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If you’ve been on the fence about getting a Google Home, the company has an interesting promotion that might entice you to finally pull the trigger: depending on where you buy your Google Home, you could get a free Chromecast or Chromecast alongside it.
So how does it work? When you purchase your Google Home directly from Google, or from Best Buy, Walmart, B&H, or Target, you can add either a Chromecast or Chromecast Audio to your cart and you’ll get the $35 device for free. The Google Home itself costs $129.
This offer expires on March 18 while devices last, so you still have time but you’ll want to make a decision sooner rather than later while you still can.
If you’re trying to decide between a Chromecast or Chromecast Audio, know that some of the basic features of the Chromecast Audio can be replicated, albeit not identically, on the Chromecast.
Google is trying to encourage users to take advantage of the devices ability to talk to each other. You can use voice commands on the Google Home to play YouTube videos, Netflix movies, and view Google Photos on your Chromecast-enabled TV. You can also play music on your Chromecast audio using voice commands to the Google Home.
What do you think? Is the deal worth getting the $129 Google Home? Let us know in the comments.