In the market for a particular Android app or game that feels a little rich for your blood? Always on the lookout for discounted premium content to keep you entertained or productive while on your phone or tablet? Today might be your lucky day.
Unfortunately, that “might” is much stronger than usual, as Google’s latest Play Store sale seems weirdly restricted to some users in a handful of European countries. Namely, the UK, France, Germany and Russia.
No love for Americans, and though it’s billed as an Easter promotion, it bizarrely shuns many overwhelmingly Catholic territories, instead targeting Russia, where a large portion of the population is Orthodox, celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ on May 1 this year.
But everything about this “80 percent off a top app or game” deal is bizarre, including how it doesn’t show up for all Android enthusiasts even in the aforementioned markets, and bases its selection of eligible marked-down titles on “past purchase history.”
Does that mean you’re only offered games similar to ones you’ve previously bought? Pricier items for bigger Google Play spenders? We have absolutely no idea, so if you could help us and everyone else with details on your end in the comments section below, we’d be very grateful. But first, if you see the “Easter Treat” promo banner, claim your discount, as you only have until tomorrow, March 29, to do so.
Source: Android Authority