Public, the leading one-stop shop for entertainment and technology products in Greece, now offers Netflix gift cards.
A first in the Greek video streaming scene, customers can now avail bespoke subscription plans that fit their interest. Moreover, the gift card is suitable as a gift idea for friends and family members who are streaming fans.
The Netflix gift cards are available in the 49 branches of the Public shops in Greece. Powered by an Internet connection, consumers will be able to watch a wide variety of prize-winning films, TV shows, and documentaries.
They can stream with relish these contents on their preferred devices like desktop computers, laptops, smart TVs, Apple and Android smartphones, and consoles.
Streaming fans can enjoy limitless content through the Public gift cards offered in three price variations: 15 euros ($17.58), 25 euros ($29.30), and 50 euros ($58.61).
To avail a Netflix subscription through the gift cards, customers should follow these steps:
1. At the back of the Netflix gift card, scratch the code. This step shall reveal the PIN.
2. Visit https://www.netflix.com/redeem. Enter the PIN. Then, type one’s chosen password.
3. A subscriber should check his e-mail. The amount of the gift card is shown, confirming that it has been credited to his Netflix account.
4. The customer will also be informed through the e-mail regarding the subscription’s duration, depending on his selected subscription plan.
In December 2017, Netflix arrived in Greece. The streaming service provides an entirely localized user interface of its original programming, beginning at 7.99 euros ($9.37) monthly.
Without TV pledges or spots, the Greek streaming audience can enjoy the latest Netflix original films and series by visiting a branch of Public.
Established in 2005, Public has introduced a unique experience for shoppers in Greece and Cyprus. For a short span of time, it has succeeded in building trust with the consumers, making it a favorite brand.
Offering a vast selection of merchandise with various prices, TVs, audio products, smartphones, computers and peripherals, books, games, and children’s products are just some of the myriads of products offered in Public.
With its first branch opened in Pylaia, Thessaloniki, Public has 53 stores in Greece and Cyprus, and two online stores (www.public-cyprus.com.cy and www.public.gr). Yearly, the retail firm welcomes over 66 million visitors in both its physical and e-commerce shops.