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Get a Free Google Home Mini with a $125+ Google Express Order

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Written by Charlie

Next time you order things for your home, technology, or even things that come from Walmart, Target, and more, you could get a free Google Home Mini! Find out the details and the code you need to get this.

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In a followup to last week’s deal of getting a free Google Home Mini when spending $150 or more on eBay, Google is offering a free Google Home Mini through Google Express.

Get a Free Google Home Mini with a $125 + Google Express Order

Link: Free Google Home Mini

If you are not familiar with Google Express, it is a Google website which allows you to place orders from every day retailers and brick-and-mortar stores through the Google Express website. For example, you can even order things like food products from Target through Google Express – as well as tech, housing products, and much more!

Now, you can place an order of $125 or more through Google Express and get a free Google Home Mini. These retail for $49 (though you can typically find them for less than $30 with some deal stacking) and they really work quite well! We have a few of them set up in a connected configuration in various rooms to play the same music.

Free Google Home Mini Details:

  • This deal is available from May 22–June 5, or while supplies last
  • Limited to one free Google Home Mini per person
  • Your order can include items from multiple stores
  • Your order must total at least $125, before tax
  • Shipping & service fees may apply if you don’t meet the per-store minimum, when applicable
  • The Google Home Mini is sent separately, about 4 weeks after placing your order
  • The offer can’t be combined with other promotions
  • Use code FREEMINI in the promo field at checkout

How is the Google Home Mini?

The Google Home Mini also works great with the Google Assistant. The Google Assistant is getting smarter and smarter and will even eventually have the capability to do things like call airlines to change flights, cancel flights, and much more!

It makes sense that Google wants to get their Google Assistant in as many homes as possible because it helps Google Assistant become more powerful as more people rely on it and its tasks expand by learning.

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About the author

Charlie

Charlie has been an avid traveler and runner for many years. He has run in marathons around the world for less than it would cost to travel to the next town - all as a result of collecting and using miles and points. Over the years, he has flown hundreds of thousands of miles and collected millions of miles and points.
Now he uses this experience and knowledge to help others through Running with Miles.

2 Comments

    • There is switch to shut off the microphone so it is not listening for the Google commands. This works as a great speaker regardless, especially if you want a cheap way to link up multiple rooms in a speaker system without running cables

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