Some YouTube Red subscribers are getting an email with details regarding a free Chromecast


Several people who subscribed to Google’s YouTube Red service are getting emails offering a free gift.

According to a new report, some YouTube Red subscribers who joined the service are getting an email about a free gift. The free gift is a brand new 2015 Edition Google Chromecast.

The email will thank you for being one of the first to subscribe to the service. It will then give you a time frame to claim the free gift (Chromecast) as a treat for signing up. Here’s what Google says about the Chromecast in the email.

With Chromecast, you get a bigger picture. Simply plug it in and stream any YouTube song or video directly from your phone, tablet, or computer to your TV. We hear YouTube Red members love being able to watch ad-free videos on TV, so we thought we’d help you get started.

Following the statement about how you can use your Chromecast with YouTube Red, comes a list of directions on how to get your free Chromecast. Strangely, not everyone has been sent the email containing the free offering. According to sources, some of both long-time subscribers and recent subscribers are getting it. Google may just be picking randomly. Maybe we’ll get an explanation later this week. In the meantime, there’s never been a better time to subscribe to YouTube Red. If you’re lucky, you may just get a free Chromecast with your subscription. A very generous treat if you ask us.

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