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Google Home is one of the leading voice-activated smart speakers on the market, similar to Amazon’s Echo and Alexa devices. Simply say ‘Ok Google’ and ask it any question you like and Google Assistant uses the enormously powerful Google search engine to bring you the answer. Unlike Alexa, you can then ask follow up questions without using the trigger phrase for a more natural conversational vibe.
More features and apps are being added all the time, but right now you can stream music from Google Play, Spotify, Tunein or your phone. There are smart home tech features to pair it with too – so get those smart lights and thermostats told who’s boss. Even the basic features prove incredibly handy, such as adding items to shopping and to-do lists, or setting alarms – finally no more burnt pizza!
So how much is the Google Home? Most prices start around the $129/£129 mark, but retailers are slowly getting more competitive. We’re seeing more discounts nowadays, or bundles often including a Chromecast dongle for free. Expect plenty of competition from the Amazon Echo deals come Black Friday.
The best Google Home bundle prices:
We regularly spot bundles with some freebies to take advantage of too, so keep an eye on the section below too, just-in-case they’ve not appeared in our price comparison chart yet.
- Google Home + Chromecast £129 @ John Lewis
- Google Home + Chromecast £129 @ Currys
- Google Home + Chromecast £129 @ Argos
- Google Home $109.99 @ Verizon (USA)
Hey where are the US Google Home bundles you ask? It doesn’t look like any retailers are bothering right now, but keep us bookmarked and check back in later. On the plus side, you’re paying the equivalent of $35 less than the UK for a Google Home, which is about the price of a Chromecast anyways, so technically you’re not losing out on these Google Home prices.
What are Google Home bases?
The bottom part of the Google Home speaker can be swapped out for different ‘bases’ to replace the default grey one. They’re not cheap though and the official ones are only available from the Google Store at the time of writing.
Fabric bases are the cheapest at $20/£18 and come in Mango (orange), Marine (green) and Violet. Metal bases are $40/£36 and come in Carbon (black), Copper and Snow (slightly grey). We might just have to splash out for that Violet one though.