in this manner may alter the duration of the offer. Netflix price plans subject to change and the duration of the offer value may be prorated accordingly. A Netflix compatible device (manufactured and sold separately) and broadband Internet connection are required to watch instantly. See www.netflix.com/termsofuse. Visit g.co/cast/netflix for more information on redeeming your Netflix offer. Offer subject to applicable law and void where prohibited.
      On an unrelated note, anyone know how to check (stocktrack or whatever else) which retailers are carrying the Chromecast right now? I'm doing a long drive into Edmonton soon and it'd be great if I could get my hands on it so I could set this up for my dad tonight.
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    • That will be a great deal if true especially since I was thinking about getting this already. Thanks for the tip!

      Maybe we need a hot deals rumor section :).
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    • hoping it'll have an ethernet option. our Chromecast with ethernet adapter is perfect. no drops, great quality
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    • I don't want to start a debate here but why buying this over the Fire Stick 4k that was 39,99 last year.

      The Chromecast is very basic compare to what you can do with the Fire Stick.

      I know that asking google to start a show is nice but you can also do it with Alexa and the Firestick so...

      Am I missing something?
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    • marioBross2 wrote: I don't want to start a debate here but why buying this over the Fire Stick 4k that was 39,99 last year.

      The Chromecast is very basic compare to what you can do with the Fire Stick.

      I know that asking google to start a show is nice but you can also do it with Alexa and the Firestick so...

      Am I missing something?
      This is an all new Chromecast that comes with a remote, allows stadia (reportedly), has Google tv integrated, so will allow sideloaded apps, much like the firestick, as well as the ability to cast which is well integrated into the Android ecosystem. I'm sure there are going to be supporters of both, but the fact that this will likely end up costing nothing to Netflix subscribers could really be a factor.
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    • marioBross2 wrote: I don't want to start a debate here but why buying this over the Fire Stick 4k that was 39,99 last year.

      The Chromecast is very basic compare to what you can do with the Fire Stick.

      I know that asking google to start a show is nice but you can also do it with Alexa and the Firestick so...

      Am I missing something?
      They are both good but chromecast works really well for smart tvs when you cast from an app. I open twitch on my phone all the time and choose "cast to tv" and the TV+receiver powers up and starts the stream. No need to touch the TV remote and open twitch app on firestick and fumble around.
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    • marioBross2 wrote: I don't want to start a debate here but why buying this over the Fire Stick 4k that was 39,99 last year.

      The Chromecast is very basic compare to what you can do with the Fire Stick.

      I know that asking google to start a show is nice but you can also do it with Alexa and the Firestick so...

      Am I missing something?
      Yah free Netflix for 6 months , basically free dongle

      Edit : NOT $69 but $119
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    • Netflix standard: C$13.99 * 6 = $83.94

      I'm in! Hoping the reports are true. We'll see...
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    • We need Staples coupons damnit!

      Edit : 75358 $10 off $50 code still works
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    • Winnipegian wrote: This is an all new Chromecast that comes with a remote, allows stadia (reportedly), has Google tv integrated, so will allow sideloaded apps, much like the firestick, as well as the ability to cast which is well integrated into the Android ecosystem. I'm sure there are going to be supporters of both, but the fact that this will likely end up costing nothing to Netflix subscribers could really be a factor.
      I was very unaware of all that. Thank you so much.

      Crazy interesting.

      Strangely enough I'm not even a Netflix customer, but It might be the end of this.
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    • There are reports on Reddit that USB-C hubs attached to the port on the new Chromecast support cameras, keyboards and storage.

      I'll be a Day 1 buyer for sure and will likely Return my Nvidia Shield.
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    • Winnipegian wrote: Yes. $13x6= $78
      I hope it's just $78 in Netflix credit, or it lets me top off to the higher tier for Netflix. I need more than 2 simultaneous devices.
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    • NFN_NLN wrote: I hope it's just $78 in Netflix credit, or it lets me top off to the higher tier for Netflix. I need more than 2 simultaneous devices.
      I hope so too. I don't imagine a way it wouldn't given the fact that the two screen plan doesn't include 4k, and they'll definitely want to highlight this feature.
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    • sprung wrote: hoping it'll have an ethernet option. our Chromecast with ethernet adapter is perfect. no drops, great quality
      No ethernet option out of the box, but you can connect an ethernet cable with a compatible USB C hub.

      EDIT:
      Source
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    • What time will it launch? The Google store is still selling the old one.
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