Black Friday deals on Google products are happening all over the web, including at Google’s online storefront. Regardless of where you shop, be it Best Buy, Amazon, B&H Photo, or Walmart, the discounts cover almost its entire range of products, including the Pixel 4, Stadia, Nest Wifi, Nest Mini, other Nest products, and more. One of the better deals we’ve seen recently is a big price drop on the Google Pixel Slate Chrome OS tablet bundled with a keyboard at Amazon and Best Buy.
Pixel 4 deals are now live
Google’s Pixel 4 is $200 off, priced at $599 for the 64GB version and $699 for the 128GB version. Applying this discount to the Pixel 4 XL makes it $699 for the base 64GB version and $799 for the model with 128GB of storage. This deal concludes at the end of Cyber Monday, which takes place on December 2nd.
Best Buy also announced that it will discount the Pixel 4 by $400 if you activate it with a carrier, but that deal won’t begin until November 28th.
The Pixel Slate is up to $650 off
At the Google Store, you can get $350 off of the entry level Pixel Slate, Google’s Chrome OS tablet, and it comes with a free Pixelbook Pen and a Pixel Slate Keyboard. This is the cost for the model with an 8th Gen Intel Core m3 processor, 8GB RAM, 64 GB storage. The same deal is available at Best Buy and B&H Photo. Amazon is offering a similar deal, minus the stylus. The upgraded Pixel Slate with the Intel Core i5 CPU, 8GB RAM, 128 GB storage is available for $649 ($600 off) from
Amazon (no pen), Best Buy and B&H Photo.
Pixel 3A deals are live
Google’s Pixel 3A and 3A XL are each $100 off their usual prices at Best Buy, Google Store, Amazon, and B&H Photo.
This sale brings the starting price for the Pixel 3A down to $299.99. For the Pixel 3A XL, with its bigger screen and battery, you’re looking at a starting price of $379. These phones are commonly $50 off their retail prices, and the best deal before this was when they launched in May; several retailers included $100 gift cards with purchase, but the actual price of the phones didn’t change.
The new Stadia Premiere Edition will come bundled with Nest Wifi (three-pack; one router, two points) for $398. Normally, the Nest Wifi three-pack costs $349, so adding on this Stadia package that includes a controller and a Chromecast Ultra is a good deal if you’re in for the investment.
If you’re only looking for a single Google Nest Wifi router, those will be $20 off, down to $149. Another Nest Wifi deal will be a $40 discount on the Nest Wifi router and point bundle. It usually costs $269, but you’ll be able to pick it up for $229.
The Nest Hub smart display will be $79, which is a $50 discount off of its retail price. Granted, it doesn’t usually cost that much; $99 is a normal price to pay for this product. If you’re looking for the bigger Nest Hub Max that has a camera, Google is knocking $30 off of that, bringing it down to $199. This is the first official price cut we’ve seen for the Nest Hub Max.
The new Google Nest Mini smart speaker will be almost half-off of its usual $49 price. That makes it $29, which is a nice price for this wall-mountable speaker. Other smart speaker discounts include the Google Home going down to $49, its lowest price.
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