$150 Google Ads Coupon

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$150 Google Ads Coupon Code

Every so often, Google will promote coupons to get more advertisers onboard to advertise. This comes in waves, there will be a few months where there aren’t many coupons, then it changes.  

The good news, Google recently started offering a pretty generous coupon. This promotional coupon code is for $150 in free advertising spend, after you pay for $150 of advertising spend. This is a great offer for new advertisers looking to test to see if Google Ads can grow their business. 

How to Redeem the Google Ads Promotional Coupon Code?

To redeem the promotional coupon, simply go to the website here.


On this page, you’ll enter in your email and Google will share a promotional code to enter within your Google Ads account. 

Where to Enter the Coupon Code within Google Ads?

Once you have the promotional code, log into Google Ads, click the tools and settings wrench in the upper right hand corner, then go to billing then billing settings.

Google Ads - Applying Discount Code

Once you’re in billing settings, scroll all the way down to manage promotional codes. See screenshot below.

Manage Promotional Codes

Once you enter in your promotional code, you’re all set! You can start advertising on Google while just paying a fraction of the cost for advertising.

Helpful Google Ads Resources

  • Here’s a helpful blog post I created which breaks down how to advertise on Google. This covers all the basics of setting up an account.
  • For those who need more direction, we offer advertising classes, where I share my screen on how to setup your Google Ads account, based on best practices. Click here to learn more.
  • For businesses who don’t have the time to do this themselves, contact our advertising agency, Rise Marketing Group on how we support your business through advertising.

By Ben Lund

Ben Lund is a 14+ year digital advertising vet who founded Rise Marketing Group. Outside of managing his agency, he offers advertising courses on SkillShare and routinely shares his best practices on DIYDigitalStrategy.com

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