Google Home Mini £34 @ Argos
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Google Home Mini £34 @ Argos

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Sorry forgot to add price is reduced at checkout

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bartosi10 m ago

Have you checked pinned highlited posts before submitting this..? Already …Have you checked pinned highlited posts before submitting this..? Already posted!


Are you referring to this deal?
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If so the argos ebay page got mentioned not the actual store site. No link provided

danrutherford9321 m ago

Are you referring to this deal?[Image] If so the argos ebay page got …Are you referring to this deal?[Image] If so the argos ebay page got mentioned not the actual store site. No link provided


Can’t u make bth ur deal one?
Edited by: "vassy1" 15th Nov

Ordered 🔥🔥 added.

You will also need a android phone or tablet running android 6.0 or above, or iPhone/iPad to install and run the (free) Google Home app on. And a Google account... And a music account...
Edited by: "davemhaynes" 15th Nov

They seem a little gimmiky to me. I'm tech savvy, but I can't really see the use for one of these, or the Alexa device, except to ask what the weather is....whilst looking out the window

I have S8 hubby has IPhone 7

artnada1 h, 34 m ago

They seem a little gimmiky to me. I'm tech savvy, but I can't really see …They seem a little gimmiky to me. I'm tech savvy, but I can't really see the use for one of these, or the Alexa device, except to ask what the weather is....whilst looking out the window

We use it all.the time to set timers when cooking, reminders to do things, warn about accidents on the commute, turn the heating on, but mostly to play music in various rooms of the house and to ask questions (largely coming from my son). It is Google after all. I can also ask it to turn the lights off upstairs, and as of a recent update, to tell the kids around the house their dinner is ready. None of this stuff is impossible to do other ways, but it is very convenient.

I am buying another three minis so we have it in more rooms of the house.

artnada1 h, 53 m ago

They seem a little gimmiky to me. I'm tech savvy, but I can't really see …They seem a little gimmiky to me. I'm tech savvy, but I can't really see the use for one of these, or the Alexa device, except to ask what the weather is....whilst looking out the window


Agreed 100%. Definitely need more compelling reasons to purchase one than to turn on a light or the heating, or asking a question when I can raise my phone and ask that/type in google!

Don't know about 100%, but definitely 10% cashback if your're with Barclays. Brings it down to £30.60

Anywhere but Argos, their returns service has gone downhill over the years - the other day, I swear I thought the assistant was going to bring out a magnifying glass to check whether a brand new item still in its sealed wrapper had been used. After well over 5 minutes of this forensic examination, I had to called the tattooed and face pierced 'manager' over to come over.

I think most places are now doing the Google Home for this price, so would deal with any other company than Argos.
Edited by: "Sphere" 15th Nov

Is there a 5% discount through Quidco on top for this?

artnada5 h, 54 m ago

They seem a little gimmiky to me. I'm tech savvy, but I can't really see …They seem a little gimmiky to me. I'm tech savvy, but I can't really see the use for one of these, or the Alexa device, except to ask what the weather is....whilst looking out the window

Very useful if you have some smart devices
- smart thermostat can be asked to turn heating up or down from the sofa
-smart lighting can be used to switch on/off, dim lights

I still had my £5 voucher from the Argos Halloween 'spooktacular' making it £29, just in case anyone still has theirs.

Use Quidco today and get 5% cashback (ends thursday night at midnight) and £2.50 cashback bonus ( ends tonight at midnight).
Works out to be
£29.80 for Google Home mini
£72.55 for Google Home
After cashback of course

Are these worth buying if you don't have many smart devices in your home other than TV and phones???

DazLFC31 m ago

Are these worth buying if you don't have many smart devices in your home …Are these worth buying if you don't have many smart devices in your home other than TV and phones???


If you subscribe to a premium music service it would add some value but without automation or premium music streaming it probably won't get much use

cmit2 h, 43 m ago

If you subscribe to a premium music service it would add some value but …If you subscribe to a premium music service it would add some value but without automation or premium music streaming it probably won't get much use


Spotify free works on it. You can't choose songs or albums but ask for a play list and it's great.

Using as my alarm clock, radio and news for the mornings.

artnada16 h, 17 m ago

They seem a little gimmiky to me. I'm tech savvy, but I can't really see …They seem a little gimmiky to me. I'm tech savvy, but I can't really see the use for one of these, or the Alexa device, except to ask what the weather is....whilst looking out the window

Its usefulness is augmented if you have compatible devices in your home. Like a Chromecast for example.

cmit3 h, 45 m ago

If you subscribe to a premium music service it would add some value but …If you subscribe to a premium music service it would add some value but without automation or premium music streaming it probably won't get much use

You can use a free Spotify account.

"Ok Google, play chill out music on Spotify"😊

Can you listen to the radio on the Google mini?
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