One Android Pay user has a chance to watch the premiere of the upcoming James Bond film Spectre in Mexico.

Google's mobile payment system - Android Pay - has been released in the U.S. earlier this month. To celebrate the launch, Google is giving away the premiere ticket of the James Bond film.

"To celebrate our launch, we're giving one lucky winner plus three of their friends a VIP trip to Mexico City that includes four seats at the premiere of the thrilling new James Bond film, Spectre from Sony Pictures," per the official Android blog post.

Entering the competition is pretty simple. Users just have to use Android Pay anywhere between Sept. 28 and Oct. 15 this year. Each day of using Android's latest mobile payment system within this period earns the user an entry in the draw, which means that Android Pay users can earn to a maximum of 18 entries if they use the service each day during the qualifying period.

A winner will be randomly drawn from the entries, who will get a chance to hit the red carpet at the movie premiere.

This is a big promotion from Google as the prize includes air travel to Mexico City for four people. Meals, on-demand vehicle services for two nights and hotel accommodation is also included in the package.

"The VIP treatment features a personal stylist and a $1,000 USD shopping spree for each person. The winner and friends will each also receive $250 USD gift cards loaded on their Android Pay apps plus new Android devices featuring some of the best Bond movies from Google Play, bringing the total prize package value to $25,000 USD," states the official promotion page.

Using Android Pay is very straight forward. For in-store purchases users will have to unlock their smartphone with Android Pay and place it near the terminal to authorize a payment.

Users will be able to add a number of debit and credit cards offered by various banks in the U.S. Android Pay users can securely save their card details and keep a track of all their purchases. Android Device Manager also assists users in locking stolen or lost cards.

Android Pay is currently available at a wide array of stores including Aeropostale, American Eagle Outfitters, AT&T, Babies R Us, Champs, Chevron, Davis, Disney Store, Game Stop, Lego, Macy's, McDonald's, Staples, Subway, T-Mobile, Verizon and many more. Thousands of more retailers are expected to start accepting Android Pay soon.

So if you want to grab a chance of winning the prize draw then start using Android Pay everyday till Oct. 15.

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