In fact, it doesn't appear that any of the Pixel-branded devices announced back in October will be discounted, or at least the company hasn't announced anything yet and we're just 48 hours away from kickoff.
Of all Google Home's many functions, one of the most useful is being able to control smart home devices with it. Google Home has offered direct control over light bulbs, thermostats, switches, and most recently security cameras, but according to a Google Support page that Android Police discovered, this direct control is expanding to even more smart appliances.
What we're sure to get for smaller prices are the products that we use at home, like Google Home Mini, Chromecast and Google Wi-Fi. And Google is also included on this list. Let's take a look at the following offers.
Google is sending out promotional emails to customers stating the new $29 price tag that is in effect on Google Store and other partner stores. With this latest change anyone who wants to connect multiple Google Calendars can do so from the settings menu within the Google Home application on their smartphone, and it's a pretty simple process to configure whatever calendars you're wanting to add into the app so that you can access that information from the connected Google Home speaker that you have inside your house. You can also get it from Walmart through Google Express and get $25 credit for a future purchase, meaning that you'll get the Mini for only $4!
Want something bigger? Google Home will retail for $79 in Google's online store - nearly $50 cheaper than usual. Walmart will throw in the same deal with their $25 Google Express credit.
Google sells the Chromecast for $25, and so is Target. Walmart and Best Buy also have great deals for Chromecast - $20. You can see all the deals at the link above.