Here are Google Play's Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals

Joanna Estrada
November 24, 2017

Black Friday and Cyber Monday are fast approaching, and Google wants you to know that it prepared various deals for shoppers looking for Google-made hardware. In a post over the Google Blog, the company details all of the Google Play sales and offers, including those on games, music, and movies.

Start with games, Google promises up to 80% off on some of the few Android titles that are actually pay-to-play. The top picks include Mini Metro for $0.99, the original Monument Valley for $1.29, Call of Duty: Black Ops Zombies for only $2.99, and LEGO Jurassic World is just $0.99.

Both the Chromecast and Chromecast Audio will be discounted from $35 to $25 in the Google Store, with Walmart and Best Buy offering the best deal at $20 for the regular Chromecast dongle. There are also in-app discounts for Gardenscapes and Homescapes. Multi-calendar support also isn't going to be the last feature that gets added to the Google Home speakers either as Google and other companies will surely be coming out with new functions eventually. We don't hear much from Google Play Music these days, but Google is bringing it back into the publiceye by handing out free four-month subscriptions to the service. There are more deals like that dotted around the Play Store.

A seller by the name "yapper_wireless" on eBay is selling brand-new Google Home units for $79, which isn't a bad deal.

If you're anxious whether a smart assistant speaker is right for you then the cheap Google Home Mini is a small risk at just £34 - a saving of £15.

Even still, expect to find price cuts for the Google Home lineup, in addition to the Chromecast. But on Black Friday, you'll be able to snag one for $25 at Google, Best Buy, and Target.

However, if you're an Android user who frequents the Google Play Store, there will be plenty of deals to partake in. Omnibus comics such as Batman, Thor, and Flashpoint can also be found for $5 or less, but only on November 25th.

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