Google Home Mini £34.00 // Google Home £104.00 @ Argos & Argos ebay // Tesco Direct
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Google Home Mini £34.00 // Google Home £104.00 @ Argos & Argos ebay // Tesco Direct

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Found 21st MarEdited by:"nihir"
Update - Same price now at Tesco Direct

Google Home and Google Home Mini now reduced at Argos and Argos eBay store.

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tikketeyboo9 h, 35 m ago

Mat sound silly but is this same as Alexa really ent know which to buy …Mat sound silly but is this same as Alexa really ent know which to buy hubby for birthday ?


If he has an Android or iPhone and uses Google services like Search, Maps, Youtube and Chromecast then Google is a no-brainer. It is the smarter of the two, more natural to talk to and has a better speaker than the Dot. You can also have multiple accounts so you can use it too, for example if you say "how long will it take for me to get to work?" it will give you directions to your work and different directions to your husband, as it can recognise different voices.

However, If he wants to say "order me toliet roll from amazon" (who does this?) get the Dot.

In my experience the Google one is much better.
Edited by: "shauney3" 21st Mar
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Ordered, thank you!
Google mini £49 still in Argos ??

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vassy4u2 m ago

Google mini £49 still in Argos ??[Image]


It sometimes take time to update depends on browser. Mine shows £34 now.
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Mat sound silly but is this same as Alexa really ent know which to buy hubby for birthday ?
nihir12 m ago

It sometimes take time to update depends on browser. Mine shows £34 …It sometimes take time to update depends on browser. Mine shows £34 now.[Image]


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All good now
Just mange to get 2
Bought mine from the eBay Argos store - all versions, available at the price above
Argos price is correct (£34) when you complete checkout.
Thanks, been waiting for them to drop again so I could use some of my Zeek credit from TCB/Quidco
MrMoneySaver17 m ago

Thanks, been waiting for them to drop again so I could use some of my Zeek …Thanks, been waiting for them to drop again so I could use some of my Zeek credit from TCB/Quidco


How do you pay with Zeek and can you buy from anywhere with Zeek credit
19DembaBa195 m ago

How do you pay with Zeek and can you buy from anywhere with Zeek credit


You can buy a £50 Argos voucher for £45.80 using FRESH3 for £3 off

I personally bought £25 + £50 of Lifestyle vouchers and used SEED5 to get them for £68.80 as I can use that voucher on many other sites too. Argos is the only place that it's discounted that you can by Zeek credit for at the moment.
Edited by: "MrMoneySaver" 21st Mar
So you can also get £5 Argos credit by going through voucher codes guys.
19DembaBa195 m ago

How do you pay with Zeek and can you buy from anywhere with Zeek credit


It's an app/site where you can buy a range of vouchers from different retailers. It's essentially an eBay for vouchers.
Edited by: "SupeR130" 21st Mar
Same price John Lewis with 2 year guarantee and free click and collect from John Lewis and Waitrose shops.
johnlewis.com/goo…693
you Can get a £5 Argos voucher if you spend £35 as well. Add a gift for a quid and follow the link here Vouchercodes
Edited by: "gb1999" 21st Mar
Geemac1 h, 33 m ago

Same price John Lewis with 2 year guarantee and free click and collect …Same price John Lewis with 2 year guarantee and free click and collect from John Lewis and Waitrose shops.https://www.johnlewis.com/google-home-mini-hands-free-smart-speaker/p3342693


gb199935 m ago

you Can get a £5 Argos voucher if you spend £35 as well. Add a gift for a …you Can get a £5 Argos voucher if you spend £35 as well. Add a gift for a quid and follow the link here Vouchercodes


Damn, I bought a bit too soon I've got a £5 voucher for John Lewis and spending an extra £1 to get a £5 voucher at Argos makes sense! Ah well, moral of the story; don't shop at 6am!
Edited by: "MrMoneySaver" 21st Mar
gb199945 m ago

you Can get a £5 Argos voucher if you spend £35 as well. Add a gift for a …you Can get a £5 Argos voucher if you spend £35 as well. Add a gift for a quid and follow the link here Vouchercodes


How do you add a gift for a quid.

can this only be done online, as opposed to going into an Argos shop.
Home is same price at John Lewis, 2 year guarantee..

