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Lenovo Smart Display 10" with the Google Assistant £167.98 @ Costco
Found 15th DecFound 15th Dec
I found the Lenovo Smart Display 10" with the Google Assistant at my local Costco store (Farnborough) today. It was £159.99 + VAT, and today they had a £20 instant rebate (before V… Read more

Just picked one up myself.... I'm pretty sure it's 17--24th for the savings but don't hold me to that.


Shame it's fixed to the speaker.


Was available in Reading also, so would think it's national


Lenovo have amazing HD displays for the money.


That's not a bad price will take a look next time I'm in Costco cheers!

Onkyo VCGX30W Google Home Speaker - Chromecast - White
Found 14th DecFound 14th Dec
Onkyo G3 Smart Speaker with Google Assistance - White Introducing your voice-controlled lifestyle concierge with the Google Assistant built-in and enhanced by decades of Onkyo audi… Read more

Most of their products are THX Certified ... Top brand... Amplifiers are simply a treat...


Yes. Google home (not mini) sounds awful.


Is it better than a full fat Google Home? I have a mini and Im impressed.The sound quality is poo thogh


That is terrible news. I was on the verge of buying this. Given a choice, would you say this is worse than the full fat Google Home?


All jokes about yoghurt aside. I have this and it's really disappointing. Very muffled and bassy. Really nothing special at all. I have a cheap Bluetooth speaker that performs better I wouldn't recommend.

Google Home Mini £29.99 + £4.99 del at Clas Ohlson
Found 13th DecFound 13th Dec
Google home mini smart speaker available at Class Ohlson for £29.99. Free delivery £35 or over otherwise £4.99. Might be worth a punt if you're already planning on purchasing somet… Read more
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yep, it's back to 39.99 again


I presume price has gone up to £39.99 or am I missing something ?


Added some printer paper for free delivery. Thanks op


Free delivery above 35 pounds. Just add 30 x AA batteries worth 6 quid and the delivery is for free.


Apparently only the Reading store will remain.

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Nest Learning Thermostat + free Google home mini
Found 12th DecFound 12th Dec
Same item in Currys £248 so decent saving… Read more

I figured as much, but it could be more clear on the paper sleeve that covers the stat base.


You can change the wires at the heatlink end to the 12v connections making it safe for the nest.


Well, mine came today, but there is a problem! A big effing problem! How in the hell am I supposed to power the thermostat? All the unboxing videos, show a white 3-pin power adapter and white USB cable. Mine has none of these! BUT, it states on the NEST back-plate that connecting to 240v will irreparably damage the NEST. Guess what? My current thermostat wires are 240v at the moment whilst part of the existing system. So, do these change to 12v once the 'NEST Heatlink' is connected? If not, where am I supposed to get power for the nest?


Does the silver one have a real stainless steel surround or just silver plastic like the others? After cancelling my order directly from Nest (with install for £229)due to the 6 week delivery date, .I've been waiting for the "Stainless Steel" version to come back in stock on the Screwfix website, which currently comes with free Nest stand worth £34.99 Ordered! :D

Google home hub £119 @ BT shop - need to search for DWT0PK00
Found 11th DecFound 11th Dec
If you missed out on the Black Friday £99 deal, I’d recommend getting one. Much better than Alexa. Thanks Stargeek: “Go to btshop and search for product code DWT0PK00. Then the p… Read more

Go to btshop and search for product code DWT0PK00. Then the price drops to £119.00.


Ordered. Use the mini all the time to catch up on news, listen to podcasts and play music on an audiocast connected to speakers. Having a screen will be a good upgrade.


I am sorry but I really don’t see the point of this. It’s mostly music based with switching lights etc on, but as a music player it’s one of the worst speakers I heard rendering it pointless for music. A 25 quid Alex or google sounds just as good and the screen is too small to do anything useful with.




My apologies. I didn't spot the link to the OP. (embarrassed)

Free Google Chromecast with Google Home Mini​ £49 at Argos
19/12/2018Expires on 19/12/2018Found 11th DecFound 11th Dec
Similar offer elsewhere as well, but now you can spend Nectar points on Argos.
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Just got this same deal at Curry's last night, bargain - esp if you missed out on the mini for £29

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I still think it's the wifi


Then the problem isn't wifi, obviously, or it would have told me. It's individual services that come and go or lose features. Really, the bugginess is thoroughly discussed in many online communities. I'm glad many people have been trouble-free. I have been trouble-full. Factory resets, restarts, reconnections, different services,, tested mic, checked command history, changed language to switch service and try betas. I am not a novice to technology or troubleshooting. I've even had the commands fail via the Home but the exact same thing work successfully via my phone. Why, who knows. This gizmo is the crappiest tech gadget I've ever owned. The only mitigating factory I can think of is that it's sometimes individual services like Spotify failing rather than Google Home failing to use them. But that makes no difference to me, not working is not working.


