Amazon Prime Day: Walmart's answer is these Google Home and Nest deals

Save money on Google Home speakers and Nest cameras – these deals are live now

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Amazon Prime Day 2019 is just around the corner and Amazon has gone on record to promise "incredible deals on Amazon devices – and the biggest Prime Day deals ever on Alexa-enabled devices".

That's great news if you're planning to buy an Amazon Echo, a Fire TV tablet, a Kindle e-reader or a Ring Video Doorbell, but it's also good news if your choice of smart home device is one powered by Google rather than Alexa.

That's because although you can't buy Google Home smart speakers on Amazon, a number of other retailers are responding to Prime Day with sales events of their own. Walmart is one such retailer – it'll be holding its sale on July 14 through July 17, but just as Amazon is starting to release Prime Day deals ahead of the Prime Day event, Walmart already has offers on a number of Google-powered products.

We've highlighted the best Walmart/Google pre-Prime Day deals below:

Google Home Mini, 2-Pack | List Price: $78.00 | Now: $49.00 (opens in new tab)

Google Smart Light Starter Kit – Google Home Mini and GE C-Life Smart Light Bulb | List Price: $55.00 | Now $31.00 (opens in new tab)

Google Nest Hub | List $149.00 | Now $79.00 (opens in new tab)

Google Home Max | List $399.00 | Now $249.00 (opens in new tab)

Google Nest Cam Indoor Security Cameras, 3-Pack | List $397.00 | Now $347.00 (opens in new tab)

Google Nest Cam Outdoor Security Camera | List $199.00 | Now $169.00 (opens in new tab)

Google Nest Hello Smart Wi-Fi Video Doorbell | List $229.00 | Now $189.00 (opens in new tab)

Google Nest Secure Alarm System Starter Pack | List $399.00 | Now $299.00 (opens in new tab)

Google Nest x Yale Lock | List $279.00 | Now $229.00 (opens in new tab)

Paul Douglas
Paul Douglas

Paul started his career in publishing 25 years ago, working on a print magazine that consisted mainly of website listings because Google had not yet been invented. He worked in print for over 10 years on various computing titles including .net magazine and the Official Windows Magazine before moving to in 2008, eventually becoming Global Editor-in-Chief for the brand, overseeing teams in the US, UK and Australia. Following that, Paul has been Global Editor-in-Chief of BikeRadar and T3 (not at the same time) and later Content Director working on T3, TechRadar and Tom's Guide. In 2021, Paul also worked on the launches of and PetsRadar. Paul is currently Global Digital Editorial Strategy Director at Future.