Google Pay launched its Go India Game last week, and netizens have already started reaping its benefits. The Google Pay Go India game is simple. You start with a ticket from the app and some kilometres. You visit the cities, collect the photos and clear the milestone. Then, as you move forward, the game gifts you tickets or kilometres from paying through the Google Pay app which you can use to further the game.
At certain steps, you get some rewards, and when you finish visiting the cities, you will get a cash reward of 101-501 Rs. The last to play the Google Pay Go India game is November 25. Now, it is all fun, because you get kilometres or tickets when you share the game, the photos or even your tickets. Further, after every 5 tickets, you get to choose 1 from 4 coupons.
This is where Tweeples have taken it one step ahead. While the game aimed to help users share tickets among friends, today's trend shows that users are willing to go that extra step. They are asking for tickets from strangers in exchange for their extra tickets.
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or users are requesting for tickets.
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The players are especially going crazy for the Hyderabad ticket. The reason is that if you are in Hyderabad on November 4, you can get a cash reward or an extra ticket. Win-win.
But here's a tip
The people you converse with online are absolute strangers to you. Some may even look to scam you, so keep an extra eye. Don't share you contact details. Because to share a ticket, you don't need to exchange numbers.
On the other hand, if your deal does not go as planned, you can even recall back your ticket if the person has not claimed it yet. Do not join any groups on Telegram or WhatsApp, they may be a trap.
To know more about the game, visit the official support page of Google Pay Go India game.