Best Buy Best Buy: Get the Google Home Mini for $25.00 (regularly $50.00) Get the Google Home Mini for $25 at Best Buy!

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Add Google to any room in your house with a Google Home Mini from Best Buy, because you can get one for just $25.00 (regularly $50.00) -- a savings of $25.00!

This deal can also be found at other retailers including eBay, Staples, The Home Depot and The Source -- for comparison, the same smart speaker is $29.00 at the Google Store.

Originally released in October 2017, this deal only applies to the first-generation Google Home Mini and not the second-generation Google Nest Mini released in October 2019. However, this is an excellent price for the Google Home Mini, as it matches the historical low for the tiny smart speaker (excluding price errors), which can perform tasks like check the weather, play music and control smart products by using your voice.

This offer is effective online and in Best Buy stores (where available) until January 30. BestBuy.ca offers free shipping with orders over $35.00 and a free in-store pick-up option with no minimum.

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    • Just noticed Lowes.ca hasn't adjusted their prices yet (still $29), so price match opportunity there to get an extra 10% off!
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    • Worth it just for "Okay Google, set timer 10 minutes."
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    • They finally re-introduced integration with different List apps like Google Keep. It was super annoying using the browser based shopping list.

      We have multiple lists for different stores so it's useful in that sense.
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    • redkulat wrote:
      Jan 11th, 2020 12:18 pm
      They finally re-introduced integration with different List apps like Google Keep. It was super annoying using the browser based shopping list.

      We have multiple lists for different stores so it's useful in that sense.
      What do you mean ?
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    • Daf wrote:
      Jan 11th, 2020 12:19 pm
      What do you mean ?
      You add a service under Notes and List. We created multiple checklists in Google keep so we have seperate ones for stores like Walmart, Costco, No Frills, etc.

      For some reason when we did "hey Google add item to grocery list" it was giving errors so we renamed it to No Frills and it was fine.
      Screenshot_20200111-122420_Google.jpg
      Screenshot_20200111-122901_Keep Notes.jpg
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    • Good thing you don't own a cellphone, then. Always-on voice assistants have been around a lot longer than smart speakers.

      Great deal OP! Grabbed one from Staples to pair with my other Home Mini in L/R speaker mode.
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    • RiCHC3 wrote:
      Jan 11th, 2020 12:15 pm
      Worth it just for "Okay Google, set timer 10 minutes."
      More like, Okay Google, Okay Google, for ****sakes why do I always have to ask 3 times, Okay Google.
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    • This is the last generation. I was told Nest Mini is better.
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    • deal_with_singh wrote:
      Jan 11th, 2020 2:56 pm
      This is the last generation. I was told Nest Mini is better.
      This is the gen 1 Mini. Nest Mini is gen 2, with better speaker & improved bass.
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    • RiCHC3 wrote:
      Jan 11th, 2020 12:15 pm
      Worth it just for "Okay Google, set timer 10 minutes."

      Lol... honestly never really saw the big deal with it either until I started using it more. Although, I still don't see it as something I'd buy for myself, my wife bought one for me, and find it slightly more useful than I initially believed. I set it up to Chromecast to turn my TV on/off (well as volume controls, etc). Also used it as an intercom one time to tell my son to get upstairs to bed... f--cking hilarious, he freaked out, lol.
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    • Successfully did this.
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    • RiCHC3 wrote:
      Jan 11th, 2020 12:15 pm
      Worth it just for "Okay Google, set timer 10 minutes."
      all that does for me is set it on my phone in my pocket
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    • Back when I was reading 1984 in highschool, I thought it was extremely fictional that everyone would have a surveillance device in their home or in their pocket. Doesn't seem that fictional now...
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    • decent deal!

      we use them quite often in the kitchen to set timer...or have it read the news (use the app to control what news your want to listen to). Bedroom one has a recurring alarm setup and we check the weather and traffic with it often. We also have quite a few smart switches and cams around the house so its quite useful. Recently got one with a screen (@staples with coupon) to check who rung the door bell...but contemplating whether or not i should keep it

      Best use i believe is to group all devices as a speaker so when we host, we can have all speakers play the same music at the same time...ghetto sonos!

      Lastly, i recommend buying housings on amazon so you can mount it at the plug, reducing clutter and cable mess.
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    • Thanks OP! I have about 8 of these ready for the new place - I don't give a crap who is listening/monitoring my online activity I have absolutely nothing to hide!

      No facebook+Pihole+uBlock+Firefox (because I HATE ads) let them data mine me to their hearts content!
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    • I never wanted one but was gifted one for Xmas. I purchased another last week.

      My mom uses it for kitchen alarm 10 minutes (alarm keeps beeping, timer beeps then stops so you might miss it), play 50's music, play elvis, everly brothers, paul anka, 680nes, chumfm, radio maria, listening to recipes.

      I use it for morning weather: "good morning", morning alarm with music from my google play playlist.
      Got them near cost price for around $10 from my secret seller.

      was not overly impressed with speaker quality for music, but it will pair with a bluetooth speaker so I ordered one and am waiting for it to arrive.
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    • Google Home can add a lot of value to everyday life. Very useful in the bathroom to listen to news, ask the time, or play music. Sometimes your shower thoughts may lead to questions and then you can ask Google immediately. The Nest Mini (gen 2) is definitely better sounding for music though.
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    • Gooddeal2012 wrote:
      Jan 11th, 2020 5:54 pm
      was not overly impressed with speaker quality for music, but it will pair with a bluetooth speaker so I ordered one and am waiting for it to arrive.
      Still not great but if you stereo pair 2 and/or crank the bass EQ up it definitely helps.
      Puissance wrote:
      Jan 11th, 2020 6:44 pm
      Very useful in the bathroom to listen to news, ask the time, or play music. Sometimes your shower thoughts may lead to questions and then you can ask Google immediately
      Did the same thing with an outlet mount to save space, voice control is great to have and can leave my phone outside.
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