If you are already boasting about the best smartphone / phablet Samsung Galaxy Note 3, and are happy using it, then there is a reason to be more happier. Samsung is giving $50 free credits to your Play Store account if you have bought this device already, and if you are a US resident. Starting from 5th Nov 2013, and it will run through 6th January 2014.
As the promotion page says:
Thank you for purchasing a Samsung Galaxy Note®3.
Now get your $50 Google Play™ Credits! Simply enter your phone number below to begin. Then you’ll be asked to enter the IMEI number from your new Galaxy Note® 3. Haven’t purchased your Galaxy Note® 3 yet? Save this page or use the email we sent you to come back and redeem your $50 Google Play™ Credits after you’ve made your purchase.
This promotion is for all those who already purchased the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, or are going to purchase one in a months’ time and this is a limited-stocks offer although you have a lot of time till January 6th to get the credits. This is for the US users only, and it doesn’t matter if you have bought the Note 3 through any network carrier or if you bought an unlocked one off-contract. Of course many might feel that this is not something very big, but the $50 credits would be good enough for some purchases on the Play Store.
Go to this page to get the credits. You need to enter the phone number and then enter the various details, after which the IMEI number has to be entered, which entitles you to get the credits to your account. You would be getting the redemption code directly on the website and you can redeem that in you account. It would take a few minutes time, around 10 minutes but it always depends.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 was launched with the 5.7-inch 1080p Full HD display, and two different processors based on the region (Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad-core in the U.S., and the Exynos 5 Octa octa-core chipset internationally), and there is a battery of 3200 mAh packed in it. The rear camera is a 13-megapixel one with the LED flash, and Full HD video recording.