On 2/20/13 I purchased on Amazon two Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX HD (for me and my wife) activated them for a Verizon contract. Each purchase included a $50 rebate in the form of a credit to pay for apps on Google Play. "TERMS & CONDITIONS Mail In Rebate: Rebate will be paid in the form of a $50 Google Play™ promotional credit code for purchases made between 2/18/2013 – 3/18/2013. All rebates must be postmarked by 4/1/2013. The promotional credit must be redeemed by 5/18/13. ..." http://demandware.edgesuite.net/aah...21/Promotion/Google-Play/terms_conditions.pdf I met the requirements of the "Terms and Conditions" and obtained the $100 credit in Google Play within the 6-week window that "Terms and Conditions" specified. I received the following email on 9/29/14: "Dear Google Play User, As of September 19, 2014, you have $91.62 remaining on your Google Play account that will expire on October 15, 2014." I have reread the Terms and Conditions and there is nothing in any of the material provided me by Verizon, Motorola, or Google, or the Amazon website where I bought it, or by links or email, that indicated the $100 Play-store credit would expire. I have used less than $10 of the original 100. I entered in good faith into a business agreement with those companies and I don't think that they have any right to unilaterally back out.