Google Home Will Be Marked Down to $99 for Black Friday

Google Home just launched a few weeks ago, and Best Buy is already planning to cut the price for Black Friday next week. Black Friday is the biggest shopping day of the year, and that's due to the fact that retailers will typically offer their best sales on that day. Although the majority of their sales are limited, so many people have trouble getting the crazy low price tags and many retailers and customers resort to opening and starting their day even earlier. Many retailers have already shown off their ads for Black Friday, and Best Buy is one of them. Now the company has added some new products to their Black Friday ad, which includes the Google Home.

Best Buy will be dropping the price of Google Home from $129 all the way down to $99. That's about a quarter of the price knocked off. And it definitely makes it a great price to pick up Google Home, even though many reviewers feel that the Google Assistant isn't quite ready. Google Home is essentially Google's take on the Amazon Echo. It has the Google Assistant built in, which can do things like answer your questions, control your Nest Thermostat and more, but there are some pretty simple queries that it can't yet do. Google Home is only going to get better, especially since the Google Assistant is software-based, and Google can push out updates without needing to force users to buy a new product.

Remember that when buying the Google Home, you also get six months of YouTube Red included for free. Which means you'll be able to watch more content on YouTube, including exclusive content and ad-free content. Additionally, you'll get Google Play Music Unlimited for six months as that is part of the subscription to YouTube Red. That right there is worth about $60, making Google Home really only cost about $40. If you've been wanting to pick up Google Home, Black Friday will be the day to pick it up. You can grab it from the link below, and also check out what else Best Buy will have in store for Black Friday.

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