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Google Home Mini is free on eBay when you purchase $119 worth of stuff

2 monthes ago   |   By TechRadar

Google Home Mini is free with any purchase of $119 and above on eBay right now. You pay exactly $0 for the petite smart speaker, which is far less than its regular retail price of $49. All you need to do to score a freebie is add a Google Home Mini to your cart via the official Google Store page , according to The Verge. Then, at checkout, enter promo code PMINI4FREE. You'll need to have $119 worth of goods without factoring the cost of the Google Home Mini to get the deal. eBay has a ton of deals going on in advance of Amazon Prime Day 2018 , many for $119. eBay's Summer Sale is likely in...
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Get a free Google Home Mini when you spend $119 on eBay - CNET

Get a free Google Home Mini when you spend $119 on eBay - CNET

2 monthes ago   |   By CNET

Doesn't matter what else you're buying. As long as your cart total is at least $119, the smart speaker is yours.
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