Updated Thursday, November 16, 2017: All indications show that smart speakers will be one of the hottest electronic gifts this holiday season. And there are plenty of new releases to choose from here in 2017 — From Sonos One to Amazon Echo 2, Apple HomePod to Google Home. And if you have your heart set on a new Google Home, Home Mini, or Home Max, then we’re here to help you find the best Black Friday deals this year.
Here are the confirmed Google Home Black Friday deals for 2017:
— Kohl’s: Featured as a doorbuster deal on the third page of Kohl’s Black Friday 2017 ad, you’ll be able to pick up Google Home on sale for $79.99 on Thanksgiving day. That’s $50.00 off the regular list price of $129.99. It also comes with $15.00 worth of Kohl’s Cash that you can use towards anything else in the store. The sale starts on Thursday, November 23rd at 12:01AM CT at kohls.com and later in the afternoon in stores at 5:00PM. Offer ends at 1:00PM Friday November 24th, or while supplies last.
— Walmart: Walmart is featuring two Google Home smart speakers in their Black Friday ad this year. The first, located on the front cover of the ad, is an awesome deal for the Google Home Mini. Sale priced at $29 (that’s $25 off) it also comes with a $25 off coupon to use on your next Walmart order when you order through Google Express (there’s a maximum of two shopping coupons per household). So with savings included, Google Home Mini on costs you $4.
The second deal at Walmart is for Google Home that’s on sale for $79 (that’s $50 off). This one also comes with the $25 off coupon to use on your next Walmart order when you order through Google Express (the same two coupon per household limit applies).
The sale begins on Thursday, Thanksgiving day at walmart.com and later that afternoon in-stores when they open at 6:00PM (that’s on November 23, 2017). Everything is while supplies last — Limits per customer will apply (see the ad below for details).
— Target: Head on over to Target to pick up the Google Home Mini on sale for $29 (normally priced at $49). It also comes with a $10 Target Store Gift Card. Limit 5 per person. They also have the larger Google Home on sale for $79 (regularly priced at $129 — That’s $50 off). Sale prices valid from Thursday Nov. 23 through Saturday Nov. 25, 2017, or while supplies last. Shop the sale at target.com or in stores. Free shipping for all online orders. Stores open from 6:00PM to Midnight on Thursday, Thanksgiving Day (Nov. 23, 2017). Then they reopen at 6:00AM on Friday (Nov. 24, 2017). Official details and terms can be found in Target’s Black Friday 2017 ad.
— JC Penney: Page 7 of JC Penney’s Black Friday ad is where their electronics deals begin, including on Google Home. It’s on sale for $79.99 (normally priced at $129.00). No additional coupons can be used on this offer. The sale starts on Thanksgiving day, November 23, 2017, online and at your nearest store. Just keep in mind that store opening times will vary by location this year so be sure to check ahead of time for store hours in your location. For details and to shop all the deals, visit jcpenney.com.
— Best Buy: Google Home is featured in Best Buy’s Black Friday ad this year for $79.99. That’s a savings of $49.01 from their regular retail price. Free shipping is also included if you buy it online. Shop the sale starting Thursday, Thanksgiving day at bestbuy.com and in stores later that afternoon when doors open at 5:00PM (that’s on November 23, 2017). Available while supplies last.
— Lowe’s: This year Lowe’s will have both the Google Home on sale for $79 (normally $129) and the Google Home Mini on sale for $29 (normally $49). The deals featured in their Black Friday ad this year begin on Thanksgiving day at lowes.com (Nov 23rd) and in stores the next day on Black Friday (all stores open at 6:00AM in the morning.
— Meijer: Featured on the front page of Meijer’s Black Friday ad this year is both the Google Home and Google Home Mini. The Google Home is on sale for $79 (that’s $50 off). The Home Mini on the other hand is just $29 (that’s $20 off) but also comes with a $10 off store coupon that you can use at your next trip to Meijer. That means that Google Home Mini costs just $19 with savings included. Sale begins at 6:00AM on Thursday, Thanksgiving day (November 23, 2017). Available while supplies last.
— Costco: From November 24—27, 2017, Costco club card holders will be able to save $50.00 on a 2-pack of Google Home voice activated speakers. No final sale price is quoted in their Black Friday ad so you’ll have to see your nearest store for details. Doors open at 9:00AM on Friday.
— Home Depot: In Home Depot’s Black Friday 2017 ad this year you’ll find the Google Home on sale for $79 (normally $129) and the Google Home Mini on sale for $29 (normally $49). The sale starts at 6:00AM on Thursday, Thanksgiving day (Nov. 23rd) at homedepot.com (most items will qualify for free shipping). In stores the sale goes live when they open at 6:00AM on Black Friday (Nov. 24). Offer ends on November 27, 2017 or while supplies last.
— Overstock: Head on over to overstock.com to get the Google Home for $79 during their Black Friday sale. We just don’t know the exact start and end dates for the sale so be sure to start checking their site as we approach Black Friday.
— Navy Exchange: For all of you in active military service, you’ll be able to pick up the Google Home on sale this Black Friday at Navy Exchange. It’ll be sale priced at $73.75 (that’s $50 off their list price). Offer valid Thursday, Thanksgiving day through Saturday (Nov. 23—25, 2017) or while supplies last. Shop in stores or online at myNavyExchange.com. Stores closed on Thanksgiving day but will be open on Black Friday from 5:00AM. Just keep in mind that similar to AAFES, only active-duty military, reserve, and National Guard employees will be able to shop at NEX.
If we see any more Google Home Black Friday 2017 deals come out over Thanksgiving weekend then we’ll be adding the updates here on Blacker Friday. Be sure to check back tomorrow!
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