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Best Google Nest smart speaker deals in September 2022

Here are the very best deals available on Google Nest smart speakers right now.

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Published: Friday, 2nd September 2022 at 4:42 pm

We're hunting down the very best deals on Google Home products for you to bag this month. There are savings to be made across retailers and products, so read on for the latest deals and advice.


If you are on the lookout for smart home tech, Google may well be the best provider right now. The brand has quickly become one of the biggest manufacturers of smart home gadgets, with its range of smart speakers and displays taking centre stage.

The Google Home range – also known as Nest – is made up of four devices: two smart speakers and two smart displays. The smallest and most affordable is the Nest Mini. At £49, it also happens to be its most popular smart speaker.

Google's second smart speaker is the Google Nest Audio. Priced at £89.99 (RRP), it is a bigger and more powerful smart speaker than the Google Nest Mini.

Finally, there's the two smart displays. The 2nd Gen Google Nest Hub (£89.99) is the more affordable option, with a seven-inch touchscreen alongside voice controls. The Google Nest Hub Max is the most expensive Google Home device, priced at £219 (RRP).

The popular smart speakers are sold at numerous retailers, so to help you find the best Google Home/Nest device deals, this page will round up the biggest savings for each model so you know you're getting the best price possible.

Want to know how Google devices compare to other smart speakers? Don’t miss our full Google Nest Mini vs Echo Dot guide, and why not check out what Amazon Echo deals are available now? Head over to our best streaming devices and best smart speaker round-ups for more recommendations about smart home technology.

Which Google speaker should you buy?

Choosing which Google smart speaker or display will largely depend on your budget and whether you are a visual person. If you like the idea of using your new smart display to follow recipes hands-free or watch Netflix while you cook, choosing either the Google Nest Hub or Google Nest Hub Max is probably a good idea.

If you have a compatible smart home camera or doorbell this could also be beneficial, as you will be able to watch camera footage or answer the door without moving away from the display. The Google Nest Hub is considerably more affordable, but some may prefer the Hub Max's bigger 10-inch screen.

Both the Google Nest Mini and Google Nest Audio are brilliant choices if you're more likely to use a smart speaker to play music or take advantage of the hands-free reminders, alarms or news and weather updates.

Music lovers may prefer the bigger Google Nest Audio with its 75mm woofer and 19mm tweeter that provide considerable bass. But for its size, the Google Nest Mini has good volume and is a top option for anyone on a budget or with limited space.

Best Google Home deals in September 2022

Google Nest Mini | £49 £24 (save £25)

Google Nest Mini deals

The Google Nest Mini is the brand's most popular smart speaker. When testing out for our Google Nest Mini review, we found it to be a great option for casual everyday use especially if you have a limited budget thanks to that sub-£50 price point.

Buy the Google Nest Mini for £24 at Currys

Google Nest Audio | £89.99 £64.99 (save £25)

Google Nest Audio deals

The Nest Audio is the brand's newest smart speaker. Its features include hands-free calls, news updates from Google Assistant and powerful bass from a 75mm woofer and 19mm tweeter. Read our Google Nest Audio review to find out how the speaker's specs perform, and how it compares to the similarly priced Amazon Echo.

Google Nest Hub (2nd Gen) | £89.99 £44.99 (save £45)

Google Nest Hub 2
Credit: Google

The latest Google Nest Hub (2nd Gen) looks very similar to its now-discontinued predecessor. However, there are a couple of additions worth noting including 50% more bass and a new sleep tracker function that monitors motion and sound in the night. There's no front camera for privacy but it still has a 7-inch touchscreen.

Google Nest Hub Max | £219 £169 (save £50)

Google Nest Hub Max

The 10-inch screen of the Google Nest Hub Max offers a fantastic way to display family photos, make video calls, watch YouTube videos and set reminders. Choosing a smart display over a speaker also means that you can take advantage of Nest Cam features that allow you to do things like see who is at your front door.

Google Nest alternatives

Google now offers an expansive range of smart speakers and displays but big brands such as Amazon and Apple also have their own ranges. If you don't yet own a smart speaker, or don't get along with the one you currently own, it could be good to consider these alternatives.

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Amazon Echo

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At the end of 2020, the Amazon Echo and Echo Dot were given a makeover. While both fourth-gen smart speakers got a new spherical design and LED ring light, the bigger one has a built-in hub to give you better control over your other smart home devices and can be connected with other Echo smart speakers to create a multi-room system. To find out more about the new Echo range, check out our Amazon Echo Dot review.

Apple HomePod mini

Powered by Siri, the HomePod mini is Apple's answer to the Amazon Echo. Available in two colours, the smart speaker has seven built-in speakers and a subwoofer.


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