As promised, retailed across the web have continued to offer incredible deals this Black Friday and Cyber Monday weekend. If you’ve missed our other deal posts, you can catch them all here. Today, we’re highlighting the best smart speaker and headphone deals we’ve been able to spot from Best Buy, Amazon and Target which offer savings up to 54% on some of the best products that are currently available.
For easy reference, we’ve divided the products up by category so that you can quickly find the products you might be looking for. Let us know which of these you’re likely to pick up this weekend or if you happen to find a deal that we missed.
Smart Display Speakers
Google Home Hub – $99 (33% discount)
Lenovo Smart Display (8-inch) – $99.99 (50% discount)
Echo Show (2nd Gen) – $179.99 (22% discount)
Echo Dot (2nd Gen) – $19.99 (50% discount)
Echo Dot (3rd Gen) – $24.00 (52% discount)
Echo Dot (Kids Edition) – $49.99 (29% discount)
Echo (2nd Gen) – $69.00 (31% discount)
Echo Plus (2nd Gen) – $109.99 (33% discount)
Google Home – $79.99 (38% discount)
Google Home Mini – $24.99 (50% discount)
Google Home Max – $349.99 (12% discount)
Over-ear Wireless Headphones
Sony WH-CH700N Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphones – $99.99 (50% discount)
Sony 1000XM2 Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones – $199.99 (20% discount)
Bose SoundLink II Wireless headphones – $199 (29% discount)
Beats Solo3 Wireless Headphones – $179.99 (40% discount)
Wireless Sport Earphones
Google Pixel Buds – $109 (31% discount)
Jaybird X3 – $59.99 (54% discount)
Bose SoundSport Wireless Headphones
Bose SoundSport Free Truly Wireless Headphones – $169 (15% discounts)
Update 1: 2018/11/18 10:47am PST
Best Buy has brought this promo back. Although it looks like the retailer is temporarily out of stock and “getting more soon,” you can still place an order at
Update 2: 2018/11/24 1:51pm PST
If you’re looking for other options, B&H has it for just $100 as well, and they don’t charge tax outside NY/NJ. (Though you should remember, you may still be
Google Assistant smart displays are one of the most intriguing new product categories in recent years, but they aren’t that affordable. Read More[Update: B&H too] Lenovo Smart Display 8″ is half price ($100) at Best Buy in early Black Friday deal was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Google’s Home Hub and the Lenovo’s Smart Display might be the most popular Assistant-based smart displays this Black Friday — we figured the hardest decision people would have was between the two — but they’re not the only Assistant-game in town. JBL’s Link View is an option for those that prioritize audio over video. And if you want to pick one up for cheap, Verizon has it for just $150 right now. Read MoreJBL Link View smart display is just $150 at Verizon ($100 off) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Update 1: 2018/10/23 7:30am PDT
Google has reached out to let us know that the Home Hub supports “Duo audio calls, and there doesn’t have to have a camera on the other end.” We’ve reached back
When the Google Home Hub leaks first started, everyone was miffed by the absence of a front-facing camera for Duo calls. Later, with the device’s official announcement, those leaks were proven to be true, and Google explained that it chose to skip the cam for privacy reasons (though we all know the decision was more likely a matter of competitive pricing.) However, what we didn’t know was that the Home Hub would indeed support Duo calls, even without the camera. Read More[Update: Duo audio calls too] Google Home Hub supports Duo calls, but the recipient will only see your profile pic was written by the awesome team at Android Police.