How much were these before Christmas?
Edited by: "RAFAVDV" 21st Mar
They were the same price at Christmas.

Have taken the plunge. I've already got 2 echo devices but i've found myself using google assistant more on my phone lately so going to see how they both compare.
Thanks op
I got a price alert from pricespy this morning but it was at carphone warehouse. Much easier for me to buy on eBay
Gallus54 m ago

How do you add a gift for a quid.can this only be done online, as opposed …How do you add a gift for a quid.can this only be done online, as opposed to going into an Argos shop.



Try this link

Would need to be online as its voucher codes that gives you the voucher, not argos
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tikketeyboo11 h, 9 m ago

Mat sound silly but is this same as Alexa really ent know which to buy …Mat sound silly but is this same as Alexa really ent know which to buy hubby for birthday ?


Amazon dot for me anyway. The major difference is that the dot has audio output to plug into a sound system like I have mine with firetv. You can link a Google home / mini via a chrome cast but that's another product. There are lots of other differences but depends what you want it for. For example if you have an Amazon prime account I'd go for the Dot if you are using audio out. All of the products Google and Amazon need to be plugged into the mains all the time unless you get a third party battery dock. The Google products are better for anwsering questions if that's what you want to do with it. Overall they are both great but line out wins it for me on the dot. Google Home / Echo (speaker size) I'm pretty sure sound quality is about the same but some would say otherwise. Again the Echo has audio out on this too.
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gb199916 m ago

Try this link Would need to be online as its voucher codes that gives you …Try this link Would need to be online as its voucher codes that gives you the voucher, not argos


Just takes me to the Argos website.

Sounds like too much hassle for a £5.00
Edited by: "Gallus" 21st Mar
tikketeyboo9 h, 35 m ago

Mat sound silly but is this same as Alexa really ent know which to buy …Mat sound silly but is this same as Alexa really ent know which to buy hubby for birthday ?


If he has an Android or iPhone and uses Google services like Search, Maps, Youtube and Chromecast then Google is a no-brainer. It is the smarter of the two, more natural to talk to and has a better speaker than the Dot. You can also have multiple accounts so you can use it too, for example if you say "how long will it take for me to get to work?" it will give you directions to your work and different directions to your husband, as it can recognise different voices.

However, If he wants to say "order me toliet roll from amazon" (who does this?) get the Dot.

In my experience the Google one is much better.
Edited by: "shauney3" 21st Mar
I have the echo and a dot but thinking of getting one of these as well. Anyone one else own both and any advantages of owning both. I have Amazon prime and firestick and a Chromecast and Netflix
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shauney332 m ago

If he has an Android or iPhone and uses Google services like Search, Maps, …If he has an Android or iPhone and uses Google services like Search, Maps, Youtube and Chromecast then Google is a no-brainer. It is the smarter of the two, more natural to talk to and has a better speaker than the Dot. You can also have multiple accounts so you can use it too, for example if you say "how long will it take for me to get to work?" it will give you directions to your work and different directions to your husband, as it can recognise different voices. However, If he wants to say "order me toliet roll from amazon" (who does this?) get the Dot.In my experience the Google one is much better.


Oh yeah forgot to say it is great for ordering toilet roll lol. I've got the shopping options turned off on mine so there are no suggestions. I am using for audio books too which the dot / echo are amazing for. Again it all depends on what you want it for. It you want to have conversations with it then its the Google product. I've had both sent the Google back and went for the dot as it was right for me not just because it could order toilet roll. But like you say it all depends on what you personally think.
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royy15 m ago

I have the echo and a dot but thinking of getting one of these as well. …I have the echo and a dot but thinking of getting one of these as well. Anyone one else own both and any advantages of owning both. I have Amazon prime and firestick and a Chromecast and Netflix


Mini if you want conversation and the chromecast is better for screen casting. Google missed a trick with line in but it was obviously done to get people to but chromecast / chromecast audio. I've tried all the products and chromecast is good.for.what it is but firetv has the remote. I can't stand fiddling with mobile for everything. I've tried screen mirroring on firetv but nothing as good as chromecast.
Edited by: "deleted1836930" 21st Mar
Main reason these are popular now over a Amazon dot is for free calls using google home READ HERE
royy22 m ago

