Get a Free Google Home Mini!

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Google Express is offering a free Google Home Mini to anyone who purchases $125 or more of items through their site. I personally love Google Express as it makes grocery shopping super easy and I am in need of another Google Home, so this is a perfect combo promotion for me! This offer is valid through June 5, 2018 and you must use promotion code FREEMINI at checkout. If you have no idea what Google Express is, read below (but I warn you, it is life changing!).

What is Google Express?

Google Express is an awesome service, run by Google obviously, where they will hand deliver or ship purchased items from participating stores. Some stores include Costco, Target, Kohl’s, Staples, Walgreens, Barnes & Nobles, Walmart, Whole Foods, etc. The exact stores depend on your location. I’ve personally been using Google Express for 4+ years and am obsessed with it! I started using it while living in NYC and am so happy that they expanded it where they now ship items from a central hub to allow those in the suburbs to take advantage. While living in NYC, I was able to place an order and typically receive the purchased items within a few hours. It came in very handy for my Costco and Target shopping purchases! Now, being in the suburbs of Boston, purchases typically take a few days to arrive at my doorstep, but at least I do not have to leave my house! I pretty much do all my non-perishable shopping on Google Express! Although you can also purchase a bunch of non-food related items as well! For some reason I typically just focus on food when shopping through the site.

With this service, you purchase your items directly through the Google Express site and you typically pay the exact price if you were to shop directly through that merchant. Although, over the past few months I have seen some pricing differences depending on the store, item, and location. It used to be that you were never overpaying for an item, but now it seems as though you still aren’t overpaying compared to the base price but maybe not getting the same sale price. Overall though, pricing is comparable and the convenience is great. Google Express also has amazing customer service where they’ve refunded several purchases that were not described properly or had an upcoming expiration date (and they let me keep the items).

New to Google Express?

New members can also receive a $10 credit if you sign up through a referral link (this is my referral, thank you in advance for using it, but feel free to leave yours in the comments section as well).

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Comments

  1. I find it interesting how companies use “free” to very effectively get their products into the hands of consumers. I’m just not willing to hand over all my data to Google and who knows who else. (I know, I can “turn the microphone off”, but I have no faith that will somehow protect my privacy)

    Reminds me of how free cigarettes in WWII turned a generation of GIs into smoking addicts.

    Thanks for the info, though, I always appreciate your posts and being informed of deals and such!

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