Score a free Google Home Mini with the purchase of a Nest product or bundle costing more than $99

Score a free Google Home Mini with the purchase of a Nest product or bundle costing more than $99
From now until the rest of the year, Nest and Google have a deal that will net you a free Google Home Mini smart speaker. All you need to do is purchase any Nest product or bundle priced above $99 from the Google Store or from the Nest Store. The two online stores are where you'll find Nest products for the home, such as smart thermostats and lights, security cameras for inside and outside the house, and smoke/carbon monoxide alarms.

With the deal, at least one of the Nest products purchased, or a single bundle, has to be priced above $99. In other words, you can't just buy a number of Nest devices that add up to a bottom line above $99. Also, if you qualify for the free Home Mini on the Nest Store site, you'll be prompted to pick a color (Chalk or Charcoal) for your free smart speaker. If you make your purchase from the Google Store, you will have to manually enter the free Google Home Mini on to the cart.

With the Google Home Mini, you'll be able to stream music, control smart devices inside your intelligent home, hear the latest news, sports, weather and stock prices, set an alarm, check your schedule and even call Santa this holiday season. Speaking of the holiday season, during this time of the year, Nest will ship your purchase overnight for free.

If there is a Nest product or bundle you want priced at $99 or more, click on the appropriate sourcelink to make your purchase from the Google Store or the Nest Store, and receive your Google Home Mini smart speaker for free.

source: GoogleStore, NestStore via AndroidPolice



3. jacksmith21006

Posts: 68; Member since: Nov 03, 2015

Purchased an Amazon Echo when it first came out in late 2014. Now we have several Google Homes. The big difference is the Echo requires far more rigid language or basically commands versus the Google Home supports natural language. It makes it harder to interact with the Echo versus the Google Home. Then the obvious the Google Home backed by Google is a lot smarter as they have all the search data. Can not think of any reason to get an Echo any longer.

2. Andrew6132

Posts: 1; Member since: Oct 07, 2017

The thing is useless if you already use Google assistant on your phones and tabs. I had to unplug the thing, I got it for free with my xl 2.

4. jacksmith21006

Posts: 68; Member since: Nov 03, 2015

We now have several Google Homes in our house and they are used everyday by my family. Not sure why you think they are "useless". As I type this I can hear my youngest daughter in our kitchen listening to music on one of them.

1. MrShazam

Posts: 987; Member since: Jun 22, 2017

Score another spyware with the purchase of one spyware...

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