Google News is a popular source of information on local businesses and events.
However, it has also been criticised for its links to other sites.
It is also the site of a popular coupon service, but the latest one appears to be targeting consumers who buy through Google News.
The coupon is valid for both Google News and Google Plus and is valid until the following Monday.
This is the same promotion that was used on Wednesday.
This time, the coupons are only valid on Google Plus, although users can opt-out from it on Google News, too.
As it has been previously reported, the coupon is available for users who are subscribed to Google Plus.
This includes those who subscribe to Google News as well as those who opt-in.
The coupon can be used in Google Plus on any of its subscriptions, and users can also buy it on the Google Plus app.
Users can also download the coupon for free from the Google Play store.
The Google Plus coupon is not limited to the company’s apps.
Other major services such as Amazon, Apple and Microsoft have also recently launched coupons.
Google’s coupon is the latest in a string of coupons that have been posted on the search engine, which have been seen as a way to get users to opt in to the new Google services.
It has also prompted a number of users to report links to coupons being posted on other sites, and on social media.
The latest Google coupons include a coupon for a free $15 smartphone and a $15 laptop from Best Buy.