Google is widely known on its way from being a tech company synonymous with search engine and the king of web to a big name in hardware industry. Many are now familiar with the Chromecast trademark; the digital media streaming dongle has been the Mountain View-based search giant’s Trojan horse into the entertainment room, selling millions of items. Now, there’s the Google Home smart speaker, a connected device that directly compete with Amazon’s very own Echo, as well the company’s new high-end flagship Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones.
All of these products are on sale for Black Friday 2016, and you can snag them up on steep discount from different major retailers. Verizon is the only wireless carrier that exclusively selling Pixel and Pixel XL in the United States, besides the Google Play Store. So Google’s Black Friday 2016 smartphone deals are contingent on joining Verizon’s network, or already being a part of it. For Google Home and Chromecast dongle, you’ll be able to shop around at a few different discount retailers.
- Google Home for $99 from Verizon (regularly $129)
- Google Home for $99 at Best Buy (regularly $129)
PIXEL AND PIXEL XL (VERIZON ONLY)
- Google Pixel or Pixel XL with 32GB of storage for $240 and Pixel or Pixel XL with 128GB of storage for $360 (The catch: you have to pay $649.99 up front; the difference will be deducted from your wireless bill month to month over the next two years)
- Get the Pixel 32GB for $10 a month or the Pixel 128GB for just $15 a month (valid only November 24th and November 25th)
- Save $200 on Pixel and Pixel XL when switching to Verizon or adding a line to an existing account (valid only
- November 24th to November 27th; valid for any Android smartphone priced $400 or higher)
- Save $100 on Pixel or Pixel XL when upgrading as a current customer (valid for any Android smartphone $400 or higher)
- Google Chromecast for $25 at Staples (regularly $35)
- Google Chromecast for $25 at Target (regularly $35)