It'll only tell you there's no WiFi once you ask it something when there's no WiFi, bottom line is the problem lies with your WiFi


Will keep you posted! Protected on paypal anyway either way


Not the Peachy code... the sellers original price. I've been stung previously by counterfeits from what appears to be a reputable seller on ebay. I know they were, but you not cant get one from a big name retailer for less than £49 without a discount code. Just doesnt ring true to me.

Save £30 on Lenovo 8" or 10" Smart display @ Lenovo
06/01/2019Expires on 06/01/2019Found 8th DecFound 8th Dec
Winter Wonderland 2018 promotion deal in association with Google & Lenovo, get £30 off the 8" or 10” smart display
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Tracked within an hour for me


10% Cashback also from topcashback (Lenovo)


£129.99 is the price after discount, so not the best yet, just returning to BF pricing.


When you're cooking


-£30? So they will give me £30 to take it from them?

Save £15 on Google Home Mini w/code @ Google Store, RRP £49
23/12/2018Expires on 23/12/2018Found 8th DecFound 8th Dec
Winter Wonderland 2018 promotion, in association with Google & the Google Assistant. Save £15 on a Google Home Mini Speaker when bought from the Google Store
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Can we have the actual price in the title, or at least in the main post, please? "£15 off" doesn't mean anything unless you know the RRP is £49.


Not sure why this is so cold, I can't see see it anywhere for less right now. OK it's not 25, but does anyone reckon it will go this low before Xmas again?


Do you think after Christmas it goes down like 25 or 30 pounds like in black Friday?


Sorry I fail to see a deal here

Google home mini - Currys Price Promise of - £25
LocalLocalFound 5th DecFound 5th Dec
Went to Currys last night, asked to price match. They had plenty of stock as they sell them for £49. Instant pick up. Grey (culk) one is in stock is in stock. My deal is legitimate… Read more
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Only black one is out of stock grey one is not. Do I need to repost it or it could go live again?


This is not expired.


These get more expensive every year .. bought mine for £20 last christmas...


+1 the place you're matching has to have stock per T&C's, so this is more luck than deal.


Interesting, I thought they won’t price match if it’s OOS at the place you are trying to price match with

Google Home Mini Smart Speaker - Anthracite or Chalk £25 @ AO / AO eBay
Found 5th DecFound 5th Dec
Spotted that AO have dropped the price further on Google mini, seems to have been hiked to £49 at other retailers. Choice of anthracite and chalk - free delivery. Also available on… Read more
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In stock chalk colour Edit: Boooo




Why did I bother with black Friday when everything is cheaper now



Light grey is in stock in AO

Google Home Mini £29 @ Sainsburys
LocalLocalFound 3rd DecFound 3rd Dec
New Style Google Home Mini on offer at Sainsburys

I'm had alexa for 2 wks...returned today and picked up google home mini. But each time I say hey Google, my phone activates, which is already annoying me!


... but seems AO are now selling at £25 so saved £4 on yesterdays price and I've still got my Argos vocher:


All the £29 deals have disappeared overnight. Currys, Argos, etc. all back to the £49.00 "standard" price. Almost brought one yesterday (3rd Dec) when they were £29 but remembered I had a £5 Argos voucher at home. Brought voucher out with me today (4th Dec) and price now £49. Should have brought it yesterday (mad)


Heat, op. Will have a look in Sainsbury's tomorrow.


Maybe! But some of us didn't know. Got a £20 voucher, I may use it now. But I was hoping to find the Dot instead...

Google Home Smart Speaker Refurbished - £59.94 with code @ Bargain Crazy
Found 30th NovFound 30th Nov
Google Home Smart Speaker refurbished - probably just a customer return/unwanted.

Slightly better mic. Better sound quality, only useful if playing music though. I'd pick the mini at £30 over this at £60+.


Same for me and i posted the bloody deal (mad)


Might be worth considering this other speaker. Has Google assistant support/casting etc, just like this speaker, but is cheaper and has better sound.


How much better are these to the mini? I have a mini and love it and wonder if a large one would enhance my life any?


