Best Buy is running a massive Google Home sale with all models currently discounted

Best Buy is running a massive Google Home sale with all models currently discounted
Google Home smart speakers are rapidly catching up with Amazon’s market-leading Echo lineup in terms of global sales numbers, which makes perfect sense when you consider the progress rate of Google Assistant features, as well as the diversity and affordability of the search giant’s product portfolio.

After headlining various lists of Black Friday deals and bargains, the Google Home Hub and Google Home Mini are discounted yet again at Best Buy, both by themselves and in special bundles including sweet freebies.

The recently released Google Home Hub can be purchased in “Chalk” or “Charcoal” at $129.99 a pop, down from a $149 list price. This was actually available even cheaper a few weeks back, but it’s probably wise to forget all about Black Friday and Cyber Monday already.

Besides, if you want to save substantially more than 20 bucks, Best Buy sells the Google Home Hub for a whopping $80 off alongside “select” Nest devices. Just add the Home Hub and a Nest Learning Thermostat, Cam Indoor, Cam Outdoor, Cam IQ Indoor, Thermostat E, Cam IQ Outdoor, or Hello Smart Wi-Fi video doorbell to your cart, and poof, 80 bucks will be reduced from the regular combined price of your two items of choice.

Meanwhile, the diminutive, crazy popular, and surprisingly powerful Google Home Mini costs $29.99 after a $19 discount, $50 for a two-pack, or $0 when bought along with a select Chromebook or Philips Hue starter kit.

There are quite a few Chrome OS laptops eligible for a Home Mini gift right now, starting with a $299 11.6-inch Acer model with a touchscreen, and also including the Acer Spin 15, 12.2-inch Samsung Plus, Asus Flip C302CA, and a 14-inch HP with Intel Core i3 inside, to only name a few.

But wait, there’s more. The “regular” Google Home is also marked down... again, from $129 to $99.99, the premium Google Home Max fetches $349.99 after a $49 reduction, while a Google Smart Light starter kit goes $20 off list to $35. This looks like an ideal time to smarten up your home ahead of Christmas.

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