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Google Home now on sale for $99, second-gen Chromecast just $25

Google is making another big promo push with the Google Home, knocking its price down to just $99 (from $129) at a few different retailers. The immediate $30 discount is available at Best Buy (opens in new tab), Verizon (opens in new tab) and the Google Store, and likely elsewhere as well.

For those who are looking to grab a Google Pixel, the Google Store is also currently running a deal (opens in new tab) to give you a Google Home completely free with purchase of the phone. Just add both the phone and a Home to your cart, and the discount for the Home will be automatically applied. That's pretty sweet.

To add to the fun and give your Home a nice companion on the TV, Google has also discounted the second-gen Chromecast (opens in new tab) and Chromecast Audio (opens in new tab) by $10 across retailers as well, dropping the price to $25 each. That's absolutely an impulse buy kind of price, and a great way to link up TVs and speakers that don't yet have one.

So, who's buying a nicely discounted Google Home now? Let us know your thoughts in the comments!

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Andrew was an Executive Editor, U.S. at Android Central between 2012 and 2020.

5 Comments
  • You can get both on Ebay right now for $99. It's a special sale they are having and they are being sold by Google.
  • What he said. Buy the bundle for $99 http://www.androidcentral.com/e?link=http2F2Frover...
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  • My personal experience is I first purchased the Echo late in 2014 and learned all the commands and loved it but never integrated into my family as they just would never take the time to learn the Echo commands. They really are not that complicated. Then purchased the Google Home when it came out. Yes I am a geek. They used the Google Home and then I purchased a couple more. They now use pretty much daily and well integrated. The big difference is the Google Home does not have commands you memorize but instead supports what is called natural speech. In other words you talk to it like you would to your wife or husband. If already have an Echo going to the Google Home is easy as it works with the same commands. It is harder to go from a Google Home to a Echo as the Echo needs commands.
  • Awesome, some great tips, thanks