Got distracted. Now they're OOS ..damn you have to be quick on here sometimes

Google home £79 in wickes
Found 29th NovFound 29th Nov
Can also order online

Great find....


10% off for trade pro.


Ah sorry, I did check for previous deals first and the last one was a week ago for £89..... I didn’t see the google store one before that.........


I think it's gone cold because it's the same price from multiple retailers including Google themselves.


Not sure why this has gone cold, seems a good deal for an absolute great product. Heat added.

Google Home Voice-Activated Wireless Bluetooth Speaker With Google Assistant £79 @ Argos ebay
Found 29th NovFound 29th Nov
Deal still on at Argos.
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Google Home without question, integrates into android seamlessly and Google assistant far superior than Alexa.


Do very still do the £30.00 off first order?? ... Did this last year and got this for £49.00!




And in John Lewis York today too.


It has Chromecast already built-in.

Free Google Home Mini for SSE customers who book smart meter installation
21/12/2018Expires on 21/12/2018Found 25th NovFound 25th Nov
Just got a flyer through the door, SSE are giving away free Google Home Mini's to everyone who books their smart meter installation before 21st December.

They'll concoct a cunning plan to get you to pay for it through your bills.


There's no info about this freebie on the website linked - is it just the flier?


No way they will ever force you. If they did I will just keep breaking it.


Some reasonably objective views here: As always, The Registers article comments are usually worth a read too.


They are still allowed to install 1st gen smart meters until April 2019, they are just trying to install poo in to your house. 1st gen will only work with SSE,so if you move provided its useless, and they keep all the data they have collected about you.

Free 6 Months Midweek Delivery Saver Worth £20.94 when you buy a Google Home Mini £29 @ Tesco
Refreshed 24th NovRefreshed 24th Nov
Just noticed a banner when renewing my delivery saver, should be nice for some people. Not for me since I have alexa and also use the anytime delivery saver Offer is valid 23/11 … Read more
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I got my codr 7 days after it was delivered. My delivery saver was renewed last month, but on the delivery saver account website, it is possible to apply coupons after logging in which then get applied to your next subscription period. Since I had already paid up to next May, that means I get next May-November 2019 free (website clearly confirmed this).


I got mine 2 days ago :)


I'm still waiting for the email voucher.. anyone received yet? thanks


Shopping came without the Google home mini :(


Back up to £49 now!

Google home hub £92.99 with code at very without signing up for credit.
Found 23rd NovFound 23rd Nov
Use code VCLOUDVERY10 as new customer on the existing £99 google home hub offer. Code is 10 off but i had s charge of 3.99 delivery. Possible £89 with free click and collect. (Cli… Read more

Now over, please close


Ill change it back to 92.99 then


Click & collect is not available on the Google Home Hub (annoyed)


Thanks OP!


Thanks havinalaff, great deal, shame I bought one from Curry's earlier today, 99 quid so not too bad. Keep up the good deal posting, this has probably only gone cold because a few people have had a bad experience with very, trashed the very post with negative comments and everyone else just jumps on the very bashing wagon. I've used them twice, they were cheapest by far on the items, saved a ton and no issues both times.

Google Home Hub £69.99 @ Very
Found 23rd NovFound 23rd Nov
Google Home Hub for 69.99 after applying the code. This code can be used on any items above £60. You will need to create credit account with them first.

Worked for me. Followed the advice above. Clicked Pay In Full, chose Paypal. The Very Checkout said I'd get a credit of £30 to account but that didn't come into it. Logged into Paypal when requested and the order confirmation was for £72.99. Email confirming followed. Cheers for that. (y)


So do you actually get £30 off, or just £30 credit added to your Very account? I don't particularly want to use Very but it seems a bit of a bargain, but I'm not going to want to shop with them again so if its £30 credit that's not so appealing.


I don’t recommend this product. I have one of them and it has a lot of software issues. For about two weeks, I had to reset and setup the device over and over, every two hours, due to an issue with Google servers. When I contacted the support team, they told me they were aware of the issue and working on it. Since they fixed the issue, the device can only be setup on US English. They told me they are aware of the issue and working on it. To be honest, maybe the next version will be better but, for now, it’s only a useless experience piece of plastic. That’s only my opinion, of course, and I hope other users had a better experience.


Same here, upgraded the account and it took the code, happy days. Paypal had a mardi so I paid on card and it went through.


Worked for me - applied for a new account, upgrade to credit account, applied code at checkout and £30 off (£2.99 added for postage). Don't have to pay with their credit option - I paid with paypal!

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