Gamestop has the Google Home smart speaker on sale at a lower than ever price

Gamestop has the Google Home smart speaker on sale at a lower than ever price
Officially unveiled all the way back in May 2016 and commercially released around six months later, the original Google Home is still one of the world's best smart speakers, rivaling Amazon's 2019-refreshed Echo in terms of its bang for buck factor.

Priced back in the day at $129, the Google Assistant-controlled device received a permanent discount to an even more reasonable $99 when the Nest Hub Max smart display was announced last year. But we've seen plenty of deals in recent months that took the Google Home price further down at the search giant's official US e-store and various authorized third-party retailers.

Check out the deal here


As we write this, the cylindrical smart speaker costs $79 when purchased directly from Big G, but Gamestop can actually hook you up with an additional 35 bucks or so in savings. That's right, the Google Home is available for as little as $44.97 today, and you don't need to do anything special to score a total discount of $55... compared to the 2019-revised price of the 2016-released gadget. 

There are absolutely no hoops to jump through, no having to buy the Google Home alongside other smart home products, no nothing. You even get free nationwide shipping from Gamestop, as well as the option to pick this bad boy up at a store near you.

Believe it or not, this killer new promo makes the "full-sized" Google Home cheaper than the diminutive Nest Mini, at least typically, because the latter model has also been the subject of many great deals lately.

Although not exactly an audio powerhouse, the Google Home will naturally play much louder and crisper tunes than its little brothers while supporting the full range of Google Assistant tricks and capabilities.

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2 Comments

2. speedingcheetah

Posts: 99; Member since: Jul 22, 2017

gamestop is still a thing? they closed down the stores in my area a few years ago. use to stop in there all the time...as it was next door to Subway, so many lunch breaks involved browseing or playing demo games.

1. Xavier1415

Posts: 240; Member since: Feb 26, 2012

great price!

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