Google Store Has a Few Deals for Father's Day, $50 Off Nexus 6P and $5 Off Chromecast to Name a Few

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As I mentioned in a previous post, all fathers everywhere are tech nerds. At least, that’s the way companies who sell tech products make it seem. If your papa does indeed enjoy himself smartphones, tablets, or is in need of a new Chromecast HDMI dongle, Google is hosting a few special Father’s Day prices to spoil your old man with. 

The deals, from what Google lists, include $50 off of a Nexus 6P ($449), $5 off a Chromecast ($30), $5 off Google Keyboard ($10), $5 off Chromecast Audio ($30), $30 off an Acer Chromebook R 11 ($250), and $20 off an OnHub WiFi router ($179). That’s a lot of deals.

To look over everything Google is offering for Father’s Day, follow the link below.

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