Ready for another summer sale? Google has started offering a series of discounts on select products via the Google Store. But it houses the Google Assistant, which allows you to use your voice to do things like ask Google what the weather is like, how old LeBron James is, and even control your smart home products. That cuts the price down to $749 for the 64GB version, and $849 for the 128GB.
The deals are valid through July 17th (it's no coincidence that Prime Day lasts from July 16th to July 17th), or while supplies last, so you'll have to act fast if you're looking for cheaper Google hardware. We highly suggest you avail of the good prices now before stocks run out. You can save $30 on a single Google Home as well, but that discount grows to $100 if you buy two at once. This is a really good price for the Google Home Mini and nearly makes it an impulse buy for many people.
If you don't need premium audio from your smart speaker, you can also save $15 off the Google Home Mini, bringing it down to $34, or the classic Google Home for $99, down from $129. The two retailers are also knocking an extra $5 off the Chromecast Ultra so you can get it for $49. You can also get a free Google Home Mini when you buy a Nest thermostat, but that particular deal was running long before Google kicked off its summer sale yesterday.
If you have any money left over from Steam's recent sales bonanza, you can head over to the Google Store and grab a variety of electronics at a discount.