I have the echo and a dot but thinking of getting one of these as well. …I have the echo and a dot but thinking of getting one of these as well. Anyone one else own both and any advantages of owning both. I have Amazon prime and firestick and a Chromecast and Netflix


I own several Echo Dots, all of them are connected to decent speaker systems via line out or bluetooth. However, i'm considering buying a Google Home just because Google have recently added free UK calls...

support.google.com/goo…=en

BT Shop have the full size Google Home for £99...

shop.bt.com/pro…BwE
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Free calls good if you don't mind anyone in the same room listening to what the other person is saying. You can call and message others with a dot or echo from your own dot or echo but not call landlines / mobiles...... yet.
Edited by: "deleted1836930" 21st Mar
Just use the Google assistant on your android phone.

Exactly same functionality and a lot less bother as it's always with you.
Saving of 100%
Thanks OP - got a mini and the big one - all for £20 off the argos prices with argos gift cards
Will see if I get the £5 argos voucher from vouchercodes too
Google missed a trick with these devices. Given the head start Amazon had with their Alexa /Echo ecosystem, Google should have priced their devices at around £20 for the Mini and £50 for the Home. This probably would have meant a loss on each device, but it would have seriously undercut Amazon's business model and allowed them to gain much needed traction in the voice controlled space while leveraging their core strength in search. They would have won that longer term game. Amazon are investing millions in the Echo ecosystem so not sure if Google can ever catch up now.

This is a good price given current prices, heated.
Edited by: "hcc27" 21st Mar
Zeek seems to have sold out of £100 vouchers?
They have it on Amazon for £25. Joke. lol
If you have paid more than £34 for the Google Home Mini in the last few months, you should kick yourself because there have already been 16 previous deals posted on HUKD for the Mini at the same price since November so it is pretty much a standard price these days.
Grabbed one from Tesco as I found £10 of Tesco direct vouchers. Thanks for the heads up OP.

I’m already heavily invested with Echo Dots but I’ve heard that these are much better with General knowledge questions and the free phone calls is a major bonus.
shauney39 h, 13 m ago

If he has an Android or iPhone and uses Google services like Search, Maps, …If he has an Android or iPhone and uses Google services like Search, Maps, Youtube and Chromecast then Google is a no-brainer. It is the smarter of the two, more natural to talk to and has a better speaker than the Dot. You can also have multiple accounts so you can use it too, for example if you say "how long will it take for me to get to work?" it will give you directions to your work and different directions to your husband, as it can recognise different voices. However, If he wants to say "order me toliet roll from amazon" (who does this?) get the Dot.In my experience the Google one is much better.


What about if they want a 3.5mm jack plug output?
What if they want the best smart home support of any smart hub?
What if they want to link the hub to a bluetooth speaker?
What if they want a smart hub with a screen?
What if they want 1000's of 3rd party skills to extend the capability of the hub?

and one for a joke: What if they like smart hubs that dont look like Glade air freshners?

Until then Google doesnt hold all the cards.
Edited by: "appolospb" 21st Mar
deleted183693021st Mar

Free calls good if you don't mind anyone in the same room listening to …Free calls good if you don't mind anyone in the same room listening to what the other person is saying. You can call and message others with a dot or echo from your own dot or echo but not call landlines / mobiles...... yet.


Actually you can but you need the soon to be released Echo connect device to do so and I don’t think the calls are free...but I don’t know all the details
appolospb10 m ago

What about if they want a 3.5mm jack plug output?What if they want the …What about if they want a 3.5mm jack plug output?What if they want the best smart home support of any smart hub?What if they want to link the hub to a bluetooth speaker?What if they want a smart hub with a screen?What if they want 1000's of 3rd party skills to extend the capability of the hub?and one for a joke: What if they like smart hubs that dont look like Glade air freshners?Until then Google doesnt hold all the cards.


Wow. Someone has a proper hard on for Alexa. Hahaha. Only kidding, I’ve already got 7 Dots.

But Bluetooth speaker connectivity is coming to Google Home shortly.

This device is for something different to the Echo and I think many people would be happy with both. Free calls are a decent draw and also a far better search engine for questions make this great for finding details out, so good for helping kids find out facts.

Oh and I’d go as far as saying that whilst the Google Home Mini has a quirky look, the Dot isn’t exactly an oil painting. It looks like a black tin of Tuna or an over weight hockey puck.
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