No, after an incorrect UI change you don’t actually have $500 in Google Store credit.

The Google Store has recently undergone a few changes, but the most recent one sadly leads to customers believing they have $500 in store credit available.

When you tap on your profile avatar in the top-right corner of the page, the Google Store receives a newly designed account menu, which is issue starts with . The menu items (Orders, Preferred Care, Subscriptions, My Nest Home, and Settings) are accompanied by contemporary Google icons, and everything looks better spaced out.

There is a Google Store Credit total listed below the notification mentioning your Google One benefit. The balance will display as $500 if your account has any Google Store credit at all.

In my instance, the proper amount is displayed when I reach the last step of the checkout procedure or in Settings . With a total of three accounts, we have reproduced this problem.

While this is happening, the US Google Store is once again highlighting the Pixel Pass membership rather than Earth Day (though the bargains are still valid through the end of the day). Additionally, the Made to be Helpful carousel is back.

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