The Google Home Mini was already advertised as an affordable device when it launched this month, so if $50 is an inexpensive price tag, how would you feel about paying only four bucks for it? That's essentially what you can now get from Walmart that's offering the smart speaker for $29 but is also bundling it with a $25 coupon to form one of the most attractive Black Friday deals of the year. The Google Express gift card that you're getting with your Google Home Mini purchase expires on January 15th, 2018, giving you nearly two months to decide how to spend it, though even $29 for the speaker isn't a lot considering this is a product that's barely a few weeks old and has already established itself as one of the most affordable and reliable smart speakers out there even without this deep price cut.
Thanks to Walmart's Black Friday promotion, the Google Home Mini's price already hit a record-low that's unlikely to be beaten anytime soon after this deal expires in the coming days. As is often the case with attractive sales following Thanksgiving, this offer appears to be good while supplies last, which almost certainly won't be for long. Free two-day shipping is also part of the package, just like with every other product offered by Walmart, with the device itself being available in Chalk and Charcoal color options.
If you're interested in even bigger savings or would like to purchase a Google Assistant-enabled speaker that offers a higher level of audio quality than the Google Home Mini, Walmart also slashed the price of the regular Google Home by $50, offering it for just $79. This particular device also ships with a $25 Google Express coupon valid until mid-January, making it an even more attractive offering. If you're a regular Walmart customer, Google's smart speakers support voice-enabled orders of many products available from the retailer and are by far the most convenient way of online shopping, allowing you to just tell your speaker what to order and let it do the rest. Refer to the banners below to take advantage of these massive discounts, provided Walmart still has any speakers left in stock.