Google Home Now Available In-Store at Best Buy, Walmart, and Target

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Google Home, powered by Google Assistant, is now available in-store at many participating retailers. If you have a Best Buy, Target, or Walmart near your location, it’s likely that they have Google Home in stock, available for a purchase price of $129. 

From the links below, you can see if your local retailer has Google Home in stock, which they should. Now, go forth and get some of that sweet Google Assistant action in your home.

And yes, we have one in-house, so expect an unboxing and all of that to follow shortly.

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